In North Sulawesi, diving happens in three main areas: the Bunaken National Marine Park, the Bangka archipelago and the Lembeh Strait, together encompassing more than 150 dive sites.
Water temperature: between 26℃ (Lembeh) and up to 30℃ (Bunaken)
Topography: reef flats, coral walls, sand flats, pinnacles, slopes
Currents: generally mild, suitable for all skill levels
With 390 species of coral, 2000 species of fish make the protected park of Bunaken a truly special destination for diving in North Sulawesi. The biodiversity and colors are spectacular and every dive is a chance to discover something. On top of that, the park’s wide reefs are excellent for snorkelers as well.
As a more recent addition to the canon of diving locations, the Lembeh Strait has already earned its stripes as a remarkable diving hotstop. Here, you can find some of the most bizarre and well-camouflaged critters. Come and witness the grand spectacle of life on a tiny scale, whether it’s on the black volcanic sand or the coral gardens.
At a point where the Celebes Sea and the Molucca Sea meet, the currents bring in nutrients in an area where spectacular volcanic topography is home to a convergence of rich underwater life. This is a dive adventure you cannot afford to miss!
Our dive operation is built to give you the diving holiday of a lifetime. We get you in and out of the water safely, comfortably, and with facilities catering to your diving needs.
The Bunaken National Marine Park is not just for divers — snorkeling is just as fantastic here. Our specialized snorkeling trips are fun for the whole family.
We teach you scuba diving properly, at your own pace, and with zero shortcuts. This means that the PADI diving license you have earned with us forms a strong foundation for all your future diving trips.
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