||One of the main attractions at Lembongan Island is the common encounters with the curious and otherwise very rare oceanic sunfish or mola mola. Sunfish are pelagic fish growing two metres long. They are found in tropical and temperate waters, feeding off large plankton and jellyfish. Occasional Manta rays and schools of chevron Barracuda barrel sponges and Gorgonians can be seen in the deeper waters. With the reef extending up to within five metres of the surface your safety stop will allow time to spot Moray eels, Titan triggerfish and the brilliantly coloured emporer Angelfish, white-tip and black-tip reef sharks.