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We had visited 6 years ago. They have added a pool since we have been there. We spent 8 days there and loved every minute. The staff is great and well trained. I have stayed in several other dive retreats in Indonesia and this is...More
Recently stayed at the lovely resort of Black Sands Dive Retreat & highly recommend it to any of the serious muck divers of Lembeh!
Sitting atop a tiny hill in a quaint, tiny village, this ex-coconut plantation has been lovingly converted into a boutique, lush...More
Just returned from a second visit to this "hidden gem". The resort is a beautiful setting, natural and peaceful. The bungalows are well-equipped, spotless, quiet and wonderful out-door showers (enclosed of course!) Food is plentiful, excellent, and appeals to all appetites. Muck diving is second...More
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Response from Bruce M, General Manager at Black Sand Dive RetreatResponded 20 May 2017
Thank you so much for the positive review. We're glad that you finally made it to us after weather delays in Canada. We certainly appreciate your support. The wi-fi should have been working in your room; the repeater which didn't function for you will be...More
I really loved everything about my week long stay here.
Everything worked like clockwork from pick up at the airport till my return seven days later. The owner , Bruce, and the staff are kind and friendly and charming.
The lodge is exquisite , the...More
Management response:Responded 6 April 2017
We are always gratified to have guests enjoy themselves as thoroughly as you. Trying to improve our services and menu is constant, which requires guest feedback, so thank you for your kind review. We are looking forward to your return.
We had an amazing holiday at the Black Sands. The diving was superb, we saw everything from the Mototi octopus, flamboyant cuttlefish, squid mating, loads of cool nudibranches and shrimps (some undefined species), eels, ambon scorpionfish and many frogfish of different sizes.. the list goes...More