Bunaken Island National Marine Park. No diving on days of arrival and departure.
Additional dives can be booked at the resort.
Resort diving includes:
Dives, boat rides to dive sites, experienced English-speaking divemaster (maximum 8 divers per DM), tanks, weights and weightbelts, diving tax, drinking water, soft drinks, hot drinks, snacks.
Night dives (approx. US$ 50 per dive), scuba equipment (approx. US$ 30 per day), dive computer, dive insurance, Bunaken marine park fees (approx. US$ 15 per person per year). Unless otherwise stated, all the listed items need to be paid on arrival.
Resort accommodation includes:
Bed, breakfast, lunch, dinner, drinking water, soft drinks, hot drinks, snacks, return resort transfers from Manado airport (based on scheduled resort check in transfer at 14:30 hrs and check out transfer at 09:30 hrs), taxes.
Alcoholic drinks, internet access. If you are a single person it is compulsory to pay in advance for a single supplement. Mandatory New Year's Eve dinner (approx. US$ 50 per person). Unless otherwise stated, all the listed items need to be paid on arrival.
How to get there:
Bunaken Cha Cha Nature Resort is located on a beach on the eastern shore of Bunaken Island itself, 20 km, or a 45 minute boat ride, from Manado. The resort provides airport and Manado transfers for you. For more information on how to get to Manado see our Manado travel information section.
Dive clubs and group discounts:
Pay for 7 guests and receive 1 extra place free of charge.
To experience all the best diving in Manado, we recommend that you book a combination of resorts here, to include one in the Bunaken Island and Manado area to dive Bunaken National Marine Park, and one in Lembeh to dive the Lembeh Strait.