One of the wonderful things about Papua New Guinea is the variety of diving areas. It is a vast country and you could easily spend months just diving here; the offshore reefs of Tufi, the sharks of New Ireland, macro in Milne Bay and pristine reefs at Walindi to name but a few make for a very special diving trip. Add in lots to explore on land both in terms of culture and wildlife and you can see why we are such big fans of Papua New Guinea.
Where to Go Diving in Papua New Guinea
Where to go in Papua New Guinea
Milne Bay is where diving started in Papua New Guinea. It is home to world-class reefs, macro and muck diving and is a highlight of any diving...
Within the coral triangle, the centre of marine biodiversity which has the highest diversity of tropical fish and coral in the world, are the...
These waters are famed for the current and big pelagics that come with it. The place used to be overrun with sharks but dubious finning practices...
Tufi is home to stunning offshore reefs (where you may find an albino hammerhead) and wonderful cultural activities. It should be near the top...
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Luxury Hotels in Papua New Guinea
Based off the coast of Australia, True North offers some of the best opportunities for remote and unspoilt diving in Australia, Papua New Guinea...
Located on a volcanic bluff overlooking the clear protected waters of Milne Bay and accessible only by boat, the Tawali Resort offers a unique...
Walindi Plantation Resort
Around the waters of West New Britain lie some of the very best diving that Papua New Guinea has to be offer; home to some of the most pristine...
The MV FeBrina liveaboard dive boat allows you to experience those remote and incredible dive spots of New Britain in great comfort.
Lissenung Island Resort
The island province of New Ireland in the far north of Papua New Guinea is a two-hour flight from Port Moresby. From the provincial capital of...
Tufi Dive Resort
Located in Oro Province in the south east of mainland of Papua New Guinea, the Tufi Dive Resort is a small, remote resort of just 25 rooms that...
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Best Diving in the World
There's no finer way of starting a 'discussion' on a dive boat than proclaiming one destination or another to be the home of the 'best diving in the world.' Not to be the ones who shy away from controversial topics, we're going to try to tackle this hot topic in a very general way. Each of…View more on the blog
Best Macro Diving in the World
Every diver is different. There are divers who travel far and wide in search of the next best wreck to explore, those who can't get enough of megafauna or 'the big stuff', then there are those of us who can't keep our eyes off the seafloor, searching for the extraordinary, tucked away within…View more on the blog
The Best Coral Diving in the World
When most of us began our diving journey, we envisioned ourselves in turquoise waters, exploring vibrant coral reefs and swimming through shoals of shimmering fish. That, and hanging out on a white sand beach, sipping on coconut water during surface intervals (go on, tell us we're wrong).…View more on the blog
Hope Spots for a Healthier Blue World
When asked what her favourite dive destination in the world is, Sylvia Earle - National Geographic Explorer, marine biologist, oceanographer, author, teacher and all-around phenomenal ocean advocate - said:View more on the blog
Where to Dive in Spring
Spring in Blighty: a season typified by daffodils in full bloom, the half-forgotten sensation of warm sun on bare skin and channelling The Sound of Music while frolicking through fields. But lest we forget, the British weather can be rather… unpredictable. Elsewhere, however, some of our…View more on the blog