With the most exotic marine critters on the planet it is easy to see why divers are looking beyond the coral for the best muck diving in the coral triangle.
Where can you go that’s good for both divers and non-divers? Our recommendations for the best snorkelling (and diving) locations in the South Pacific.
Check out this stunning new video of Magical Munda. Click here to find out how to win a dive trip for 2 to Munda worth $4500.
Dumaguete is famous for frogfish. Nowhere else can you tick off more frogfish species in a single dive, or in fact become a PADI-certified Frogfish Expert.
Diving Walindi Plantation Resort, Kimbe Bay, Papua New Guinea. This boutique resort features high on lists of the world’s best dive resorts.
Here are our recommendations for the best August dive destinations, best weather, best viz and best pelagic marine encounters.
Lady Elliot Island and Lady Musgrave Island are home to spectacular coral reefs. They’re so close together that you can visit both ladies in one trip!
The Ex-HMAS Tobruk wreck in Queensland is a dive that will challenge and excite both long-time wreck enthusiasts and the more casual divers among us.
Photographer Pete McGee was one of the lucky first passengers on the brand new MV Oceania in PNG. Here’s his review of this luxury dive liveaboard.
Diving Port Moresby, PNG, you’ll find it deserves more of your underwater attention than a mere layover en-route to Kimbe Bay, Tufi & Kavieng.
Famous for WWII wrecks, diving Tulagi in the Solomons is appealing to lovers of rust, but this area also has wonderful coral reefs and even muck diving.
Diving Cod Hole, one of the most popular dive sites on the Great Barrier Reef. Julia D’Orazio shares her recent experience on board Spirit of Freedom.