Nestled in the lap of nature, the quaint and charming resort sits in a well-preserved bay on the pristine island of Sahaung. Surrounded by a plethora of palm trees and dense mangroves, the resort is a perfect haven for nature enthusiasts and adventure seekers alike.
Sahaung Island offers a myriad of activities that are sure to leave visitors spellbound. The daily dive trips around the Bangka Islands and the coastline of North Sulawesi up to Cape Pulisan are nothing short of an adventure. From the magical walls of the Bunaken National Park to the world-renowned critter paradise of the Lembeh Strait, the resort provides an array of activities that are sure to entice all underwater enthusiasts. Guests can expect to explore some of the most awe-inspiring biodiversity on the planet.
The resort offers unparalleled hospitality, with a maximum capacity of 16 guests accommodated in bungalows that are all located right on the beach. This ensures that each guest receives personalized care and attention, making their stay a family-like experience. The warm and friendly staff are dedicated to ensuring that every need is met, leaving visitors with unforgettable memories of their stay on Sahaung Island.
Located right on the beach, the resort boasts seven bungalows, each accommodating two people, and one bungalow with two single rooms, providing the perfect accommodation for those seeking a relaxing beach getaway. Built in the traditional Sulawesi style, the bungalows are well-equipped and functional, offering a large terrace and stunning views of the white sand beach and the beautiful blue bay.
Guests can enjoy a comfortable night's sleep with mosquito nets draped over the beds and additional mosquito protection provided in the evenings. The location within the bay offers protection against wind and waves, ensuring a peaceful and undisturbed stay.
The resort is committed to sustainable practices, and as such, the use of natural resources is given utmost importance. Air conditioning is not available in the bungalows, with the refreshing breeze from the sea and a fan being sufficient to keep guests cool.
In an effort to conserve water, the bathrooms are equipped with traditional Indonesian "mandi" tubs, where guests pour water over themselves with a scoop. Warm water is provided after every third dive or on rainy days. Guests can rest assured that their beach and bath towels are regularly changed for their comfort.