Bunaken SeaGarden Dive Resort.  Comfortable cottages on a beautiful location.

Bunaken SeaGarden cottage Bunaken SeaGarden Resort Sunrise

The Bunaken SeaGarden Dive Resort is a small and cozy resort with 7 spacious cottages build in a traditional Indonesian style and situated along Pangalisang Beach on Bunaken Island in the middle of the Bunaken National Marine Park. A perfect place for scuba diving, snorkeling or just relaxing.

From the SeaGarden restaurant you have a good view over the mangrove beach and the open sea, in the morning you can enjoy here the colorful sunrise.

High tide creates a long natural pool along the resort. At low tide a shady and sandy beach appears.  A perfect place to relax with a cool refreshing drink.

Bunaken SeaGarden Beach

Traditional build with local materials
Pitate walls

We are sure you will feel right at home in our cosy resort which is built in a traditional style with the use of local materials to create a exotic and relaxed atmosphere for our guests.

Bunaken offers more than only diving.
We offer more than only diving

Bunaken is well known for scuba diving and snorkeling but there are many other interesting activities. All kinds of tour, like a dolphin tour or jungle tour can be arranged at the resort.

A Vermonden Diving Bunaken

A Vermonden Diving Bunaken

The Bunaken National Park covers a total surface area of 89,065 hectares, 97% of which is overlain by sparkling clear tropical water. The colorful coral gardens are right in front of the resort. A short distance away you will find the Bunaken Timur reef, one of the most famous diving and snorkeling spots within the marine park.

“The Bunaken National Marine Park is one of Indonesia's most famous diving and snorkeling areas. It draws visitors from all over the world.”

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Bunaken Island

TripAdvisor has recognised the Bunaken SeaGarden Resort in 2013 and 2014 with a Certificate of Excellence.

Getting around:  

Bunaken island covers 8 km². The public boat arrives at the bunaken village and pathways connect the various settlements on Bunaken.

There are no cars on the island, motorbikes and boats are the only means of transportation on and around the island and visitors are encouraged to walk.
The beach may disappear underwater when the high tide rolls in and you can walk back along the pathways.


Like other regions in Indonesia, North Sulawesi has a typical equatorial climate with two seasons: rainy and dry. The wet season lasts from about November to March, but it is usually less pronounced than in many other parts of Southeast Asia and thus not really a serious concern in North Sulawesi. You can visit and dive around Bunaken all year!

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