Lies on the east side of Bunaken, Sachiko’s Point is a steep slope dive with walls covered in wire corals and giant gorgonians. The little cracks alongside the walls are the perfect home for different species of moray eels.
The generous numbers of red-toothed triggerfish with their deep purple and blue-green markings and black snapper dart from one point to another alongside Napoleon wrasse, batfish, and jacks. Green turtles are also plentiful here, swimming gracefully.
The chance to encounter bigger fish like reef sharks and eagle rays is wide open, especially in the deeper waters. The currents here can be strong, but shelters are available in the corners of the walls.