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A list of the best rated scuba dive sites in Papua New Guinea.

Yokohama Maru

 
 
 
 
 
Rated 5.0, 4 votes

The Yokohama Maru is an extremely deep dive, which should only be done by technical divers. It was built in 1912 as an armed passenger and cargo vessel for the Japanese and traveled mainly between Japan and Guam. During the war it was transformed in a troop transport vehicle. It was taken down near Salamaua in March 1942 by a USS Lexington carrier aircraft. The wreck will appear at about 40 meters of depth, in excellent visibility, while the top of the wreck, the bridge, is located at a depth of...

Daisy's Drop-Off

 
 
 
 
 
Rated 5.0, 1 votes

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Peer's Reef

 
 
 
 
 
Rated 5.0, 1 votes

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Dinah's Beach

 
 
 
 
 
Rated 5.0, 1 votes

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Sullivan's Patches

 
 
 
 
 
Rated 5.0, 1 votes

Sullivan Patches consists out of two reefs perpendicular to each other and the complete site is too large to see everything with one dive. In the early 1980s there was a crown of thorn starfish outbreak and they literally ate the reef. The coral took years to grow back, but now it has succeeded and nothing can be seen any more of the enormous apatite of the starfish. It has clear and deep waters all around and a shallow reef top, which are excellent conditions for marine life and prolific coral...

Suzie's Bommie

 
 
 
 
 
Rated 5.0, 1 votes

Suzie's bommie is located near the sunken barrier about 15 kilometers away from Port Moresby. It is a coral tower that rises from about 35 meters of depth to around 12 meters below the surface. Invertebrates such as the pygmy seahorses, which live on gorgonian sea fans, is definitely the number one reason to dive here. Macro photographers will have a good time, because other small creatures such as nudibranchs and flatworms also inhabit this area. Near the top of the reef live tens of lionf...

Kimbe Bay

 
 
 
 
 
Rated 5.0, 1 votes

Finding dive shops can be hard and in general it is better to arrange this beforehand. Kimbe Bay in West New Britain is famous for its coral formations. Because the reefs here are sheltered, huge and delicate coral formations can grow here. Water temperatures range from 28 degrees in June up to 30 degrees in February. The rainy season is from January to March, which is also the season with the hardest wind. Land temperatures are 28 degrees all year round. ...

Banana Bommie

 
 
 
 
 
Rated 4.7, 3 votes

Banana Bommie is a well known dive site with a lot of marine and coral life. Many divers refer to it as a big aquarium, but than better. Banana Bommie is a small coral bommie coming from 43 meters and rising all the way up to 2 meters below the surface.The dive site is small and can easily be dived with a single tank only. Many think the west side is the best, but actually that depends on the currents, which can also be at another side of the reef. Go to the south side for some astonishing soft ...

Pete Biplane Wreck

 
 
 
 
 
Rated 4.5, 2 votes

This aircraft, officially named the Mitsubishi F1M Bi-Plane, is a Japanese aircraft used as an observation plane during World War II. Its nickname Pete was given to it by the allied forces that eventually brought her down. The plane lies at a depth of 30 meters completely in an up-right position. Many parts can still be seen because the somewhat fragile plane has been preserved excellent. You can see the cockpit with some instruments and controls still in place. As well as the wings, engines, pr...

Conflict Islands

 
 
 
 
 
Rated 3.5, 8 votes

The Conflict Islands, in Milne Bay off the south east corner of Papua New Guinea are a unique group of absolutely beautiful, unspoiled and basically uninhabited islands, still in their natural state with an abundance of marine and bird life. These World Heritage Marine Sanctuary listed Islands, which are the tops of an extinct underwater volcano, have many beautiful reefs and drops providing superb snorkeling and scuba diving, wonderful fishing & kayaking and many beautiful beach walks in an...