Eco Divers

Name
Jim Yanny
Location:
PO Box 1618 ,
Manado 95016, North Sulawesi, Indonesia
Contact:
(62-431) 826833
Contact:
(62-431) 822340
Fax:
(39-02) 700513364
Last Updated

2012-10-13 09:00:00

Eco Divers

Exotic islands, pristine reefs, friendly people, personal service, rare species...

Welcome to North Sulawesi, home to countless colourful and rare marine creatures. Visit over 100 uncrowded sites, dive in warm waters on precipitous walls, explore the best muck diving in the world and discover a huge variety of camouflaged critters.

Dive with Eco Divers and experience the highest level of service and attention on-board our high quality boats. Stay in two fine resorts: Minahasa Lagoon Resort in Manado and Eco Divers Resort Lembeh.

We guarantee you a low guest-to-guide ratio, qualified PADI Divemasters, safety and comfort facilities, specialist photography services and as much amazing diving as you could wish for. Eco Divers is a proud member of the North Sulawesi Watersports Association and is committed to the preservation of our fragile coral reefs.

Affiliation:

PADI

Training Level:

All courses to Dive Master

Boat Description:

Eco Divers Manado,Minahasa Lagoon: Three boats, All are fitted with a wide range of safety and comfort features, including: Shaded salon Seated dive deck (with 'Roll Control' tank rack system) sundeck Bathroom with flushing environmental toilet (macerator/holding tank) dive ladders. Our guest-to-guide ratio on all boats is just 4:1. Eco Divers Resort Lembeh. Diving at Eco Divers Resort Lembeh is a hugely pleasurable experience, as we guarantee a maximum group size of just 4 guests to each guide. We can reach all dive sites in no more than 10 minutes. It also means that you will come back to the resort between dives and have plenty of time to rest, relax, eat, sleep, swim in the pool, change lens on your camera - whatever you decide you want to do.

Sites Visited:

A dominating volcanic landscape creates a unique backdrop for you to discover North Sulawesi, one of the world's best yet least known dive destinations. The year-round diving here is all about amazing variety and exotic surroundings. The deep seas give excellent average visibility (25m). They are also home to many unusual species, for example the prehistoric fish "coelacanth" as well as some household names: reef-shark, turtles, eagle rays, napoleon wrasse, even dugong and orca! The majority of sites are conveniently accessed within one hour from your hotel and yet North Sulawesi's remote location means that the sites are never crowded with other divers.

Manado's Bunaken National Park and the Lembeh Strait are the Epicentre of Marine Biodiversity on the Planet and home to countless colourful and rare marine creatures. Visit over 100 uncrowded sites, dive in warm waters on precipitous walls, explore the best muck diving in the world and discover a huge variety of camouflaged critters.

Lembeh dive sites are arguably the best critter or "muck" diving on the planet and a mecca for macro underwater photographers, whilst Manado offers the best in reef & wall diving! Combine the two and dive the best of both worlds!

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Name
Jim Yanny
Location:
PO Box 1618 ,
Manado 95016, North Sulawesi, Indonesia
Contact:
(62-431) 826833
Contact:
(62-431) 822340
Fax:
(39-02) 700513364
Last Updated

2012-10-13 09:00:00

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