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Papua New Guinea

About Papua New Guinea

The wild and primitive island country of Papua New Guinea is at the top of most diver’s dream destination list. The epic diving in the areas including Milne Bay, Kimbe Bay and the Solomon Sea offer divers a diversity of diving experiences that few, if any, other destinations can match.

Trips to Papua New Guinea

Papua New Guinea Travel Information

The wild and primitive island country of Papua New Guinea is at the top of most diver’s dream destination list. The epic diving in the areas including Milne Bay, Kimbe Bay and the Solomon Sea offer divers a diversity of diving experiences that few, if any, other destinations can match. From pass diving in Kavieng to diving with Orcas in Kimbe to muck diving in Milne and diving the pinnacles of the Solomon Sea, not to mention the World War II wrecks of Rabaul and Bootless Bay, there is enough to fill countless dive expeditions to this part of the world. Traveling through Papua New Guinea is an adventure in itself. The country is just as culturally diverse – over 800 languages are spoken and village life is much like it was 100 years ago.

Experiencing tribal life in Papua New Guinea is as eye-opening an experience as the diving. Take a cruise into PNG’s interior on the Sepik River, stay in one of the country’s wilderness lodges or, if you really want an authentic experience, we can arrange a stay at Kofure Village with the Toru-Yariyari clan in the Tufi region. Located on a palm-fringed beach inside a barrier reef and accessible only by outrigger canoe, Chief Davidson Yariyari and all of the villagers welcome visitors who want to personally experience their idyllic way of life.

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