Bunaken Marine Park

As Makamaka Diver Lembeh is established in the proximity of Bitung Area or Lembeh Straits, within the complex of Dabirahe Resort we handle and run a daily daytrips to Bunaken National Marine Park by land and boat transfer, based on request with a minimum of 4 divers. This service is surcharged outside the normal diving packages or a la carte dives

Bunaken is an island of 8 km², part of the Bunaken National Marine Park. Bunaken is located at the northern tip of the island of Sulawesi, Indonesia. It belongs administratively to the municipality of Manado. Bunaken National Park extends over an area of 890.65 km² of which only 3% is terrestrial, including Bunaken Island, as well as the islands of Manado Tua, Mantehage, Nain and Siladen. The waters of Bunaken National Marine Park are up to 1,566 m deep in Manado Bay, with temperatures ranging between 27 to 29 °C. It has a high diversity of – corals, fish, echinoderms or sponges. Notably, 7 of the 8 species of giant clams that occur in the world, occur in Bunaken. It also claims to have seven times more genera of coral than Hawaii, and has more than 70% of all the known fish species of the Indo-Western Pacific.

There always something new to see in the area of Bunaken National Marine Park, no matter in which point you are diving, it’s a guarantee that you’ll be surprised and amazed. Daily daytrip diving tour are arranged from our divebase in Dabirahe Resort & Spa, with private A/C shuttle and boat transfer in Bunaken National Marine Park

Our daily dive trips are limited up to 8 divers per boat, with a divemaster to guests ratio of 1:4

It’s also recommended to spend a day or two of scuba diving the reef of Bunaken National Marine Park for a relaxing adventure, please contact our administrators and reservation for more details of facility and services in Bunaken and/ or Manado City Area

Checkout Our Bunaken National Marine Park Dive Packages HERE

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