Bastianos Froggies Lembeh
Our operation in Lembeh was started 2006 and at the early 2022 we are re-locating to a new location that is formerly Froggies Diver Lembeh (click here for our re-locating announcement) – on the west coast of Lembeh Island – overlooking the strait. Accommodation at Bastianos Froggies Lembeh are in traditional wooden cottages with western style bathroom and hot water.
Superior Beachfront / Hillside
There are 5 Superior Beachfront and 7 Superior Hillside rooms with AC available and they are wooden accommodation with a private verandah and an en-suite bathroom consisting of a shower, with hot water and western-style toilet.
We have 4 Standard Hillside rooms with AC available and they are 2 rooms under 1 bungalow roof and we have 2 of them. Each room have an en-suite bathroom consisting of a shower, with hot water and western-style toilet.
Resort Fact Sheet
5 Superior Beachfront
7 Superior Hillside
3 Standard Hillside
Restaurant for up to 40 people
Swimming Pool (under construction)
Dive Center : Bastianos Divers
Marine Life Library
24 hours electricity (220V) & security
FREE WiFi Hot Spot around lobby and restaurant area
Traditional Massage Service
Diving Along Lembeh Strait
Dive with Bastianos Divers
The team of Bastianos Divers at Lembeh are professional staff with many years experienced diving in the area. We are proud that all of our dive guides are locals from Manado and surrounding area know the diving conditions very well. All of them are talented people with outstanding skill in spotting critters with their “magic eyes”.
Dive Center Fact Sheet
2 Compressors run by electric powers
3 modern built diving boats
A dedicated camera room for divers to keep and stored their underwater camera or housing, working table for assemble before and after dive, to be use as recharging station for digital compact cameras or sports cameras
Drying room for stored your wet equipment after our staff rinse them for you
1st aid oxygene in every dive boats and one stored in our dive shop at the resort
Local dive guides and all of them have a natural behave as spotters underwater to show you some marine life that you would probably not aware of it