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Freediving Introductions available in March-half April 2016
Learn to hold your breath and dive down deeper! Try out Freediving, just a half day session.
Visa-Free facilities for citizens of several countries
New for citizens from 30 more countries -next to the 15 already granted this- is the Visa-Free, a free/gratis entry in Indonesia, but only available at appointed arrival & exit points: airports Medan, Jakarta, Bali, Batam, Surabaya, valid for 30 days, non extendable.
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2014 FREEDIVING SPRING SPECIAL
Next to the spectacular scuba diving, Lumba Lumba Diving Centre is offering freediving introductions, and 1, 2, 3 AND 4* AIDA Courses
Surprise yourself what depths you can reach on a single breath, just helped by the proper coaching!
Please Email for Dates and Details.
The morning of the 5th of December we spotted a Whale Shark on Batee Tokong!
Lumba Lumba Celebrates 15th Birthday!
Today, July 15, is Lumba Lumba’s 15th birthday! 15 years ago it all started with a small shop on Gapang Beach (right where now DangDangNa is). We celebrated with a family dinner for all our staff & guests, cake included!
Hyperbaric Chamber Opens in Sabang
A Hyperbaric (decompression) Chamber opened in Sabang (the ‘capital’ of Pulau Weh) this month.
Dolphin in Distress on Gapang
We were called to the beach to find a dolphin in distress with a huge crowd of people around trying to see it. The poor animal kept trying to beach itself, so some people tried redirecting it in the water.
Rare Megamouth Shark at the Sophie Rickmers
A 2 meter long Megamouth Shark came checking Aris and his buddy Suzanne out on 48m during their deep dive on the Sophie Rickmers wreck!!
7 Weeks after the Tsunami: There are quite some projects going on
Seven weeks after the tsunami there are quite a few projects going on in the dive shop, on gapang beach and the surrounding villages.
Tsunami damage on Pulau Weh
Firstly we want to let you know that ALL people in Iboih village, Iboih Beach and Gapang Beach survived the earthquake and tsunami.
Tsunami is just pulling back
Measured from the beach the water rose about 6-7 meter high. It reached all the way up till the bathroom windows on the SECOND FLOOR.
Megamouth Shark washed ashore on Gapang Beach
A species of the rare Megamouth Shark was washed ashore today on Gapang Beach!