Liveaboard diving in

Kimbe Bay

Must see
Coral garden
Whale sharks
Kimbe Bay, located along the north coast of New Britain in Papua New Guinea, is celebrated for its stunning underwater biodiversity. It's part of the Coral Triangle and is known for its pristine coral reefs, which are among the most diverse in the world. The dive site offers divers a chance to explore over 200 identified dive sites featuring seamounts, coral gardens, and underwater pinnacles. The dive sites are characterized by their clear, blue waters and the abundance of marine life, making each dive a visually stunning experience

When To Go Diving

The optimal diving season in Kimbe Bay is from April to June and September to December. These months offer the best balance of pleasant weather and marine life encounters. During this period, the water temperature averages around 28°C to 30°C (82°F to 86°F), ideal for comfortable diving experiences. The visibility in Kimbe Bay is generally excellent, often exceeding 30 meters (98 feet)


What to see

A plethora of fish species including barracuda, tuna, jack, and reef sharks. The bay is also known for sightings of larger pelagics and occasional whale sharks. Home to over 400 species of coral, the bay features an incredible array of hard and soft corals, creating a vibrant underwater tapestry