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The clear, calm, protected waters of Tufi, with its tropical fjords, are perfect for macro & muck diving, such as you find on the popular house reef, a 3-minute walk from the resort. PNG at its best.
This is unquestionably a unique and very special experience.
Tufi, a personalised boutique resort, is a hidden oasis nestled atop a breath-taking fjord, with 180º panoramic views of the sea, fjords and mountains.
The deluxe bungalows have polished timber floors and the walls are lined with traditional woven material. All the creature comforts are available, including insect screens, 24 hour electricity, air-conditioning, hot water, bedroom with en suite, bar fridge, coffee and tea making facilities.
Most bungalows have verandas overlooking the Coral Sea or Tufi fjord.
The deluxe bungalows have polished timber floors and the walls are lined with traditional woven material. All creature comforts are available, including insect screens, 24 hour electricity, air-conditioning, hot water, bedroom with en-suite, mini-bar, coffee and tea making facilities. Most bungalows have verandas overlooking the Coral Sea or Tufi fjord.
· Deluxe Bungalows are fully air-conditioned, screened and fanned, with private balconies and ensuites
· Standard Bungalows are air-conditioned, screened and fanned, ensuites, some with private balconies
· Family Bungalows are two adjoining standard bungalows sharing a common bathroom
Amenities include BBQ, bar, restaurant and in-ground pool with views of the fjord below. You'll dine on a smorgasbord of local seafood, vegetables and tropical fruits in the resort dining room or enjoy a BBQ grill on the Fjord Terrace accompanied by a wide selection of wines and ice-cold beer.
Activities include diving, fishing, bush and nature walks, snorkeling, canoeing, traditional outrigger safaris, kayaking, trekking, bird watching, beach BBQ and great cultural interaction in the village, where you can experience many activities like sago-making, net and spear works, tapa printing, face and body tattooing.
This diving paradise has over 30 major dive sites in the nearby tropical waters of the Solomon Sea, plus many uncharted reefs waiting to be explored.
Pelagic schools of tuna, Spanish mackerel, barracuda, white tip and black tip reef sharks, hammerheads and the rare white hammerheads, inhabit these exotic waters.
Turtles, manta rays and eagle rays are also seen cruising by.
As mentioned above, the house reef is a wonderland and the nearest open water reef is just 15 minutes by boat.