Bunaken Marine Park, located in North Sulawesi, Indonesia, is a renowned marine conservation area spanning 890 km². It’s part of the Coral Triangle, a global epicenter of marine biodiversity. The park features pristine coral reefs, teeming with over 2000 species of fish, various corals, and vibrant marine life. Divers and snorkelers are drawn to its crystal-clear waters, vertical walls, and underwater caves. Protecting diverse ecosystems, including seagrass beds and mangroves, Bunaken is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, preserving the marine environment for future generations.