Lembeh, Pulisan Jungle Beach Resort

Written by on May 29, 2012 in Sulawesi, Lembeh Resorts with 0 Comments

Lembeh, Pulisan Jungle Beach Resort


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Did you ever want to get away from it all? Leave the rest of the world behind you? If you can do without aircon and luxury, then certainly Pulisan Jungle Beach Resort is the place for you to go. Our eight beach bungalows built in traditional Minahasa wood cottage style nestle in below high cliffs on the top end of a 1.5 km white sandy beach. From your window you have a spectacular view to Mt. Tangkoko National Park and Lembeh Strait. No one will disturb your privacy here as the nearest village and road are 15 minutes away… It feels like being on a remote island. You will find the wooden cottages simple, but clean and comfortable. Four beachfront bungalows have an Indonesian style mandi, but are equipped with European style sitting toilets. Mandi is a bassin filled with water. Take the water from the bassin and pour it over you! Two deluxe beachfront bungalows have a western style shower (lukewarm water) and sitting toilet, springbed and a large veranda. Two smaller bungalows, equipped with Indonesian style bathrooms and sitting toilets, are especially designed for single travellers or travellers on a tight budget. You will be cared for by our local staff from the village of Pulisan who are descendants of the Sangihese. As former fishing people and gardeners they are trained and educated within the project. You will find the traditional cooking delicious which includes fresh superior seafood, enriched by a choice of local vegetables. We also care for Vegetarians. As tourism is only very recent in this remote area you can look forward to a very authentic cultural experience. The Sangihese are great hosts. A safe alternative to remote Togean Islands & busy Bunaken The resort is easily accessible in just a 2 hour drive from Manado, the capital of Indonesia’s North Sulawesi Province. It is situated just around Cape Pulisan which is the utmost North-East of the North Sulawesi’s Minahasa Peninsula. Snorkelers and divers will be thrilled by the uniqueness of the marine life of the nearby Bangka island archipelago with Gangga, Lihaga, Talisei as well as in the world of diving renowned Lembeh Strait (30 – 60 boat minutes). If you snorkel, dive or enjoy in the land activities we offer, this wild-romantic area is one of the best Indonesia can offer. Once you stroll along the beach which is shadowed by the outskirts of a jungle that still hosts black tailless macaque monkeys, Maleo birds and red-knobbed hornbills you might imagine yourself in paradise. The beach is also frequented by giant sea turtles to hatch. Tangkoko National Park is only a 40 boat minutes ride away. If you enjoy in nature, snorkeling, diving, fishing the traditional way, paddling an outrigger canoe along spectacular pancake rock cliffs – there are lots of activities. Cycle around Tondano lake, hike a volcano or explore the Minahasa Highlands the easy way by car. We also have a motorbike for hire.

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