Diving with M11626 means visiting the most fantastic coral reefs of Bunaken National Marine Park using two excellent boats, and protecting and preserving the environment!
M11626 is a small and cosy dive resort with a familiar atmosphere and lots of attention for your personal needs. Situated in a beautiful botanical garden, we offer 4 comfortable chalets for a maximum of 2 guests each and 1 family chalet for a maximum of 4 guests. All with a stunning view, overlooking Bunaken National Marine Park. We have 5 comfortable bungalows with absolutely stunning seaview, situated on a hill side, topclass meals and personal attention.
Bunaken National Marine Park is an official recognized and protected Marine Park of more than 75,000 hectares. There is a northern section which includes the islands, Bunaken, Manado Tua, Siladen, Montehage, Nain and part of the opposite lying coastline. This northern section is by far the biggest and most popular part of the park. The southern section is smaller and consists entirely of coastal area.
Most parts of the park are surrounded by plateau reefs, of which most end with the steep, spectacular dropoffs that this park is so famous for. There are a few sites with gentle slopes, but they definitely form a minority and are not really part of the parks' underwater geography. Being located in Southeast Asia, Bunaken National Marine Park reefs have the highest levels of marine biodiversity anywhere found on this planet.