Dive Madang's spectacular reefs, wrecks and coral, home of soldier fish, angelfish and snapper, or take a current dive and swim with the barracuda as they hunt for smaller fish. Black coral trees and gorgonian fans beckon the diver to tarry longer under the sea. The "Hole in the Wall" offers a protected lagoon for the novice and the entrance to "Dedo's drop-off" challenges the more experienced diver.
Walindi, located on the North Coast of New Britain is world renowned. The resort's guest book reads like a guide to Who's Who in the world of Sport Diving and Underwater Photography. Voted as the best diving Resort anywhere in the world by reader surveys, the staff and hospitality at Walindi will ensure your stay is memorable.
The Tufi region is the undiscovered Mecca for diving enthusiasts. Blessed with unequalled marine diversity, an unspoilt pristine environment, and untouched WWII historical dive sites, Tufi is the ultimate dive destination. Just a short flight due east of the PNG capital, Port Moresby, discover majestic fjords, the beauty of the reef and rainforest, and the unique unexplored diving opportunities of the Solomon Sea.
Tawali Resort is the newest of the dive resorts in PNG and is located just around the corner from Milne Bay. The resort is located near Alotau, just a stone's throw from East Cape. A 90-minute car ride along the Milne Bay coast and through some beautiful forest followed by a 15-minute boat ride will get you from Alotau to the resort.
The entire north coast becomes another wondrous world of discovery and delight for snorkellers, divers and those interested in marine ecology. Take a traditional canoe ride over crystal waters teeming with fish and blanketed in coral to an uninhabited island for a guided nature walk. Marvel at the plant life and tree species growing on ancient volcanic rocks swept by ocean spray. A short distance by road reveals a traditional village where people still make use of and live in harmony with their natural surroundings. These gentle people guide us through the forest to show how they use the plants and fruits for both medicinal and ceremonial purposes. Watch women as they work dressed in skirts, made as they have been for centuries, from local grasses and colored from natural dyes of forest plants, berries and earthen clays.
Malolo Plantation Lodge is accessible by road and is only 45 minutes drive from Madang.
Ambua Lodge is an inspired mixture of local architecture, spectacular views and modest luxury off the beaten track. Located at 7000 feet (2100 meters) in the PNG Southern Highlands, homeland of the Huli clan with their human hair wigs adorned with colourful flowers. Recipient of the 1991 Pacific Asia Travel Association's "Pacific Heritage Award" which sighted Ambua Lodge as "superb example of culturally sensitive and ecological responsible tourism". Ambua Lodge has thirteen species of birds of paradise close by and an amazing array of orchids.
Karawari Lodge, on a ridge overlooking the Karawari River, in the Sepik region, is a time-warped mixture of pre-technological and technoloical architecture - is the perfect base for some old-fashioned jungle, river and village exploration. You are in the middle of Arambak country-- locals pole dug-out canoes, the drums throb, the wild birds call, and, traditional village lifestyles continue largely unchanged.
The Sepik Spirit is a 'floating lodge', permanently moored in the mysterious middle reaches of the Sepik River. It is the ultimate base for the discerning adventurer who likes to return to air-conditioned hospitality after a day of exploring. With just nine rooms and a maximum of eighteen guests, the Sepik Spirit is the ideal place for dive groups' land extensions. Ask about booking the entire Sepik Spirit for your group.
Trans Niugini Tours offers a number of land based tour packages as well as providing customised itineraries to suit the discerning traveller. We cater to people seeking a unique and intimate insights into the culture and ecology of Papua New Guinea - a land full of mystery and adventure, a land that continues to fascinated anthropologists and naturalists alike. With nearly 800 languages and mountains over 14,000ft high - Papua New Guinea is an extraordinary destination, and Trans Niugini Tours knows Papua New Guinea like no other.