What We Wish Everyone Knew About Gangga Island

Posted on 16 October 2019

What We Wish Everyone Knew About Gangga Island

Gangga Island is a very special place, yet it’s not very well known outside of serious diving circles. So what is it that makes this small island in North Sulawesi so loved by everyone who visits? Here’s our list of What We Wish Everyone Knew About Gangga Island.

1. It’s Really Close to Mainland North Sulawesi

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What to See in North Sulawesi

Posted on 27 September 2019

What to See in North Sulawesi

Indonesia is a vast archipelago with over 17,000 islands. For most avid travelers a number of these islands are on their to-visit lists. Sulawesi has such a range of terrain, culture, food, and nature it’s definitely got to be on there. The whole island is a lot to take in so today we’ll focus on what to see in North Sulawesi. (more…)

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Meet the Whales and Dolphins of North Sulawesi

Posted on 27 August 2019

Meet the Whales and Dolphins of North Sulawesi

Out on the dive boats from Gangga Island you are likely to experience some very memorable moments. Gliding along beside the boats you might see different species of whales and dolphins. Some you might not expect at all! Read on to learn more about the beautiful species of cetaceans you could spot while in North Sulawesi. (more…)

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5 of the Most Picturesque Places in North Sulawesi

Posted on 17 July 2019

5 of the Most Picturesque Places in North Sulawesi

On holiday it’s always a pleasure to get away from what you see everyday and soak in some different views. North Sulawesi has so much to see, it’s an absolute feast for the eyes. From the white sandy beaches, to volcanic lakes and lush mountains, you will have your breath taken almost everywhere you go. Here are 5 places you don’t want to miss for their picturesque views in North Sulawesi. (more…)

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Climate and Currents in North Sulawesi

Posted on 20 June 2019

North Sulawesi reaches towards the Philippines in the Celebes Sea. This part of the world is known for its equatorial climate. In fact the island is actually bisected by the equator in the regency of Central Sulawesi. So what does this mean for the temperatures, humidity, rainfall, water temperature and currents? These are all great things to know before you plan your trip to Gangga Island Resort & Spa so read on for all the info you need. (more…)

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