The resort consists of the dive centre, sun deck, restaurant, and 18 wooden rooms and villas: Twin Villas, Garden Villas and Seaview Villas.
All rooms are fitted with air-conditioning, ensuite bathroom, hot and cold shower, hair dryer, towels and drinking water.
These rooms are semi-detached units that face west into the sunset, and are perfect for large groups keen on staying social as the rooms share a common verandah. There is a sliding door partitioning off the verandah should you opt for some privacy.
After a day of adventure and activities, bask in the glorious sunset at the verandah with some cold drinks from the restaurant which is conveniently situated nearby.
The Garden Villas are private chalets tucked among the tropical trees and natural rock formations, offering a more cosy and enhanced sense of seclusion.
Let the beautiful birdcalls wake you up in the morning, and spot multi-coloured butterflies just outside your room. Perfect for nature lovers and those who prefer a quiet environment.
These romantic suites sit atop rock outcrops that reach out over the sea, and some units have a rooftop deck for an uninhibited view of the beautiful Celebes horizon. The rooms are breezy and spacious, and open onto a private verandah, perfect for some book reading or just plain day dreaming together. Also, did we mention stargazing on a clear night on the rooftop deck is downright spectacular?
The restaurant is a large, open-planned building that brings the spectacular view right in. It is furnished with locally made wooden tables and chairs, and the buffet at mealtimes is a blend of Indonesian and fusion dishes. Tea, coffee and light refreshments are available throughout the day.
Guests can chill at the restaurant sundeck for an after lunch siesta or while waiting out the surface interval.