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Diving in Tonga

The Tongan archipelago consists of 176 islands, roughly the same number of marine species divers encounter in their first hour exploring the Kingdom’s coral reefs, caves and crystal clear waters. With sea turtles, manta rays, tuna, marlin and wahoo combining with even bigger creatures like whale sharks; Tonga is a destination with underwater thrills on a truly grand scale.

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Diving in Timor Leste

Timor-Leste has some of the most pristine, ecologically diverse and least explored dive sites on the globe. The marine life is abundant, with colourful hard and soft corals as well as a vivid array of reef fish. Open water species such as tuna and mackerel are encountered along with harmless reef and whale sharks, manta rays, turtles and the more elusive dugongs. In more sheltered sites you’ll marvel at the variety of fascinating smaller critters – displaying weird and wonderful shapes and colours.

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Diving in Solomon Islands

Guadalcanal, Western and Central Provinces are where spectacular dive spots are located. Although you can snorkel almost off any island and be amazed enough already. Having being located within the Coral Triangle Region which is recognized as the global center of biodiversity and a global priority for conservation. All dive sites offers an entertaining underwater life with magnificent marine biodiversity including spectacular corals and countless fish life. World class sunken World War II vessels, planes and other remains will make your diving more fascinating in the Solomon Islands.

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Diving in Papua New Guinea

Papua New Guinea is one of the best dive destinations in the world. The coast of Papua New Guinea is home to some of the world’s most spectacular diving – dubbed as the ‘underwater photographer’s paradise’, with many international award-winning photos being taken in PNG waters. Located in the Indo-Pacific Area, experts say that the oceans surrounding Papua New Guinea have up to twice as many marine species as the waters of the Red Sea and up to five times as many as the Caribbean.

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Diving in Palau

Palau is where divers can have it all, more sea life and shipwrecks than other island destinations, and an incredible 400 species of reef-building hard corals and 150 species of soft corals, gorgonians, and sea pens, Palau also has at least 1,450 species of reef fish. There are over 60 dive sites, as well as 60 sunken ships and aircraft, reminders of the titanic battle fought here during World War II.

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