Scuba diving in Sachiko's Point
The site consists of a wall covered with soft and hard corals, growing mainly on the upper part of the reef. The site also features beautiful caves located in the deeper end of the site. Sachiko's Point is best suited for advanced divers.
When to go
Diving is available all year-round. The average water temperature fluctuates between 26-30C/78-86F. The average visibility stays around 10-35m/33-114ft.
What to see
The marine life of the area includes large schools of red tooth triggers, butterfly fish, drummer, lots of napoleon fish, black fin barracuda, black and white tip sharks, jacks, blue spotted sting rays and turtles. At greater depth divers can occasionally spot hammerhead sharks and, if they are lucky, even some rare nudybranches and flat worms.
Reachable fromManado / Bunaken National Park
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