Solitude Lembeh Resort

Nestled in the enchanting terrain of North Sulawesi, Indonesia, rests the remarkable Solitude Lembeh Resort, celebrated globally for its extraordinary muck dives and abundant rare macro critters.

Expert dive guides assist guests in discovering and capturing these astounding underwater marvels. Encompassing over half a hectare, this retreat holds a cherished history of enduring values and cherished friendships, distinguishing it as an unmatched destination.

Accommodations, including two (2) Seafront Villas, eight (8) Garden Villas, and seven (7) Deluxe Rooms, offer thoughtful designs for an authentic and comfortable stay. Infusing traditional Indonesian architecture with modern comforts, each villa fosters a welcoming ambience for relaxation, making it a prime choice for those looking for a dive resort with luxurious villa options.

Prioritising tranquillity and renewal, the resort serves as a sanctuary for guests seeking rejuvenation. The dedicated Solitude team ensures an unforgettable experience, crafting cherished memories that linger for a lifetime.

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Solitude Lembeh Resort offers seventeen (17) rooms exquisitely adorned with a traditional Minahasan ambiance. Embracing spaciousness, each room presents stunning vistas of our meticulously tended garden or provides direct scenic overlooks of the Strait leading to Lembeh Island. Experience tranquility and natural beauty from the comfort of your room, immersing yourself in the captivating surroundings that define the essence of Solitude Lembeh Resort.

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At our resort, we consider the dining experience a pivotal part of your vacation. With our friendliness at heart, our staff at Tembaga Restaurant & Bar ensure a delightful dining experience that complements your Lembeh adventures.

Indonesian cuisine, renowned globally for its fragrant spices and herbs, holds a special place in our hearts. Lembeh’s climate favors the cultivation of our spices like ginger, turmeric, lemongrass, and others. To cater to those craving a bit of spice, we offer an array of homemade sambals to elevate your dishes as condiments at our Tembaga Restaurant & Bar.

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Lembeh Strait stands among the world’s renowned dive sites, a must-see in Indonesia. It evolved into a haven for underwater photographers drawn to its abundant critters, showcasing why our resort is a top destination for underwater photography enthusiasts. Divers frequent Lembeh seeking rare creatures like the elusive hairy octopus, rarely spotted elsewhere. Its allure as a hotspot for unique marine life makes it an essential destination for diving enthusiasts visiting Indonesia. For those interested in improving their underwater photography skills, ourphoto pro sessions offer expert guidance to elevate your craft. Dive into the wonders of diving in Lembeh with us!

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Welcoming guests with 17 spacious and beautifully adorned villas and rooms, the resort boasts a traditional Minahasan aesthetic. Offering three distinct accommodation options—Garden-View (8 with partial sea views), 2 seafront villas, and 7 deluxe rooms (6 with partial sea views)—ranging from 35 to 70 square meters. These accommodations are thoughtfully designed, ensuring accessibility for wheelchair users. Guests can also indulge in relaxation amid central gardens and an inviting infinity-edge pool.

Breathtaking seafront villas nestled along the coastline
2 Villas

Sea View Villa

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Garden Villas surrounded by lush green garden
8 Villas

Garden View Villas

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The primary colonial structure housing the Deluxe Rooms.
7 Units

Deluxe Rooms

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Pool deck at Solitude Lembeh Resort surrounded by lush greenery with ocean view

Tembaga Restaurant & Bar


We consider the dining experience as integral to a memorable vacation. Indonesian cuisine, cherished worldwide for its aromatic spices and herbs, thrives in Lembeh’s ideal climate, allowing us to cultivate our own ginger, turmeric, lemongrass, and other flavourful spices.

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Nudibranch, Shaun the Sheep, photographed underwater in Lembeh Strait

Lembeh Diving


Lembeh Strait stands out as a renowned diving spot globally, an essential destination for anyone exploring Indonesia. Over the years, Lembeh has emerged as a hub for underwater photographers, drawn by the abundance of unique critters inhabiting these waters.

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Because of the 24h before flight no diving procedure many of our guests choose the last day as a perfect opportunity to book one of our land tours. The 2 favourited are our Minahasa Highland Tour where you can see many volcanoes or our Tangkoko National Park Tour with the smallest monkeys on earth.

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Clownfish swimming amidst anemone Clownfish swimming amidst anemone tentaclesin Lembeh Strait, showcasing vibrant marine life

Underwater Photography


We understand the passion you have for your photography journey. This is why we strive to provide unparalleled support to help you capture every moment with precision and creativity.

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