Muka Kampung Dive Site

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Muka Kampung is the dive site where I could see the most turtles ever.

I haven’t counted them but I think I saw around 10, within an hour. This is a record for me. You can see turtles quite everywhere in Bunaken, but Muka Kampung is a must for me!

It is a very easy dive, with very little current. The wall on which you dive is covered with soft and hard corals, with many colourful sea fans.

I would recommend taking a torch on this site, there are so many cavities to explore with the light. Many nudibranchs are living on this wall. But there is also a lot to see in the big blue.

You just need to turn around to get in a cloud of pyramid butterflyfishes or redtoothed triggerfishes. This site is full of life, there is too much to see!

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