NAD Resort & Dive Center

Brand New Resort With Amazing Opening Rates…
Set in a quiet bay on Lembeh Island, NAD Resort & Dive Center is a great new option for Lembeh Strait diving and has fantastic rates during their soft opening period.

Rooms: 11
Diving in: Lembeh Strait
Dive type: Boat & beach dives
Divers: Max. 22

The friendly management team offers personalised diving itineraries, customised for each customer’s requirements and in small groups, all at your own pace. The resort is unpretentious but cosy and comfortable – no military-style diving schedules here but a relaxed, easy atmosphere from which to enjoy the amazing dive sites of the Lembeh Strait.

The resort is easy to get to, being only a 15 minute boat ride from the arrivals pier over on the mainland. The dive sites too are only a few minutes away from the resort, so you can be gazing at stargazers, mimicking octopus and gawping at the jawfish, just

Rooms, Beds, Bathrooms, Views…
There are ten simple but charming rooms set in a curve around the garden, and one Deluxe double bed bungalow with Balinese style open-air bathroom and veranda with a beautiful seaview. All the rooms have views of the bay and the distant mountains. Each room has a large glass façade meaning the rooms are light and open to the vista across the Lembeh Strait.

The rooms all feature unique hand-made furnishings and decorations, and have en-suite bathrooms all painted by the loving hand of the management. With a jungle backdrop you can fall asleep to the sound of the resident tarsiers.

The Deluxe rooms and bungalow have air-conditioning and fans, the Superior (standard) rooms have only ceiling fans.

All the rooms and bungalow have:

  • Air-conditioning or fan cooling
  • Private bathroom with indoor hot water shower
  • Towels and toiletries
  • Seaview and gardenviews
  • Mosquito nets
  • Bedside lights
  • Round two-pin power sockets (adaptors available)
  • Cabinet
Diving Details…
Nomad’s run dive trips throughout the Lembeh Strait and around the island so you can see all the area’s muck diving as well as its coral reefs and wrecks.

Enriched air nitrox (EANx), small groups and good guides help make Lembeh Strait diving with Nomads a great experience.

The dive boats feature:

  • 9m fibreglass hull with 2 x 40 HP engines
  • Shaded area with entry & exit ladders
  • Dive guide
  • Maximum of 8 divers per boat
  • Towels
  • Coffee or tea
  • First aid kit, oxygen and cellphone

The dive boat usually leaves at 8.30 hrs for two dives, and returns for lunch at 13.30 or 14.00 hrs. There is an afternoon dive at 15.00 or 15.30 hrs, a dusk dive for Mandarinfish at 17.00 hrs, and a night dive at 18.00-18.30 hrs, depending on the number of divers. Boat journey time is 2-25 mins.

The dive station has a large kit up and dive briefing area, rinse tanks and a camera room with charging and cleaning facilities. The resort staff will conduct all equipment handling and rinsing for you.

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