NUNUKAN ISLAND RESORT
WELCOME TO NUNUKAN ISLAND RESORT
The Nabucco’s Nunukan Island Resort, which opened in August 2008, offers the perfect symbiosis of total relaxation in first-class designer bungalows and the ultimate diving experience. This enchanting island is located off the east coast of Kalimantan on the southern tip of the Maratua Atoll on the island of Bakungan. This is a heavenly place for adventurous divers, those seeking peace and quiet and nature lovers who are looking for a unique nature experience in stylish accommodation. Because in addition to the fantastic house reef, which can be reached directly from your own jetty, there are two large untouched atolls further south (Mataha and Bilang Bilang) that are waiting to be explored. The proven and well-known concept of the Nabucco Resorts to adapt the destination to the environment has been further optimized on Nunukan Island, so the bungalows are built with materials typical of the country. Solar energy is used to generate hot water.
The stylishly furnished bungalows are located directly on the white sandy beach. All bungalows are equipped with a four-poster bed with mosquito net, air conditioning, fan, minibar, safe, toilet and shower with hot and cold water. From the covered, but open bathroom, the breathtaking view of the turquoise lagoon can be enjoyed. There is also a large terrace with a huge lounger for relaxing. For sun junkies there are beach chairs in front of the bungalows.
On the northeast side of the island is the restaurant, which was built on 3 levels and is connected by small wooden bridges. During the delicious meals you have a wonderful view of the open sea. Breakfast and lunch are served “a la carte”. In the evening, the starry sky over Lake Sulawesi conjures up the perfect ambience for the freshly prepared 4-course menu.
Next to the restaurant, the bar was partly built around the trees and is a cozy meeting point for a tropical cocktail or a cold beer. And of course, talking shop about the dives you have completed should not be missing.