Diving with Cocotinos Manado

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Cocotinos Manado is a boutique dive resort located within Wori Bay in the heart of Kima Bajo, a fishing village overlooking the Bunaken National Marine Park, world-famous for its rich and astounding, wall and macro scuba diving.

At Cocotinos Manado, you will enjoy fabulous diving, spectacular sunsets, delicious local and international cuisine, and our signature warm and personal service that is now much talked about among our loyal guests.

Besides Bunaken Marine Park, a 90-minute drive will bring you to Lembeh Straits on the other side of North Sulawesi, the “capital” of muck diving in the world.

4 Nights
From SGD 1,103Per Person

ADEX Special

5D4N Cocotinos Manado

  • SGD 1,103 ~ Diver Twin (Garden Room)
  • SGD 315 ~ Additional night inclusive of 3 dives

Inclusions

  • Complimentary return airport/resort transfers (maximum 4 persons in a vehicle)
  • Complimentary afternoon tea served daily at Deho Restaurant & Bar
  • Complimentary wifi internet access (available only in Deho Restaurant & Bar)
  • Complimentary 15 minutes back and head massage at Leleina Spa, subject to availability
  • 04 nights in Garden Room
  • Breakfast + Lunch & Dinner Meal Plan (full-Board; Table D’hôte or Buffet); starts with Dinner on arrival day and end with Breakfast on departure day
  • Up to 3 boat dives a day except on arrival/departure days
    • Guided diving by Odyssea Divers
    • Includes air tanks & weights
  • Dive boat participation for non-divers for snorkelling (priority to divers, and subject to availability)
  • Prevailing Government & Service Taxes

Exclusions

  • Air passage to/from Manado
  • Bunaken Marine Park Fee, Lembeh Daily Diving Park Fee
  • Additional dive excursions such as night dive, diving at further dive sites
  • Nitrox fills
  • Dive equipment rental
  • All personal expenditure like soft/hard drinks, phone calls, laundry, massages, tipping, etc.
  • High Season Surcharge of USD 30 per room per night is applied to all rooms & villas for occupied nights of
    • Jul 15 to Sep 15, 2018
    • Dec 20, 2018, to Jan 10, 2019
  • Compulsory Festive Dinner Extravaganza Surcharge
    • USD 50 per person ~ Christmas Eve
    • USD 50 per person ~ New Year's Eve
    • Includes 2 drinks standard non-alcoholic, or 2 alcoholic beverage or 1 glass of wine

Validity

  • Book by Apr 30 form travel from Apr 10 - Dec 20, 2018
  • Black-out period Jul 15 - Sep 15, 2018

Extras payable locally

  • USD 40 per person ~ Lembeh Dive Excursion (by overland transfer); Min. 2 to go
  • USD 50 per person ~ Bangka Dive Excursion (by sea transfer); Min. 6 to go
  • USD 50 per person ~ Popo & Tasik Ria beach excursion (by sea transfer); Min. 4 to go
  • USD 45 per person ~ Aditional Night Dive (Wori Bay Site); Min. 2 to go
  • USD 210 per Boat ~ Private Boat Charter with Snorkelling or Diving Guide; max. 8 hours use, 10 persons on each boat
  • USD 10 per dive ~ Enriched Air Nitrox Surcharge per Dive
  • USD 35 per diver per day ~ Complete Scuba & Skin Diving Equipment Rental

 

 

 

 

 

About Cocotinos Manado

Cocotinos Manado is a boutique dive resort located within Wori Bay in the heart of Kima Bajo, a fishing village overlooking the Bunaken National Marine Park, world famous for its rich and astounding, wall and macro scuba diving.

A mere 25-minute drive from Manado’s Sam Ratulangi International Airport brings you to the resort, nestled on a chocolate-coloured beach in full view of Siladen Island and Manado Tua, a majestic dormant volcano across the Sulawesi Sea.

Through the use of selected hardwoods, stone, and other ecologically friendly building materials sourced from the region, the resort blends seamlessly with the surrounding village and coconut grove.

At Cocotinos Manado, you will enjoy fabulous diving, spectacular sunsets, delicious local and international cuisine, and our signature warm and personal service that is now much talked about among our loyal guests.

Besides Bunaken Marine Park, a 90-minute drive will bring you to Lembeh Straits on the other side of North Sulawesi, the “capital” of muck diving in the world.

Inclusions

Exclusions