New option in Manado

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New option in Manado

Tour operator Regaldive has added Mercure Manado Tateli Beach Resort to its Indonesia portfolio, with diving provided by Eco Divers, already well known in the Manado and Lembeh areas of North Sulawesi.

The resort, six miles from the town of Manado, has its own beach and marina and a variety of room options, and is a half-hour boat-ride away from the spectacular wall and drift dives of the Bunaken marine park.

The usual package price is from £1556pp for seven nights’ twin share with full board, flights and transfers. However, during Regaldive’s continuing “Winter Sale” period the price is reduced by 10%, so book soon if you wish to get it from £1399pp.

www.regaldive.co.uk

28-Jan-17

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