Welcome to Pulau Bunaken & Pulau Siladen


Most people come to Pulau Bunaken for the diving. The marine biodiversity is extraordinary, with more than 300 types of coral and 3000 species of fish, abundant sponges and phenomenally colourful life on vertical walls. The 808-hectare island is part of the 891-sq-km Bunaken Manado Tua Marine National Park (Taman Laut Bunaken Manado Tua), which includes Manado Tua (Old Manado), the dormant volcano that can be seen from Manado and climbed in about four hours; Nain and Mantehage islands; and Pulau Siladen, which also has a few fine resorts.


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