Bunaken Oasis Dive Resort & Spa is built on a steep hillside overlooking the mangroves on Liang Beach. The aim of the resort is to provide a 5-star luxury diving experience whilst keeping their ecological footprint to a minimum.
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PREFERRED DIVE CENTRE
You arrive at the Bunaken Oasis private jetty after a boat transfer from the mainland through the beautiful Long House. The resort offers 12 large, traditionally-built villas, including one family villa with two bedrooms, and one villa near the Long House for those who may have difficulty walking. A major focal point of the resort is a free form infinity pool, with sun-loungers and easy access to the bar, for those who want to spend time above, rather than below, the water.
In addition to a chill-out cocktail bar and a full-service restaurant serving Indonesian and international cuisine, guest amenities also include an air conditioned library, a fully-equipped classroom in the Dive Centre with 4k flat-screen TV, especially useful for photographic groups, and a spacious camera room with more charging points than you will ever need.
The Bunaken Marine National Park in North Sulawesi, Indonesia, is a protected, though fragile, environment, and we are committed to taking and the resort takes its eco-responsibilities very seriously. Using their own bore holes, or even sea-water, with water makers and ultraviolet treatment, they have ensured that all the water in the resort is fully drinkable, and they can avoid the need for one of the greatest pollutants of our time - plastic bottles. In addition, all waste water will be processed through a water-treatment plant.
Diving with the on site PADI dive centre gives you easy access to over 90 superb dive sites. Diving is done from their brand new purpose built dive boats with freshwater showers, catering facilities and proper space for photographers.
Bunaken offers amazing variety with vertical walls and the sea bed 1500 meters below to gentle walls with sandy bottoms and stunning reef tops. And don't forget the muck diving on the mainland.