With a resident pod of spinner dolphins in the bay, seahorses on our house reef and a friendly dugong grazing on the abundant seagrass, the aquatic environment is healthy and blissfully free of crowds. The diving is fantastic all year round with 30 dives sites within 20 minutes of the resort and offers you the chance to spot unusual species – look out for eagle rays, dugongs, frogfish, scorpionfish, mandarin fish, pygmy seahorses and much more – we have the highest marine diversity in the world! We are proud to be part of the North Sulawesi Watersports Association who try to protect the local ecosystems, and we are one of the founding members of the Bangka Conservation Fund, made up of resorts on and around Bangka, which fundraises to take care of our marine ecosystems and communities around Bangka. Email us firstname.lastname@example.org to start planning your scuba diving holiday or click here to fill in our contact form today!
Our accommodation consists of traditional Minahasan wooden bungalows with ensuite bathrooms all built by local carpenters. Stay in our beach bungalow and go to sleep listening to the waves lapping on the beach, or in one of our jungle cottages where you might spot a tarsier, flying lizards or a cus-cus if you are really lucky, or book into our beachside budget rooms, perfect for backpackers!
Dry out and unwind in the bar on our secluded beach with fantastic views towards Lembeh and experience delicious local cuisine fresh from our kitchen. Come and experience the unspoilt beauty of Bangka island with Nomad Divers – we cater for divers of all abilities and we offer the full range of PADI courses from those diving for the first time to anyone wishing to further their diving knowledge or begin their professional career on one of our popular Divemaster internships!
Contact us now for a quote – we also give free places to group leaders – Click here for our rates or email us on email@example.com to put together your individual package! ‘Unbelievable diving, beautiful accommodation, I’ll definitely be back, friends for life!’ – M Kiernan