Boat DiveThese scuba adventures take divers out on a boat to reach their diving destination. It is recommended that divers are comfortable taking a giant stride or a back roll entrance into the water.
Deep DiveThis type of dive will take a diver deeper than 18 meters (59 feet), and most will go to 30 meters (98 feet) or more beneath the surface. There is unique marine life at great depths that can only be seen on deep dives.
Reef DiveCoral reefs are beautiful and endangered ecosystems that are bursting with life and color. Reef dives are among the most popular types of scuba diving.
Turtle DiveSea turtles are one of Earth’s most ancient creatures, and these types of dives offer a high probability of seeing green turtles or leatherback turtles, among others.
Wreck DiveThis type of dive goes to shipwrecks or plane wrecks so that divers can explore the thriving ecosystems that have developed in these fascinating underwater museums.
Our Mission: To Conserve Our Ocean And Promote Diving
Search Scuba is passionate about protecting the ocean that we love to explore. We partner with ocean conservation organizations to help our planet stay sustainable for generations to come.
We also keep an updated list of international diver education resources on our eLearning page. Going through the courses listed here means you can brush up on your scuba skills and even obtain preliminary certifications without even putting a toe in the water.
Take Your Next Diving Adventure With Search Scuba
We feature scuba diving in Papua New Guinea for complete beginners, so even if you’ve never gone diving before, you can add one of the experiences listed here to your vacation. Just use our filters to add your requirements and create your ideal trip. Dive in and have fun exploring our options!