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Gangga Island Resort & Spa
P. O. Box 1734
Manado - 95375
Tel. +62-431-8894009 or
Gangga - The Resort
The magic of Gangga Island
The resort lies on a white sand beach surrounded by a garden of tropical trees and plants at the base of a jungle covered hill. Your stay with us begins with our air-conditioned vehicle picking you up from the Manado International Airport and taking you through the beautiful North Sulawesi countryside. After an hour's drive you arrive at a pier, where one of our spacious boats is waiting to take you across the strait to Gangga Island. Upon your arrival
FacilitiesGangga Island Resort features:
ManagementGangga Island Resort & Spa is managed by Gaspare and Hanne Davi. Educated in hotel management in Denmark and Switzerland, the couple has run 5-star hotels and hotel schools in Europe and Asia. Gaspare is also a certified hotel administrator by the American Hotel & Motel Association (AHMA). He has a long association with Indonesia - in the 1980s he assisted the Ministry of Tourism in the founding of the first vocational hotel institute in Bali.
Hanne and Gaspare are keen and experienced diving professionals who are deeply committed to the people and the environment of North Sulawesi. They created an eco-friendly resort whose mission is to protect the marine resources and promote the development of the local villages. They manage a resort for serious divers who also like comfort, quality service and good food, and last but not least, a good spa treatment after a day of diving. Under their management, all the staff of Gangga, from the dive guides to the cook and the gardeners, contribute their best efforts to making every day of your stay an excellent and memorable experience.
Restaurants and Coconut BarThe Gangga Island Resort has two open-air restaurants and a full-bar. The main restaurant located in the center of the resort offers a selection of Mediterranean and Indonesian dishes made with the freshest local ingredients. The outdoor Bamboo Restaurant set under the coconut trees serves fresh fish barbeques two nights a week accompanied by local musicians from the island performing Polynesian style music. The Coconut Bar is open all day long with your favorite cocktails, as well as tea and coffee readily available.
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