North Sulawesi as a tourist destination is almost exclusively visited by divers, and with good reason: it is one of the richest and most bio-diverse reef systems on this planet.
Bunaken National Park alone is home to over 60 different coral species and subspecies, and about 2000 species of fish, not even counting the endemic species in the Bangka archipelago and Lembeh Strait.
With a tidal range of about 2.2m, you’ll be doing mostly slow or moderate drift dives. With water temperatures between 27 and 29 degrees Celsius a 3mm wetsuit or shorty or full suit is more than adequate.
Do you have special dive or snorkel wishes? Are you a photographer or interested in a specific marine species? Just ask!
Hire your personal photo dive guide, who will make photos of you and your buddy, perfect to show those at home.
Our PADI instructors are qualified to conduct most PADI programs and our staff communicate in English, Dutch, German, French and Indonesian.
|Flexible diving schedules||Staff to be notified one day before|
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Sunset & night dives on request
Towels and drinking water on board
On-board lunch when doing 3 dives a day
PADI Dive Master and Instructor guides
4 divers max per guide
Camera room with AC
Nitrox available on request
Full rental equipment available
Equipment care-and-carry service
Dive log sheet upon check-out
The quality of our PADI dive courses is legendary. We don't take shortcuts and your safety and comfort is of major importance to us. Check out our Dive courses and the E-learning options for your next trip. We are 100% AWARE of our dive environment and donate to Project AWARE for every license we issue, gaining you a special license card.