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Emma Reef is a salt water dive site, located in Kimbe Bay, New Britain Island, Papua New Guinea. This dive site has an average rating of 4.00 out of 5 from 1 scuba divers.

From SportDiver Planet’s 50 Greatest Dives, #33 The country of extreme geography and multifarious cultures also boasts some of the most biodiverse reefs on the planet. Of PNG’s myriad underwater hot spots, the epicenter is New Britain’s Kimbe Bay, known in equal measure for its open-ocean nomads and hard- to-find macro creatures camouflaged among the corals. At Emma Reef — the literal pinnacle of Kimbe diving — divers get the best of both worlds: Barracuda, jacks and sharks circle the undersea spire, but tear yourself away from the blue water to find a cornucopia of tiny critters, from ever-present clownfish to fingernail-size pygmy seahorses, and a rainbow of flamboyantly colored nudibranchs. — Travis Marshall

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allisonfinch - 11/15/2013 11:25 AM
Rating Added: 4
been there