Lembongan island, this island is famous for the mola mola or oceanic sunfish as it is also known is the heaviest bony fish in the world, which is not surprising considering that their average weight is 1000kg and one particular 3.1m long. Normally these fish are found in oceanic waters, but they come closer to shore from as early as July until the beginning of November in Bali and are seen at a number of dive sites around Nusa Lembongan and Penida, often daily. Jack Point, Mangroves or Sakenan, and Malibu point as it is often called, is located on the North-East side of Nusa Lembongan. This reef is famous for its variety of reef life and is a great dive for beginners and more advanced divers alike. n this dive site around Lembongan Island you will find strong currents, schools of black sting rays, bull rays.