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About us - Sangalaki Dive Lodge

How many times have you wished that you had the chance to visit a new dive destination before the rest of the world "Discovered" it. Sangalaki is such a place, and we want to share it with you. The Island of Sangalaki is located off the East coast of the Indonesian portion of Borneo. The Sangalaki Dive Lodge resort is uncrowded, the diving is spectacular, and exotic marine life that you've probably only seen in National Geographic is plentiful. You'll see Cuttlefish, Blue Ribbon Eels, Frogfish, Turtles, Manta Rays, Sharks, DOZENS of Species of Nudibranchs, HUNDREDS of species of hard and soft corals schools of brightly colored Fusaliers and ZILLIONS of colorful reef fishes. 

The Island of Sangalaki and its’ surrounding reefs are protected as an Indonesian Marine Park. Without the destructive effects of explosives and cyanide fishing, Sangalaki has remained a pristine example of an untouched tropical marine ecosystem. In a world where every resort claims to be situated in a "diver’s paradise", Sangalaki truly deserves the honor.
Unlike other Island resorts in the area, Sangalaki has its emphasis on Conservation & Ecology; less that 3% of the Island is built upon, leaving the Tropical Rainforest to its’ natural inhabitants and visiting guests.
Sangalaki is the prime nesting site for Green Sea Turtles in South East Asia.

This is not designed or intended to be a busy commercialized dive resort. Its focus is on simplicity, conservation and outstanding diving with total emphasis on a personalized service. We try to keep the maximum number of guests on the Island at 10. This way we run the resort as you want it, not with a fixed schedule!


2017 Sangalaki Dive Lodge, Berau, East Kalimantan, Indonesia.