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Not many things compete with the views and services of Tufi Resort except for the diving! Whether it's hammerhead sharks, mantas, eaglerays, turtles, schools of barracuda, the occasional dugong or the many wrecks - some of which have not even been named yet - Tufi has pretty much everything! For the officianado of critters, muck diving will astound you: nudibranchs of all colors and shapes, Mandarin fish, ghost pipefish, pygmy seahorses and a plethora of other fascinating creatures. Hard & soft corals compete for your attention in a pristine environment where visibility is measured in terms of 140-150 feet!

    The "house reef" offers superb diving both day and night. Here you can wall dive amongst soft corals, fans and a very healthy fish population. Excellent hard corals and sea whips entice you in visibility that seems endless. Epaulette sharks, decorator crabs, octopus and morey eels come out to play at night making this a great night dive.

    This small patch of reef draws a slight current that entices reef sharks, turtles, barracuda and Spanish mackerel. On the reef top, amongst the prolific staghorn corals are spiny lobster & morey eels. The reef walls support great growths of soft corals and fans.

    A favorite of the dive team! This deep dive provides experienced divers with the opportunity to see large schools of barracuda, sharks and pelagics. Frequent regular visitors to this dive site are manta rays and giant groupers. Tony's Bommie always has great action going on and never disappoints!

    This is just one of the many outer reefs - some of which have not even earned names yet. Dogtooth tuna and sharks patrol amongst the numerous schools of fish. Wall dives, drift dives excite the experienced divers while nearby reef patches on a sandy bottom beckon our newer divers and offer great snorkeling as well.

    An excellent dive site on an astounding reef. In a region where typical visibility can be 130ft this reef site often offers 165ft visibility. All the better to dive this steep wall where hammerhead sharks, dogtooth tuna, Spanish mackerel, reef sharks and other pelagics compete for your attention. The reef top is carpeted with staghorn and plate corals in excellent condition. Cuts and crevices sculpture the drop-off and giant sponges are prolific. You can spend your safety stop amongst schools of small fish on the top of this pristine reef.

    The resort wharf will never cease to amaze you! Perched at the tip of land dividing two fjords, this area was a base for US PT boats during WW11. Here you can dive in and out of the remains of two PT boats - including a deck gun and loaded torpedo tube. In shallower waters you can spend countless tanks of air and rolls of film with fascinating critters which include an amazing array of nudibranchs.

    On many exploratory dives you'll have the opportunity to discover and perhaps name one of the many new sites that are being discovered every week! Wether it's a wall dive, a new reef or bommie or perhaps even a previously undiscovered wreck - your imagination and adrenaline will be challenged on these exploratory excursions.


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