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Pt Siladen Island Resort and Spa

Siladen Island, Bunaken Marine Park North Sulawesi, 95011 Manado
Indonesia

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Our range of products

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  • 08  Diving
  • 08.02  Services (Diving)
  • 08.02.02  Diving Trips

Diving Trips

Our products

Product category: Diving Trips

DIVING

Sat at the very heart of the coral triangle, the Bunaken Marine National Park (BNMP) covers roughly 890 square kilometres — 3% of which is terrestrial, including the islands of Siladen, Bunaken, Manado Tua, Mantehage, and Nain.

More than 390 species of reef building coral, thousands of species of reef fish, and countless species of invertebrates, call Bunaken Marine Park home. The extraordinarily high levels of marine bio-diversity found within the park, combined with rising levels of eco-tourism, mean than Bunaken Marine Park is considered one of the world’s premier tropical water scuba diving destinations.

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About us

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The story of Siladen Resort & Spa starts when the Marianelli family fell in love with Siladen at the beginning of the millennium. Originally intended as a retirement property for the older generation, the Marianelli’s soon saw the potential of the island to become an exclusive resort and spa managed by sons, Marco and Daniele.

In 2015, a new era started in Siladen Resort & Spa. Ana and Miguel Riberio, and Ray Rorimpandey, owner of the famous Lembeh Resort, joined the management team.

Ana and Miguel Ribeiro started working in North Sulawesi in 2013, at the famous Lembeh Straits and immediately fell in love with the region. After visiting Siladen they couldn’t resist Daniele’s offer to join the team. At the beginning of 2015 they became Siladen Resort & Spa’s new managers.

Ray Rorimpandey, a North Sulawesi native from Tondano, also joined the team, investing in the incredible Bunaken National Park with its abundant clear waters.