Tufi Resort – Blenny Puzzle

One of the most magical Scuba Diving places I’ve ever visited is hands down the Tufi Resort in Papua New Guinea. It’s only about an hour flight away from the capital, Port Moresby. PNG Air will fly you right to the doorstep of the resort (runway literally at the edge of resort) in about an hours time. With water temperatures of about 27-30C and great visibility (20m+) you’re in for a real treat at this resort. You can find loads of macro diving inside the “fjords” of Tufi and you…

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MV Oceania Puzzle – Anemone Fish

The most luxurious and comfortable liveaboard you can find in Papua New Guinea is without a doubt the MV Oceania. This beautiful catamaran sails, depending on the time of year, all around Papua New Guinea. Walindi is the MV Oceania’s home base (great base to start your scuba trip from or extend your scuba holiday).  Diving in Papua New Guinea is incredibly diverse and colourful. One of the very frequently seen creatures is the pink skunk anemone fish. Mike Workman, trip director on the MV Oceania, took a beautiful picture…

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Rabaul-Kokopo Puzzle

One morning in Port Moresby (capital of Papua New Guinea), I met Gavin Cathcart – owner of Rabaul-Kokopo-Dive. When he told me that every morning his dive shop got visited by 200/300 spinner dolphins…. I couldn’t believe it! I knew I had to see that for myself. And I did…..! Enjoy making this puzzle. It’s a picture that I took myself whilst in the water with them. Oh and once you’re finished (but only once you’re finished…) check out the video too!

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World War II landtour in Rabaul, Papua New Guinea

Papua New Guinea is one of those perfect scuba dive destinations where you can combine really good diving with some interesting land excursions. During my stay in Rabaul I did a landtour with Rabaul-Kokopo Dive where I visited many different sites that told the rich WWII history. During WWII Rabaul was in hands of the Japanese. During that time the Japanese build many underground buildings, forcing locals and prisoners, to build the tunnels for them. There’s even a 5 floor deep underground hospital. A lot of that time has been…

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