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We were at the island for 4 days. The resort itself was a small ones but cozy and always clean. It was great time, amazing food and the staff always there to help. The island is pretty small, and the locals were friendly as well....More
it's a small boutique resort directly on the beach offering great view and excellent food (probably the best one we had so far in Indonesia) combining very fresh seafood with indonesian and western food. The delicious fresh fish is probably one of the highlights of...More
We only had 3 nights at Bobocha on our Indonesian tour of Sulawesi and West Papua ,but it was perfect and we wished it had been longer.Our cottage was clean and spacious with lots of windows and louvres which we left open all day .There...More
We spent three nights at Bobocha Siladen and enjoyed an amazing eco-tourism experience. The days were chock full of snorkeling, relaxing, reading, beach combing, chats with the locals, and walks around the island. If you are keen to experience an "off the beaten path" vacation,...More
I went to the Bobocha Cottages with a group of friends who are all keen environmentalists from New Zealand. I have dived some of the clearest waters and the diving scene Bobocha offered was no exception. Turtles, clownfish and jellyfish everything you name was there....More
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Bonjour: I am a senior former diver looking for beach snorkeling not on a dive boat as I have a stiff lower right leg. Would the beach snorkeling be boring if I stayed 2 weeks? I am an ex canoeist so perhaps I could paddle to other nearby reefs. Art Ferri
22 April 2016|
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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!