Dive into our crystal clear waters! The water in Papua New Guinea is 80 degrees all year round. It's also some of the clearest in the world, with visibility levels of between 70 and 100 feet. The miles of pristine reefs, relatively small numbers of divers, and a staggering abundance of sea life make the place a mecca for scuba fans.
Sal Salis Ningaloo Reef Exmouth, Australia This eco-rigorous camp’s small size and green protocols (solar power, composting toilets, easily dismantled pole-mounted dwellings) mean minimal impact on the pristine stretch of Australian coastline on which it's nestled. Erected a few hundred feet from the shore, the camp is specially situated for nature and water sports-lovers.