Bunaken with Siladen Resort

Located in the center of the coral triangle and created in 1991, Bunaken National Park covers a total surface area of 89,065 hectares, 97% of which is clear, warm tropical water. The remaining 3% of the park is terrestrial, including the five islands of Bunaken, Manado Tua, Mantehage, Nain and Siladen. Enjoy our selection of the beautiful creatures and sites of this area.

27 dive sites

Accessible in your logbook when you log a dive.

  • Lekuan I
  • Lekuan II
  • Lekuan III
  • Sachiko Point
  • Depan Kampung
  • Bunaken Timur
  • Fukui
  • Celah Celah
  • Alung Banua
  • Mandolin Point
  • Raymond's Point
  • Mike's Point
  • Tanjung Parigi
  • Siladen Jetty
  • Siladen Utara
  • Siladen Timur
  • Negri
  • Molas Wreck
  • Tanjung Kopi
  • Barracuda Point
  • Batu Kapal
  • Ron's Point
  • Johnson Point
  • Pangalisang
  • Bualo
  • Bango
  • Tinongko

72 species

To identify the species you saw more easily.

  • Green Humphead Parrotfish
  • Greater Blue Ringed Octopus
  • Green Turtle
  • Boxer Crab
  • Clown Frogfish
  • Emperor Shrimp
  • Trumpetfish
  • Harlequin Sweetlips
  • Midnight Snapper
  • Hawksbill Sea Turtle
  • Titan Triggerfish
  • Ocellaris Clownfish
  • Trapezia Septata
  • Bleeker's Parrotfish
  • Pygmy Seahorse
  • Giant Trevally
  • Mandarinfish
  • Whitetip Reef Shark
  • Much Desired Flabellina
  • Blacktip Reef Shark
  • Translucent Coral Goby
  • Great Hammerhead Shark
  • Hairy Squat Lobster
  • Garden Eel
  • Durban Hinge Beak Shrimp
  • Dogtooth Tuna
  • Orangutang Crab
  • Harlequin Shrimp
  • Peacock Mantis Shrimp
  • Porcellanella Haigae
  • Pink Anemonefish
  • Clown Triggerfish
  • Humphead Wrasse
  • Giant Frogfish
  • Pontonides Ankeri
  • Crinoid Clingfish
  • Banded Sea Krait
  • Indian Eagle Ray
  • Emperor Angelfish
  • Soft Coral Crab
  • Ribbon Eel
  • Wire Coral Goby
  • Bigeye Scad
  • Spanish Dancer
  • Giant Barrel Sponge
  • Longnose Hawkfish
  • Valentini Puffer
  • Niger Trigger Fish
  • Devil Firefish
  • Cube Trunkfish
  • Anemone Hermit Crab
  • Orbicular Batfish
  • Broadclub Cuttlefish
  • Pyramid Butterflyfish
  • Clear Cleaner Shrimp
  • Schooling Bannerfish
  • Blackspotted Puffer
  • Boar Hawkfish
  • Bobtail Squid
  • Blue Spotted Stingray
  • Golden Damsel
  • Porcelain Anemone Crab
  • Ornate Ghost Pipefish
  • Bubble Coral Shrimp
  • Dusky Nembrotha
  • Giant Clam
  • Blueblotch Butterflyfish
  • Yellowbarred Jawfish
  • Bigeye Trevally
  • Staghorn Coral
  • Blackfin Barracuda
  • Paeony Bulleye

140 photos

Use them to illustrate your Tortuba logbook and keep nice memories.

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Siladen Resort & Spa

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, the capital of North Sulawesi, Indonesia, and only one hour from the nearest international airport. This luxury boutique resort is an eco friendly property, placing high emphasis on the protection of the Marine Park and the environment. Officially opened in 2003, the resort occupies 4 hectares of land, while the island itself measures only 24 hectares. 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. The Resort is an exclusive hidden getaway. It offers the most attractive, exquisite and secluded accommodation in Sulawesi with extra large king size beds, open air showers, and sun decks overlooking the calm seas. Siladen Resort & Spa offers guests an elegant and relaxing atmosphere.

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