Diving & Snorkeling Papua New Guinea
Papua New Guinea has one of the most diverse and under-explored coral reef regions in the world. It has ship wrecks, abyss diving, and pristine marine conditions with unrecorded sealife. This is a guide to diving and snorkelling in the area.
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Access Air-conditioned rooms aircraft airport transfers anchor anchorage anemonefish anemones Bagabag barrel sponges barrier reef batfish beach best diving black coral Boat Expertise Rating BOB HALSTEAD Bommie Bootless Inlet channel coast colorful coral garden coral growth deep deeper dive boat dive sites divers dogtooth tuna drift dive drop-off eagle rays eastern side entrance fringing reef giant gorgonians grey reef sharks hammerhead harbor hard corals Intermediate Island Depth Range Kavieng Kimbe Bay lagoon lionfish Live-aboard Expertise Rating Location Loloata Madang manta rays marine Maru Milne Bay night dives northwest Novice nudibranchs numbers P.O. Box patch reefs pelagics photographers pipefish PNG's Port Moresby Rabaul reef fish reeftop Resort restaurant ridge Salamaua sand scorpionfish sea fans sea whips seamounts sheltered shrimp silvertip slight current slope snorkeling soft corals southeast trade winds Strait tide trevally trips Tufi turtles underwater village visibility Walindi wall wreck dive WWII