Bunaken SeaGarden Resort

Name
Sonya and Harrie
Location:
Pangalisang Beach,
Bunaken Island, North Sulawesi, Indonesia
Mobile:
+6281244738802
Last Updated

2012-10-13 09:00:00

Bunaken SeaGarden Resort

On a beautiful location at Pangalisang beach you will find the Bunaken SeaGarden resort. Spacey cottages build in a traditional indonesian style with a nice veranda and a modern western bathroom with shower(not heated. All cottages have a fan, mosquito net, drink water dispenser and good furniture.

The SeaGarden resort has a beautiful view on the mangrove beach and the open sea. The high tide creates a long natural swimming pool along the resort and at low tide a shady and sandy beach appears, a perfect place to relax.

Sonya manages the resort and she and her staff will look after all your needs as good as they can. Together they will make your stay at this cosy dive resort a very pleasant one. Boatdiving, Padi courses, snorkeling.

Affiliation:

PADI

Training Level:

on request

Boat Description:

Good equiped boats for small or big groups. Groups can have their own boat and make their own diveplan.

Sites Visited:

The Manado dive area and Bunaken Marine Park are among the highlights of Indonesia scuba diving and have earned plaudits throughout the world. You can find over 70% of all fish species that exist in the Indo-Western Pacific. Marine biodiversity is the name of the game in Indonesia generally and in Bunaken diving specifically. The park is adored by marine biologists, photographers, scuba divers and snorkelers.

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Name
Sonya and Harrie
Location:
Pangalisang Beach,
Bunaken Island, North Sulawesi, Indonesia
Mobile:
+6281244738802
Last Updated

2012-10-13 09:00:00

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