Scuba diving in Raymond's Point

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Access
From Boat
Depth
Average: 20 m
Maximum: 35 m
Current
Strong
Visibility
Average: 25 m
Maximum: 35 m
Raymond’s Point is a dive site at Siladen Island in Indonesia that features a large cave and a vertical wall. It is part of the Bunaken National Marine Park, which contributes to species conservation. The bottom has rocks and a beautiful coral reef.

When to go

Raymond’s Point is a year-round dive destination, with the best conditions from March to October. The water temperature is usually 27-29C/81-84F, while the air averages 28C/82F. The visibility is lower from November to January.

What to see

Raymond’s Point is known for the especially rich sea life in its wire-coral and whip-coral forests. The variety of fish includes lionfish, moray eels, tuna, eagle rays, damselfish, angelfish, and blennies. Other creatures include lobsters, different types of crabs, nudibranchs, starfish, and shrimp.

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