Pacific Ocean Diving Holidays
Diving in the Pacific Ocean is known to be some of the best in the world. Diverse marine life including sharks, turtles with a spectacular seascape with sea mounds, drop offs, walls and corals as far as the eye can see.
WHY WE LOVE DIVING IN THE PACIFIC OCEAN
Truk - The ULTIMATE wreck diving destination
Remote and stunning locations
The breathtaking sea mounds of PNG
PACIFIC OCEAN GALLERY
Truk Lagoon is on the bucket list of every serious diver. Join us in November for a once in a lifetime trip!
Diving in the Pacific Ocean
There is no disputing the fact that Truk Lagoon is the ultimate wreck diving destination, and despite the long haul to get there, this destination really delivers the goods! The fleet of Japanese vessels on the sea bed, often referred to as 'The Ghost Fleet' are simply amazing, and not reserved just for Technical divers either - depths range from as shallow at 15m. And whilst Truk is best known for its phenomenal wreck diving, the reefs are plentiful and packed with marine life.
The Solomon Islands offer a unique dive holiday. Explore the colourful reefs, distinct marine species and WWII history beneath the surface. Mostly undiscovered, the Solomon Islands provide a wide range of diving experiences including caverns, wrecks, reefs and walls, soft corals and enormous sea fans.
Papua New Guinea is remote but worth the trip! Located in the Coral Triangle, surrounded by the Bismarck, Coral and Solomon Seas, Papua New Guinea has a stunning array of marine life with sea mounds, barrier reefs, coral walls, and sea grass beds along with World War II wrecks.
Explore our favourite diving destinations
- Sea Passion Hotel is located on Malakal island, in the state of Koror. A small boutique hotel with a variety of rooms available. The resort offers a nice open air restaurant, a pool and an amazing private beach with great views of Rock Islands.
- Palau is among the best dive destinations in the world, famous for its rich underwater environment, healthy hard and soft coral gardens, vast amount of sea life, exciting World War II Wrecks, caves and most importantly the protection of sharks. ©
- Truk Stop Hotel is situated on the island of Weno, the capital island of Chuuk State, and the largest island in Truk Lagoon. It’s one mile south of Chuuk International airport, close to the main shopping area. Still a family run business, operating since 1993, the owners Bill and Kiki can still be seen here every day.
- Blue Lagoon is located at the centre of "Operation Hailstone,” the U.S. Navy Attack on Truk Lagoon that took place in February 1944. Many WWII relics left the the Imperial Japanese Navy remain on the resort premises, including defensive “pillboxes.”
- MV Oceania is the newest addition to the liveaboard diving in the waters of Papua New Guinea with itineraries including Kimbe Bay, Fathers Reefs and the Witu Islands.
- MV FeBrina dives the areas of Kimbe Bay, the surrounding waters along the northern coast of New Britain such as Witu Islands to the northwest and Fathers Reefs to the east, the Rabaul area and the Southern coastline of New Britain. © Peter Lange
- Walindi Plantation Resort is nestled on the shores of Kimbe Bay and Max and Cecilie Benjamin, their family and staff have been proudly showing off the Kimbe Bay reefs to visiting divers for over 30 years.
- Papua New Guinea is located in the Coral Triangle, the centre of marine biodiversity which boasts the highest diversity of tropical fish and coral in the world.
- In 1989 MV Bilikiki sailed as the first full service luxury live aboard dive vessel in the Solomon Islands. Her large size and a hull that was built for South Pacific seas are the two main reasons why guests from around the world say that the Bilikiki is one of the most spacious and comfortable vessels that they have travelled on. © Jo O'Shea
- The Solomon Islands are characterised more than anything, by the sea that surrounds it. The Solomons are located within the Coral Triangle. Here, the waters have been nominated as one of Oceania's Seven Natural Wonders and described as the 'Amazon of the Ocean' for its huge diversity of corals and marine life.
EXPLORE THE PACIFIC OCEAN
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