Gangga Island Resort & Spa

This exotic resort, built under shady palms and surrounded by tropical gardens running directly down to a beach of pure white sand, is located on the tip of the small island of Gangga - from Manado International Airport only one hour by car then 1/2 hour by boat.

The restaurants and bars featuring International and Indonesian Cuisine, boutique, PADI diving centre, and the Pasung SPA, combines rare therapies from the Minahasa families on Gangga Island and traditional Indonesian Aromatherapy all insure a memorable stay at Gangga Island Resort.

Gangga is the ideal starting point for diving the Bunaken Marine Park, Bangka or Lembeh Strait. During your stay, you will have the opportunity to discover the marvelous underwater world and see the astonishingly rich variety of flora and fauna, which enthusiasts and scientists from all around the world come here to study.



Boat Description:

We dive from our traditional Gangga boats. Our boats carry comfortably a maximum of 12 divers. Our diving groups are a maximum of 4 divers to one guide.

Our boat Cristina, is equipped to bring guests snorkeling around the nearby islands where non divers will have an unforgettable experience.

Sites Visited:

Gangga Island Resort is perfectly situated, with more than 25 world class diving locations; the island offers a wonderful variety of marine life.



On-board Odyssea I in North Sulawesi On-board Odyssea I in North Sulawesi
Friends and colleagues envied us for going diving in North Sulawesi, but let me tell you: 11 days with Bob Whorton on a boat is hard work. Especially when he convinces you that visiting a karaoke bar in the midst of the city of Bitung, Sulawesi is a great idea.
Selayar - a remote diving paradise in Sulawesi Selayar - a remote diving paradise in Sulawesi
Selayar is a hidden paradise for divers, located off the southern end of Sulawesi, Indonesia.
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P.O. Box. 1734,
Manado, Sulawesi, Indonesia
+62 824313809
+62 (0) 431 889 4009
+62 811 439 229
Last Updated

2012-10-13 09:00:00

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