This was my first dive in Papua New Guinea at the beautiful Tufi Resort
This dive was straight off the jetty on what's known as 'House Reef'. Although there was an amazing amount of species to see the dives taken by boat on the surrounding and outer reefs are far more incredible.
Tufi is located in Oro Province on the NE side of the mainland of Papua New Guinea approximately 250 kilometres ENE of the capital, Port Moresby. Only accessible by plane and by boat, the remoteness of Tufi adds to its allure.
It's a great place to relax but if you include the amazing fishing, colourful cultural tours to a nearby village and countless smiles of the locals that greet you, you will leave feeling touched by this place.
Situated between Lae and Alotau on the tip of Cape Nelson, Tufi is 130km E of Kokoda and 120km ESE of Popondetta, the capital of Oro Province.
Tufi Resort is set in a unique and pristine region of PNG.
With its clear waters, this region hosts some of the best diving in the world. From large coral outcrops and shelves to sandy cays, deep fjords and the surrounding rainforests, Tufi is the adventurer's paradise.
Check out my video clip below, shot on an old GoPro with a dive case/lens: