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Diving in Siladen Island

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When to go to Siladen Island

It is possible to dive at Siladen throughout the year, but the period from March to October has the best diving conditions. The period from July to August is better for spotting wildlife. The average air and water temperature at this destination is 28C/82F. The visibility ranges between 20-40m/66-131ft, while the current varies from light to moderate.


What to see

Siladen is a popular destination for photogenic macro life and colorful corals of all types. It serves as home to barracudas, triggerfish, wrasses, scorpionfish, pipefish, and surgeonfish. The most exciting species are hawksbill turtles and green sea turtles, whitetip and blacktip sharks, and graceful eagle rays.

Scuba diving in Siladen Island

Siladen is an island in the Bunaken National Marine Park. The closest airport is Mandao, from there you got to get to island by boat. Siladen Island offers great diving opportunities for divers of all levels. It features numerous steep walls covered by hard and soft corals, dark sandy slopes, canyons, and shipwrecks. There are about 50 different dive sites between 3-40m/10-131ft deep around this destination, and each of them has something special. Many reefs around this island invite guests to enjoy snorkeling too. Most popular dive sites


Most popular dive sites

Some of the must see dive sites at Siladen are Celah Celah (full of caves and canyons), Lekuan 1, 2, 3 (vertical drop-off with overhangs), Mike’s Point (amphitheater-shaped sheer wall), as well as Alung Banua, Mandolin, and Raymond's Point.