Lembongan is surrounded by a spectacularly colourful coral reef. You can snorkel from drifting charter boats or Scuba dive on the island. The channel between Lembongan and Penida Islands is a renowned breeding ground for Giant Sunfish, or Mola Mola as they are sometimes called.Divers come from all over the world to witness this marvel of nature
Go snorkeling to explore and discover the fascinating under water world at Lembongan Island and surrounding Ceningan and Penida Islands.
Walking or cycling tours start from our resort to visit the local people in Jungut Batu and Lembongan villages.There is an interesting Goa Sigala-gala (Underground house) about 20 minutes walking from Lembongan Village. A unique attraction.
Spearfishing or tackle fishing can be organised by talking to the boat captains on the beach. You can decide where to go, or they will recommend the best spots, depending on the time of year and ocean tides. All equipment can be supplied.
Overlooking 3 world class surf breaks With prevailing light off shore breezes, Lembongan Bay is home to a number of famous surf breaks.
A left and right peak wave with fifty metre rides, particularly good when over head high and ideal for longboards and beginners.
Although a left and right reef break, it is better known for it's fast and generally right hander. Gets very hollow when the tide is right. A shortboarders heaven.
A classic right hander with a beautiful long wall which can get quite hollow in the right tide. Excellent when overhead. For advanced surfers.
Located on Cenigan Island, Secret Bay is a thirty minute motor bike ride away. A left hand point break, which picks up swell when nothing else is breaking.