Angel's Window Dive Site
Angel's Window is a stunning dive site found in north Lembeh. It's part of the Lembeh Strait, an area renowned in the diving community for the quality of its macro diving and abundance of tiny critters.
Angel's Window is hugely popular, not only for its wide variety of marine creatures but for its unique underwater topography and namesake - Angel's Window. The 'window' is an extremely photogenic spot, with a fun coral-encrusted swim-through framed against an inky blue backdrop.
Thanks to its location, the site is inundated with interesting creatures, ranging from bizarre-looking clown frogfish to majestic eagle rays. However, one of the main draws of diving in Angel's window is the presence of Bargibanti Pygmy Seahorses roughly 30 metres below the surface. Divers have also been known to spot Pontohi Pygmy Seahorses if they're extremely lucky.
If diving in Angel's Window sounds like the perfect addition to your next diving holiday, get in touch with our Original Diving team to discuss creating a custom itinerary.