In Bunaken Island in East Likupang, you’ll find Pulisan Beach. Beautiful sand beach, exotic rocks, and hills savanna views; this complete scenery can be found on Pulisan Beach, Likupang District, North Minahasa Regency, North Sulawesi.
This beach is about 500 meters long and is skirted by high cliffs. The road to the beach is long and rough but absolutely worth the bumpy ride.
On the west side of the beach is a protected forest with a variety of trees that are hundreds of years old.
You can walk through the forest and find other small beaches where you can jump from rock outcrops into the water. There are also rock pools and caves to explore here.
This is one of the favorite beaches among local tourists since the beach is booming some time ago.
Pulisan beach is different from another coastal tourist area in North Sulawesi, the three scenic spot of sand, stone, and savanna is the thing that makes it different.
Moreover, the view from the underwater is also stunning. For those who love snorkeling, this place will be the right place to go. The beautiful cliff is also can be found here and make a dramatic nuance.
This beach has three parts of sections separated by a stone cliff that is adjacent to the sea. The first spot is the area maintained by the inhabitants of Pulisan Village.
The most interesting location from this Pulisan beach is the cave. The cave here is not really a cave but a stone cliff that bending down into the sea that is similar to the cave.
You can also be swimming around the exotic greyish rock around the sea. Everything is so stunning here.