If diving the waters off Indonesia has ever been on your bucket list, Celebes Divers is adding temptation to the fire with the imminent opening of its third resort in Sulawesi.

The newly built Kuda Laut Boutique Dive Resort will open in July 2017 on the island of Siladen, North-Sulawesi, Indonesia.

The resort offers a variety of accommodations, from rooms to beach cottages, a state-of-the-art dive center, a beachside pool and Indonesian-European fusion cuisine.

The islands of Sulawesi are best known for their rich scenery comprising volcanic landscapes and lush tropical forests, sandy beaches and a unique biodiversity, both on land and underwater.

The Kuda Laut Boutique Dive Resort joins the Mapia and Onong locations as part of the Celebes Divers family of resorts.

With this expansion on Siladen Island, Celebes Divers says it is strengthening its position as a top-quality dive resort provider in the North Sulawesi region.

Celebes Divers Will Open Its Third Resort This Coming July
Celebes Divers Will Open Its Third Resort This Coming July (Photo credit: Celebes Divers)

Klaus Schnappenberger, shareholder of Celebes Divers, says:

“We are delighted to expand our resort portfolio in this premier diving destination by opening our third and so far, best resort. Celebes Divers will deliver a contemporary boutique diving resort experience with its professional and friendly service philosophy. This is a very special resort with fantastic views, excellent diving and comforts for our guests, and perfectly complements our existing offering in this beautiful piece of diver’s heaven.”

Designed in a typical Minahasa-refined style, the rooms are finished with a wooden color palette for a warm and cozy feel. Free wifi, a minibar, spacious raindrop showers and space to lounge and relax feature as standard for each accommodation option.

Celebes Divers shareholder Andi Arbenz says:

“The Kuda Laut Boutique Resort combines luxury and unspoilt nature as well as focusing on environmental friendly and sustainable development of local tourism. We make for example big efforts to avoid plastic bottles by replacing it with glass material to be used several times.”

If you’re looking to unwind in the sunshine, you have the choice of the swimming pool with a breath-taking view, the beach in front of the resort, as well as hammocks and a spa. Divers will enjoy diving both in the Bunaken National Park and at the Manado Coast with Celebes Divers’ comfortable boats and dive guides.

For more information, check out the Celebes Divers Facebook page or its website at www.celebesdivers.com.

John Liang
John Liang is the News Editor at DeeperBlue.com. He first got the diving bug while in High School in Cairo, Egypt, where he earned his PADI Open Water Diver certification in the Red Sea off the Sinai Peninsula. Since then, John has dived in a volcanic lake in Guatemala, among white-tipped sharks off the Pacific Coast of Costa Rica, and other places including a pool in Las Vegas helping to break the world record for the largest underwater press conference.

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