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When we set off for Bobocha Siladen, we were not sure what to truly expect, and we found something very unique, a place that was hard to leave. The boat transfer from Manado was less than 30 minutes and very comfortable (nicest boat on the...More
We have been here very satisfied, if the weather forecast expected 90% rain and storm for next 14 days, here was all the time fine, once of 11 days only half day rain.This resort is on the small private beach, very quiet ,with excellent food...More
Really amazing stay with excellent food, staff, beach, coral reef. Small and and perfect resort with own beach helps you relax from rainy weather and stress in EU. The owner and cheaf, madam Sarah, friendly and nice lady, creates for every lunch and dinner diffrent...More
Definitely the best place on the island.. and i can know, i walked around it ;)
Very nice wooden cottages with a porch, which get cleaned every day. When you wake up and step outside there's the view of the volcano. The beach is a...More
Wonderful quiet island and lovely boutique hotel. Best food I have eaten in Indonesia. Impeccably clean cottages and well run facility. Don't plan on getting wifi. Extra bedroom in cottage was very small. Great place if you want delicious gourmet meals, served family style with...More
Response from bobocha c | Property representative |
Thank you for your question. I don't think you would be bored snorkeling here for two weeks. We have had guests who have stayed for three weeks just snorkeling, walking, relaxing around Siladen so it is not... More
Thank you for your question. I don't think you would be bored snorkeling here for two weeks. We have had guests who have stayed for three weeks just snorkeling, walking, relaxing around Siladen so it is not uncommon. The entire island is surrounded by a coral reef and stronger swimmers spend the whole day swimming around the island. Alternatively you could walk or paddle to access the reef on another side of the island - We have a small traditional boat suitable for one person to use to paddle around the island.
If you have any other questions feel free to email us - I hope to hear from you again soon!