Siladen Island

About Siladen Island

Siladen Island is one of the five islands in the Bunaken National Park in Manado, North Sulawesi. Siladen Island has a marine park with numerous colorful fishes and coral reefs.


Embarking on a journey to Siladen Island is like stepping into a pristine oasis of natural beauty and tranquility. Nestled in the heart of the Bunaken Marine Park in Indonesia, this small tropical paradise boasts crystal-clear turquoise waters, vibrant coral reefs, and an abundance of marine life. Siladen is a haven for divers and snorkelers, offering a kaleidoscope of underwater wonders, including colorful coral gardens and a diverse array of fish species. Above water, palm-fringed beaches invite leisurely strolls, while lush tropical vegetation provides a serene backdrop. The island’s warm and welcoming atmosphere, coupled with its commitment to eco-friendly practices, creates an idyllic escape for those seeking relaxation and a deep connection with nature. Siladen Island promises an unforgettable retreat where every moment is filled with the soothing rhythm of the ocean and the harmonious coexistence of land and sea.