Rabaul Diving PNG

Rabaul Diving PNG
Rabaul Diving PNG
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Rabaul Diving PNG
Rabaul Diving PNG
Rabaul Diving PNG
Rabaul Diving PNG
Rabaul Diving PNG
Rabaul Diving PNG
Rabaul Diving PNG
Rabaul Diving PNG
Rabaul Diving PNG
Rabaul Diving PNG
Rabaul Diving PNG
Rabaul Diving PNG
Rabaul Diving PNG
Rabaul Diving PNG
Rabaul Diving PNG
Rabaul Diving PNG
Rabaul Diving PNG
Rabaul Diving PNG
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Rabaul diving is known for its spectacular fish life and WWII ship wrecks and planes that litter the coastline.
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Rabaul in Papua New Guinea is one of the most amazing places in the pacific! Rabaul is famous for it active Volcano and loads of brilliant diving. Both WWII Wrecks and perfect reef diving, Rabaul has diving that will meet everyones needs.
 
"Rabaul was breath-taking! Every day we discovered something even more amazing. The Volcano is AWESOME with a captial A! It was rumbling under our feet when we went to look at it. Everything about last years trip was brilliant. The diving, the people, the experience. I am going back again this year for sure...With meals included in the cost, the price is great.  See you all there in May..."
Review from Carl Fallon (Trip Leader)
 
New Britain is PNG's largest island. East New Britain Province is the eastern part of the Island, where Rabaul is located, about 2 hours flight North East of the capital Port Moresby.

 
Since three of the volcanos which surround Rabaul erupted simultaneously in September 1994, business and airport have been relocated to Kokopo which is 20 km south east of Rabaul.

 

Rabaul's surrounds are as tropically lush and as dramatic as ever. The whole area boasts scenic views and

historical artifacts of WWII . Sitting at the gates to both the Bismarck sea and the Solomon Sea, Rabaul offers a special alternative to the adventurous diver in search of WWII wrecks as well magnificent reef diving.

 

Take time to visit the famous Japanese Tunnels, hundreds of kilometres were dug during WWII and most still remain today. A visit to the local markets is always a must for visitors where tropical fruits and local artefacts are well displayed.
 
Travel Aranged by Dive Adventures Lic No 003537
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"Rabaul '09"

Gregory Marshall on 16/9/2009 10:17:25 PM

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Comments: Diving in Kabaira & Rabaul was awesome, water was warm, clear, with beautiful corals and lots of fish, plus great wreck diving. Something for everyone! The staff at Kabaira & including Carl, went out of there way to make the trip as easy going and fun as possible. My highlights were the Camping and getting up close with a Volcano. Don't be undecided about doing this trip, you won't be disappointed!

"Rabaul Diving PNG"

Marie and Paul Zammit on 9/6/2009 9:40:54 PM

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Comments: We think Kabaira was a terrific place to stay and the diving was fabulous. The owners, Steve and Marsha were excellent hosts with delicious home cooked meals for breakfast, lunch and dinner. A very relaxing holiday with perfect conditions (water temperature around 31C) for diving. The land tours were seeped in WWII history and we enjoyed a couple of terrific walks. I would recommend this site.

"rabaul 2009"

Alex Peebles on 7/6/2009 1:54:21 PM

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Big thanks to carl and everyone at abyss who organised the trip,had an awsome time!
 
Steven and everyone at kabaira were all realy friendly and helpfuly and I look forward to one day returning.all the extres like the day tours,the hikes,the camping and the fishing were fantastic.diving was 10/10 with great wrecks,reefs and walls with plenty to see and we were always realy well looked after by our dive crew.heaps of sun,great group and hardly any mozzies:)

"Rabaul 2009"

Leanne Huynh on 3/6/2009 10:09:48 PM

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Comments: Rabaul is an absolutely gorgeous place: the diving, the hiking, the camping and so forth!! It is warm, sunny, and a holiday in paradise. Diving "Far Point Reef" was by far the most memorable moment. Carl has made it unforgettable. Definitely would love to return, and hear Stephen from Kabaira's four magic words before descending: "Let's Go Scuba Diving!!!"

"Rabaul 2008"

Julia on 7/10/2008 7:43:02 PM

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Comments: This was the best holiday ever. Awesome diving, great adventures, fantastic Abyss trip leader. The operators were fantastic. I'll be back.

"Rabaul 2008"

Nick Windle on 7/10/2008 3:16:20 PM

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Comments: Rabaul was the place for wreck diving in PNG and probably the world, before three of the volcanos erupted simultaneously in September 1994. Within three days, the thriving town of Rabaul was covered in ash and completely destroyed. In 2008 I had the chance to go and dive Rabaul and its harbour that once was a volcano while having a smaller one blowing ash in the background every day. While there we tour the remains of the war visiting the Japanese tunnels cut in to the mountain side, let me tell... More details

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