Pristine Paradise is a newly opened dive resort in Una Una, Sulawesi. It is Dutch/Indonesian owned and run and is developed in close cooperation with the local community.
We currently have six cozy wooden bungalows close to the beach that all have running water, king-size bed, bathroom and terrace with hammock. Three meals a day and free coffee, tea, water are included.
We’re often asked about the meaning of ‘pristine’. In our view it means as much as untouched or no human activity yet. We are situated on a remote island, full of coconut trees, with a small local community mainly occupied by working these trees. Time passes slowly, with no signs that life changed here in the past decades.
This authentic small community atmosphere is made part of our resort, resulting in a great vibe with plenty of smiles.
For diving we use new state-of-the-art scuba dive equipment (Aqualung, Tusa, etc) and employ professional and experienced people with deep knowledge of the local submarine environment.
Due to the remoteness and almost uninhabited state in the last decades, the corals are untouched and thriving, attracting a diverse marine life with massive schools of fish.
But Una Una offers more than only the submarine beauty, read more about it here: