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Diving Safari   7 Days
Manado  -  Bunaken  -  Siladen




Day 1

Getting There: The Tour begins at Manado's Sam Ratulangi International Airport in North Sulawesi. Airlines that fly there include: Silk Air, Garuda Indonesia and Batik Air. All flights are from either Jakarta, Bali, or Singapore.  For further info on getting to Manado e-mail: info@paradise-islands.net

Your driver will meet you at the arrivals hall and have you in the Cocotinos Resort in  around 25 minutes.  Early Check In available on request. Feel free to try out the swimming pool or the Spa & wellness centre.




Day 2

After a good sleep and a hearty breakfast guests may go on diving or snorkeling excursions. The resort has a very well equipped dive centre. Non divers can or take a shuttle to town to shop. The spices are exceptionally good. Feel free to enjoy the spa. There are a number of day tours available including Manado City, Nature Tours, mountain and forest trekking and white water rafting.




Day 3

After breakfast a short boat ride will bring you to Siladen Island Resort. While the resort is famous for it's diving and snorkeling it also offers dolphin and whale watching boat tours and a romantic sunset boat tour.

Once again the resort has all the diving equipment and boats required in order to give guests a world class diving experience.



Day 4

Another perfect day on the Paradise Island of Siladen.




Day 5

After a short boat ride you will arrive at your Island resort on Bunaken Island. There are several nice walks to the villages and Liang Beach. One of these villages is Kampung Bunaken with the iconic church and traditional boat builders.




Day 6

There are plenty of dive options to explore today. Feel free to spend your last day on the islands simply relaxing and enjoying the sunshine and beaches.




Day 7

After breakfast relax at the resort while you wait for your transfer to Manado airport.

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Recommended Accommodation


Cocotinos Dive Resort
Location: Kima Bajo, Wori

Cocotinos is an award winning boutique dive resort a short drive from Manado, world famous for astounding wall and macro diving. The resort is nestled on a chocolate coloured sandy beach in full view of the islands that make up the Bunaken Marine National Park. Enjoy fabulous diving from our professional dive school, magnificent sunsets, delicious local & international cuisine and our warm personal service.



Siladen Island Resort
Location: Siladen Island Bunaken National Marine Park

Exclusively located on the the Island of Palau Siladen a short boat ride from the port of Manado. We are an eco-friendly boutique resort which treasures our marine resources. Enjoy a full range of facilities and activities, spectacular sunsets, quality service, peace,  tranquility and relaxation. There are 40 major dive sites around our resort and our PADI dive centre will enable you to dive in comfort and style. Spoil yourself at our spa or relax in the magnificent swimming pool.



The Village - Bunaken Island
Location: East Coast Bunaken Island

Our small comfortable resort has all the amenities expected from a boutique style hotel. A swimming pool, cocktail bar and wi-fi compliment our rooms and cottages with western bathrooms and optional air-con. A well equipped dive centre with professional staff will help you experience the Bunaken Marine park.  Our Spa offers traditional Indonesian massage and a variety of treatments. 









Living Colours - Diving Resort
Location: Bunaken Island

Bunaken island resort is a small and idyllic resort with personal, friendly atmosphere. The resort provides basic but comfortable accommodation with everything you need for a relaxed holiday. Secluded location away from public road and generators guarantees you a good night sleep.

We have nine wooden Minahasa-style one-bedroom bungalows and one two-bedroom bungalow, each spacious with their own balcony in tropical garden surroundings. All bungalows are situated on a hill, only 60 steps from the beach, and have sea views over mangrove trees.









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