1 Day Snorkeling in Bunaken

1 Day Snorkeling Trip from Manado to Bunaken. Snorkeling spot: Fukui and Alung Banua.

Start from your hotel in Manado, pick up at 7.30AM. You need to be standby at 8AM at Port Marina Manado / ITC Marina. Snorkeling tour in the morning, and back to Manado after lunch. Back from Bunaken around 1.30PM.

Includes:

  • Speed boat (Manado-Bunaken-Manado)
  • Entrance ticket to Bunaken + insurance
  • Guide
  • Lunch
  • Boat Pass / day trip / boat
  • Snorkeling equipment (fins + mask + wet suit)
  • Antar jemput dari hotel di Manado
  • 10% Tax

Excludes:

  • Underwater camera, guide, photo, video
  • Scuba Diving (1 x theory + 1 x diving) with full equipment
  • Upgrade to Catamaran (standard) to see Bunaken Marine Park (IDR 150.000 / trip)
  • Tips
  • Personal expense

Note:

  • Need to stand by at Port Marina Manado / ITC Marina by 8AM
  • Depart from Bunaken at around 1PM, arrive back at hotel around 2.30PM
  • Different ticket fee for international and domestic visitors
Duration : 6 Hours
Availability : Daily
Minimum : 2
Maximum : 8
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Adult (Indonesian/KITAS)
IDR 1.490.000
Adult
IDR 1.595.000
TOTAL : IDR

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Bunaken, Sulawesi, Indonesia

About 1 Day Snorkeling in Bunaken

The Bunaken National Marine Park was formally established in 1991 and is among the first of Indonesia's growing system of marine parks. The park covers a total surface area of 89,065 hectares, 97% of which is overlain by sparkling clear, warm tropical water. The remaining 3% of the park is terrestrial, including the five islands of Bunaken, Manado Tua, Mantehage, Nain and Siladen. Although each of these islands has a special character, it is the aquatic ecosystem that attracts most naturalists. The waters of Bunaken National Marine Park are extremely deep (1566 m in Manado Bay), clear (up to 35-40 m visibility), refreshing in temperature (27-29 C) and harbor some of the highest levels of biodiversity in the world. 7 of the 8 species of giant clams that occur in the world, occur in Bunaken. The park has around 70 genera of corals; compare this to a mere 10 in Hawaii. Although the exact number of fish species is unknown, it may be slightly higher than in the Philippines, where 2,500 species, or nearly 70% of all fish species known to the Indo-western Pacific, are found.

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