Friday, June 17, 2011

Beauty of Bunaken Marine Park

Bunaken National Park, is one of the mainstay of the city of Manado to be a city of world tourism in 2010 as the Bunaken is recognized as one of the world's top marine parks. Administratively the region is still included in Bunaken Manado area
Beauty-beauty BunakenKarena Bunaken marine park is always visited by tourists from the local tourist (domestic) as well as tourists from northern Sulawesi mancanegara.Bahkan own communities almost every day there are day trips to Bunaken.
Let kunjugilah Bunaken marine park known for its underwater beauty and we as tourists let's keep cleaning where we are.
-bunakenBunaken island is an island covering an area of 8.08 km ² in the Bay of Manado, located on the northern island of Sulawesi, Indonesia. This island is part of the city of Manado, the provincial capital of North Sulawesi, Indonesia. Bunaken Island Around Bunaken marine park there which is part of Manado Tua Marine National Park. This marine park has a marine biodiversity one of the highest in the world. Scuba diving attracts many visitors to the island. Overall Bunaken marine park covers an area of 75,265 hectares with five islands within it, namely the island of Manado Tua, Bunaken Island, Siladen Island, Island Mantehage follows several children of the island, and island Naen. Although it covers an area of 75,265 hectares, the location of the dive (diving) is limited in each of the five beaches that surround the island.
Bunaken Bunaken marine park has a 20 point dive (dive spot) with varying depths of up to 1344 meters. Of the 20 point dive, dive 12 points of which are located around Bunaken Island. Twelve point of diving is the most frequently visited by divers and lovers of the beauty of underwater scenery.
Most of the 12 point dive in Bunaken Island lined up from the southeast to the northwest of the island. In this region there is a great underwater walls, also called the hanging walls, or walls of the giant rock that stands vertically and curved upward. The wall rock is also a food source for fish in the waters around Bunaken Island.