There are over 50 scuba diving sites around the resort. So, some of the wall dives around the Bunaken National Marine Park descend quite deep. More importantly, the area contains 390 species of coral, and over 2000 species of fish. So, you may see seahorses, frogfish, sharks, and whale sharks, but you might also see dugongs too. In addition, a 30-40 min boat ride from Mercure Manado Tateli Beach Resort, chambered nautiluses rise up from depth at night. Down below 100m a brown species of coelacanth lobefin fish thought extinct for some 65 million years, hide in caves and under overhangs. Finally, there are more than a dozen muck dive locations near the resort. Some of these dive sites include: City Extra, Reef, Tahjung Bulo, and the Molas Wreck.
Eco divers is the onsite dive center for Mercure Manado Tateli Beach Resort. They have their own marina here where Purpose-boats take you out for two morning dives, for all day 3-tank dives, or for night dives. 12 divers can go on one boat, but they limit each dive group size to one guide to every 4 divers to give you the utmost safety and personal experience. Between dives they offer complimentary snacks, juice, coffee and tea. Likuan 2 at Bunaken Island is one of the most requested dive sites. So, a camera room. storage and outlets are also available. Moreover, they have a sister dive center at Eco Divers in Lembeh Strait.
Some things to do while at the Mercure Manado Tateli Beach Resort include relaxing by the pool or in the lounge chairs next to the raised beach. Walking along the beach or the harbor seawall you can view Manado Tua Island across the waves. So, there is also a spa, gym, tennis court, volleyball court, ping pong table, and souvenir shop. Furthermore, breakfast may be served over by the Pool Bar. The Kopi O serves international food buffet style, and the Artista Lounge and Restaurant serves a la carte meals.