Tasik Ria Resort

Tasik Ria Resort

Tasik Ria Resort offers divers the superb experience with their comprehensive diving facilities including their newly renovated diving boats. Serene palm-tree environment, exquisitely furnished sea/pool view rooms, well-equipped dive center, luxurious spa treatment, and wide range of European and Indonesian delicacies, visitors shall not expect anything less from Tasik Ria.

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  • Tasik Ria Diving Resort Packages & Rates

    Tasik Ria Diving Resort & Rates 2010 – 2011

    Length of Trip Pool View Room Sea View Room Total Dives
    5 Days / 4 Nights S$799 S$869 9
    6 Days / 5 Nights S$1,019 S$1,109 12
    7 Days / 6 Nights S$1,239 S$1,349 15
    8 Days / 7 Nights S$1,459 S$1,589 18
    9 Days / 8 Nights S$1,679 S$1,829 21
    10 Days / 9 Nights S$1,899 S$2,069 24

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    All prices stated in the table above are in Singapore Dollars, unless otherwise stated. They are based on Twin Sharing and Full Board Accommodation. For more details of the available packages, please visit the Manado Dive Packages section.

    Reserve Your Space with Only a 30% Deposit and Pay the Balance 60 Days Prior to Departure

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    Resort Packages (based on 2 guest sharing) Includes

    All prices are per person and include accommodation, all meals, most drinks (drinking water, coffee, tea, etc.) and round trip transfer.

    For diving excursions to Lembeh Straits and Bangka Straits, additional surcharge applies.

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    Diving Packages Includes

    Professional dive master services, 3 boat dives daily with one dive to Bunaken Marine Park, scuba tanks, weights and weight belt.

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  • Additional Charges

    Flight Transfers, Equipment Rental and Marine Park fees are not included in the above prices and shall be paid for upon arrival.

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    Equipment rental is generally S$45.00 per day for a full set of equipment, depending on availability. Bunaken Marine Park fees are approximately IDR50,000 per day and IDR150,000 per year. PADI diving courses, and alcoholic beverages can be paid for at the resort. Night dive, Nitrox dive and House reef dive are charged separately from the packages. Pre-book for night and nitrox dives is strongly recommended to ensure availability.

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    The following table lists down the flights arrival at Manado. For the air transfers’ rates between Manado and the country of origin, you may visit http://www.wego.com/ and check out the list of flights available and their respective rates.

    Manado arrival flights
    Garuda Indonesia departing daily from Jakarta, arriving Manado at 12:50, 23:30 and 09:10 local time.
    Lion Air departing daily from Jakarta, arriving Manado at 23:05, 09:10 and 14:00 local time.
    Batavia Air departing daily from Jakarta, arriving Manado at 20:30 and 12:50 local time.
    Silk Air departing on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays from Singapore, arriving Manado at 13:05 local time.
    Merpati Nusantara Airlines departing on Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays from Jayapura, arriving Manado between 15:00 and 18:00 local time.
    Manado departure flights
    Garuda Indonesia departing daily for Jakarta at 13:30, 07:00 and 10:30 local time.
    Lion Air departing daily for Jakarta at 06:55, 09:50, 14:45 local time.
    Batavia Air departing daily for Jakarta at 07:00, 13:35 local time.
    Silk Air departing on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays for Singapore at 13:45 local time.
    Merpati Nusantara Airlines departing on Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays for Jayapura 04:45 local time.

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    Inclusive in all diver and non-diver package with any of the Manado Resorts.

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    Inclusive in all diver and non-diver package with any of the Manado Resorts.

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    Direct transfer from the Airport to the resort is available daily. The transfer time between the Airport and the resorts ranges from 25 minutes to an hour. No transit accommodation is needed in Manado. For transit accommodation in Jakarta, you may visit AsiaRooms to check out a comprehensive list of accommodations available.

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    Activity Rates
    1 Night Dive S$53.00 per diver per dive.
    PADI Open Water Referral S$338.00 for 4 Open Water Dives over 2 days of diving.
    PADI Open Water Course S$743.00 for Theory Session, Confined Pool Session, Open Water Dives with Certification.
    PADI Advanced Open Water Course S$599.00 for Advanced Open Water Dives with Certification.

