In Papua New Guinea, the snorkeling around Tufi is known to be exceptional. There are numerous inlets and channels with calm waters to explore the magnificent reefs. The water visibility can be up to 90 feet.
The house reef at Tufi Dive Resort is accessible from the resorts jetty. The house reef is a good place to start, but many snorkelers complain that the water visibility is not that good.
Around Tufi, most snorkelers choose to explore the numerous fjords which are full of marine life including clams, shirip, sea horses and gobies found among the sponges and coral.
If you are ready for more adventure, try one of the organized snorkeling tours heading out to Cyclone Reef. This small atoll surrounds a small coral cay and is known for very clear water. There is an established mooring buoy and there are hundreds of types of reef fish among the colorful corals.
Overall, Tufi Island is the 2nd most popular snorkel dive spot of all 2 snorkeling dives in Papua New Guinea.