TAWALI DIVE RESORT
Tawali Dive Resort is in a secluded area of Milne Bay amongst local fishing villages & accessible only by boat. Built on a limestone bluff eighty feet above the water & constructed by local craftsmen.
You will find unique, beautifully hand-carved totems throughout the resort & decorative woodwork, in the spacious main lodge, with some of these works of art taking two years to complete, all part of the Milne Bay culture.
Covered walkways connect modern guest bungalows, with ensuites, complete with private balconies overlooking Hoia Bay.
Tawali offers guests a private retreat in which to enjoy the wonders of PNG.
Milne Bay is on the “must-do” list for divers
At the south-eastern tip of the main island of New Guinea lies the province of Milne Bay & what many consider to be some of the best all-around scuba diving in Papua New Guinea. The diversity, abundance & quality of the dive sites in the area is amazing, with the famous muck diving sites at Lawadi & Observation Point, to renowned Manta Cleaning Station “Giant at Home” near Samarai Island.
Sprinkle into this mix some of the many WWII wrecks in the area, such as the BlackJack B17F Flying Fortress bomber just off the beach at Cape Vogel, and some of the superb reefs, and it’s easy to understand Milne Bay is on the “must-do” list for most divers.
Milne Bay, Papua New Guinea
The average water temperature varies very little from 26-30C (82-862F). Visibility in the region ranges from 20 – 40m depending on the conditions, but you can be assured of amazing diving.