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  • Manado Dive Discounts

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  • Tasik Ria Information

    Tasik Ria Dive Resort

    Tasik Ria Resort is located at the Northwest coast of North Sulawesi, 33km away from Sam Ratulangi International Airport (45 min on vehicle) and 20km away from Bunaken National Marine Park (45 min on boat). It offers divers superb diving experience with their comprehensive diving facilities including their newly renovated diving boats. Serene palm-tree environment, exquisitely furnished sea/pool view rooms, well-equipped dive center, luxurious spa treatment, and wide range of European and Indonesian delicacies, visitors shall not expect anything less from Tasik Ria.

    Besides the closely located Bunaken National Marine Park, Tasik Ria has a house reef a few minutes away from the jetty. Pipefish, sweetlips, trumpetfish, Mantis Shrimps and mandarinfish are regular visitors there. A good spot for divers yearning for more after exploring Bunaken National Marin Park.

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    On top of the usual diving spots at Bunaken Marine Park, Tasik ria also offer divers other exotic diving sites such as Lembeh Straits and Bangka Straits. These sites are known for muck diving, ideal places for micro lovers.

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  • Tasik Ria Resort Layout

  • Tasik Ria Rooms

    There are two types of rooms in Tasik Ria, standard pool view room and premium sea view room. For visitors who are seeking for a luxurious retreat, the premium sea view room will be an ideal choice with a private veranda looking out at the sea front all the way to the horizon. The following amenities can be found in the rooms:

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    • 2 Single-size Beds or 1 King-size Bed
    • Air-conditioning unit and fan
    • Colour TV with Satellite Channels
    • Mini Bar
    • Balcony with Pool View (Standard Pool View Room)
    • Private Veranda with Sea View (Premium Sea View Room)
    • Bedside Lamps
    • 220V Electrical Power Points
    • Private Bathroom (with hot water)
    • Basic Toiletries
    • Tea and Coffee making machine
    • Security Safe
    • IDD Phone

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  • Pool View Room

    Tasik Ria Resort room

  • Sea View Room

    Tasik Ria Resort room

  • Meals Inclusive

    Taik Ria Dive Resort Food

    The chefs are well trained to prepare European and Indonesian cuisines, and the types of food can range from freshly made croissant to spicy beef rendang catering to diners’ diffrent requirements. Depending on the period of visit, there are different themes on specific weekdays in the restaurant. If visitors are staying between April 2009 and March 2010, there will be an Indonesian Buffet on every Monday and BBQ on every Thursday. If visitors are staying between April 2010 and March 2011, there will be an Indonesian Buffet on every Sunday, Seafood Buffet on every Wednesday, BBQ Buffet on every Friday and Italian Cuisine on every Saturday.

  • Tasik Ria Resort Reviews

    Tasik Ria Resort Reviews

  • “As a hotel manager myself, I have great appreciation for how we were treated by everyone from front of house, F&B, dive center staff all the way down to the uber-chipper cleaning lady! We arrived in the evening without reservations and the reception was swift and flexible in getting us into a room. Most pleasant surprise for road-weary travelers like us walking into Western standard hospitality/efficiency with genuine Indo charm. Well done!! “ – Anonymous.

    “We were looked after so well by everyone. Everyone in the resort were so friendly, kind and helpful. The manager takes special attention to welcome all his guests and this also goes for the guys in the dive centre who were brilliant. We loved every minute of our 5 days of diving. On top of that, the wonderful spa, the jetty bar, wonderful! I would definitely recommend to a friend and hope to go back very soon.” – Shelley

    “The staff was great, the food was great, the room was great and the dive crew was great! I felt very safe above and under water and they took great care of our equipment throughout the duration of our stay. TONS of colorful little creatures I’ve never seen before, however, I didn’t see many large creatures and I got the impression that the visibility for our week wasn’t as great as it usually is. But overall you couldn’t find a nicer group of people in a more relaxing environment. Make sure you take a break from diving and spend some time at the pool bar!” – Thomas