Samalona Island located in the Makassar Strait, which is one of the several islands in the cluster of Spermonde islands in the Makassar city. Development in Samalona Island involves the tourism stakeholders consisting of government, private sector, and the community. The purpose of this study were to identify the profile and tourism attractions on the Samalona Island, the role of stakeholders in the Samalona Island development, and the supporting and inhibiting factors of stakeholder roles in Samalona Island development. Samalona Island is an island that has the potential of maritime tourism, such as snorkeling. The development of the Samalona Island involves the tourism stakeholders consisting of government through the Disparekraf Makassar, tourism businesses and local communities. The stakeholders roles in the development of Samalona Island include the provision of infrastructure, human resource development, local development, promotion, and CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility). Supporting factors in Samalona Island development is involvement of local communities in the management and support of the private sector. Inhibiting factors in the development of the Samalona Island are Disparekraf roles is not maximized, local communities as a professional tour players are still lacking, and lack of coordination of the various stakeholders.