Located on a cliff top terrace off the north eastern coastline of Papua New Guinea is the Tufi Resort. Surrounded by dense tropical forest and panoramic views the resort has been built finely in tune with its beautiful surroundings. The deluxe bungalows have polished timber floors and the walls are lined with traditional woven material. Featured are plenty of well thought out additions to make your stay that little bit more welcoming and comfortable including private balconies and day beds. A pool provides a cooling break between activities, again offering exceptional views of the surrounding scenery whilst evenings can be spent enjoying a BBQ under starlit skies.
Tufi Resort offers varied and high quality diving opportunities from World War Wrecks to premier muck diving spots and rich reefs. The Tufi wharf was originally occupied by the Japanese and there still remains a large amount of wreckage and debris, including PT Boats, a large concrete boat, empty 200 litre drums and anti-tank barriers to explore.
When descending down a submerged mooring buoy, the diver is immediately greeted by a large school of very big batfish. Because this wreck is seldom dived, they are not afraid of divers and come within touching distance. Below them are large schools of pelagic and various varieties of sharks. Tufi Resort also has a number of incredibly rich reefs to throw into the mix with enormous gorgonian fans, barrel sponges and schooling reef fish large and small.
Enquiry for Tufi Resort | PNG
Phone: 0117 369 0443
Canningford House, 38 Victoria Street, Bristol, BS1 6BX