Celebes Divers

Action Asia - - INDONESIA -

Celebes Divers an­nounces the open­ing of the newly built Kuda Laut Bou­tique Dive Re­sort on the is­land of Siladen, North Su­lawesi, In­done­sia. “We are de­lighted to ex­pand our re­sort port­fo­lio in this pre­mier div­ing des­ti­na­tion by open­ing our third, and so far best, re­sort,” Klaus Sch­nap­pen­berger says. “This is a very spe­cial re­sort with fan­tas­tic views, ex­cel­lent div­ing and great com­fort for our guests.” He is a share­holder of Celebes Divers, which was es­tab­lished 15 years ago, right in the mid­dle of the Coral Tri­an­gle. The wa­ters around the is­land teem with life. Macro and crit­ter en­thu­si­asts in par­tic­u­lar find a par­adise on the won­der­ful reefs and ver­ti­cal walls, full of fish, drop­ping down to 1,500m. The VIPS are frog­fish, pygmy sea­horses, tiger shrimp and hairy squat lob­sters. The reefs are com­ple­mented by the muck dive sites along the main­land, which host Bob­bit worms, mimic oc­to­puses and hooded nudi­branch, as well as a cargo ship­wreck from World War II. It all makes this area a real diver's heaven. With a wa­ter tem­per­a­ture of 27-30°C and vis­i­bil­ity from 10-50m, the area of­fers div­ing all year round. Fa­mous for their warm cli­mate, the is­lands of Su­lawesi are best known for their rich scenery com­pris­ing vol­canic land­scapes and lush trop­i­cal forests, beau­ti­ful sandy beaches and a unique bio­di­ver­sity, both on land and un­der­wa­ter.

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