Bunaken National Park is very representative of Indonesian tropical water ecosystems consist of mangrove ecosystems, seagrass beds, coral reefs, and land / coastal ecosystems.In the northern part consists of the islands of Bunaken, Manado Tua island, the island Montehage, Siladen island, the island of Nain, Nain Small island, and some coastal areas of Cape Pisok. While in the Southern Cape coast covering most of Palm.
Potential mainland islands national park is rich in species of palm, sago, woka, silar and coconut. Animal species that exist on the mainland and the coast, among others, Sulawesi black macaques (Macaca nigra nigra), deer (Cervus timorensis russa), and polecat (Ailurops ursinus ursinus).
Mangrove plant species in the Bunaken National Park is Rhizophora sp., Sonneratia sp., Lumnitzera sp., And Bruguiera sp. This forest is rich with various kinds of crab, shrimp, mollusks and various types of sea birds such as seagulls, storks, sea virgin, and Heron sea.
Type of algae found in this national park covers types of Caulerpa sp., Halimeda sp., And Padina sp. Seagrass beds are dominated mainly on the island Montehage, and islands such as Thalassia hemprichii Nain, Enhallus acoroides, and Thalassodendron ciliatum.
Recorded 13 genera of corals living in waters of Bunaken National Park, dominated by the edge of coral reef species and coral reef barrier. The most interesting is the vertical cliffs as far as 25-50 meters.
2.5 meter tidal
West season November to February
East season March to October
The geographical position 1 ° 35 ‘- 1 ° 49’ N, 124 ° 39 ‘- 124 ° 35’ B