Located on Pulau Siladen, a lush tropical island in the heart of the world renowned Bunaken National Marine Park, Siladen Resort & Spa is only half an hour by boat from Manado.
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PREFERRED DIVE CENTRE
Siladen Dive Centre
This luxury boutique resort is an eco friendly property, placing high emphasis on the protection of the Marine Park and the environment. Bunaken National Marine Park is regarded as a centre of marine biodiversity, offering visitors breathtaking diving and snorkelling with an incredible variety of marine life. Siladen Resort & Spa is located on the western side of the island on a 300 metre stretch of white coral beach facing the extinct yet impressive volcano Manado Tua, with spectacular sunsets daily.
Skilled chefs present a wide variety of local Indonesian & Asian dishes in combination with Gourmet European and Mediterranean recipes. Barbecues on the beach are also a regular feature. A wide rage of massages and treatments are available at The Spa: Indonesian, herbal, honey, aromatherapy, lulur, salt and mud. A range of land and sea excursions is available at the Resort: sunset cruises, dolphin watching tours, rafting and jungle trekking. A large swimming pool allows guests to watch spectacular sunsets whilst enjoying a drink in the cool water.
The in house PADI dive centre operates together with the resort, offering snorkelling, fun dives for certified divers, and a full range of PADI courses. Traditional style boats are spacious and have all the necessary amenities. All boats provide covered seating and dry storage areas for cameras and personal belongings. Each vessel is equipped with first aid, emergency oxygen and VHF marine radios. Drinking water, coffee and tea are available free of charge on all boats and fresh fruit and snacks are provided after every dive. Towels are also available onboard.
Besides diving Bunaken National Park, you can also explore the black sand muck diving of Manado Bay, and the soft coral slopes of Bangka Island while staying at Siladen Resort & Spa.