Ah, Manado; deep water paradise, smack in the middle of the Coral Triangle, home to the highest levels of biodiversity in the world, oodles of fish varieties and top-shelf wall diving.
And, Lembeh; muck diving capital of the world where you can be sure of spotting a brain-scrambling number of mid-boggling creatures more alien than the best sci-fi writers could ever dream up.
If you’ve ever wanted to go on a diving trip to Manado and/or Lembeh, but thought flying to Manado airport was too much trouble, then Dive The World brings you good news: Manado is easy to get to.
That’s right, not only is Manado now more accessible than ever, it’s a good deal too. AirAsia, that low-cost carrier we all know so well, flies to Manado from Kuala Lumpur three times a week.
And if you don’t mind paying a little extra for your frills, then Silk Air flies to Manado from Singapore, four times a week too.
So, for dive enthusiasts transiting through Kuala Lumpur or Singapore, or who are based in the region, the wondrous diving of Bunaken, Lembeh and all the other magical dive sites of North Sulawesi, are now mere hours away on any given day.
Grab your passport and contact Dive The World, because you’re flying to Manado for an awesome diving holiday. Phone us on +66 (0)83 505 7794 or you could send us an email.