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Dive sites nearby

Bilikiki

A spectacular wall on the Blanche Channel, featuring massive Gorgonian fan corals, Spotted Eagle Rays, Bumphead Parrotfish, Napoleon Wrasse, Green Moray eels and plenty of Nudibranchs and other smaller critters for the macro lovers. The dive that has it all. A 20 minute boat ride from the dive shop.

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Nusa Roviana Wall

Nusa Roviana is a beautiful wall dive with huge gorgonian fans and other soft corals all along the wall. The site is located approximately 20 minutes from Munda.

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Abyss’ Triggerfish

An incredible site we recently re-discovered. With our Abyss dive group we were searching for new sites during a lull with a cyclone, we found calm waters and great visibility and re-named the site in honour of the dive group! Macro heaven on this stunning sea mount!

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Rainbow Wall

This site never stops delivering. More advanced, a bit further away and close to the majestic Rendova island, this site impresses with pelagics, sharks, rays galore. When the show is on, hook your reef clip in and watch it all go by! Spectacular!

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Lumbaria Island

The picturesque Lumbaria Island is a popular confined water dive site. The shallow, clear, blue waters of Lumbaria are littered with metal from WWII and is home to many fish species as well. The site has some beautiful reefs, as well as a gentle, sloping, sandy bottom.

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Aichi D3A ’Val’ (Wreck)

This site is a fully intact Aichi D3A “Val“ dive bomber wreck. The aircraft rests upside down, at a depth of 10-15m. As well as being a fascinating wreck to explore, the Val is home to a whole host of interesting critters, such as shrimp and lionfish.

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Coral Corner

Coral Corner is located off Tombatuni (Mushroom) Island and is a pristine, reef wall drop. Located 25 minutes from Dive Munda, this is a fantastic site, whether you are snorkelling or diving.

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Douglas SBD Dauntless (Wreck)

This Douglas SBD-4 Dauntless dive bomber was hit by AA fire during a raid on Munda, on July 23 1943. Pilot Jim Dougherty put his plane down in Rendova Harbour, where she still rests at 13m. The site is located approximately 25 mins by boat.

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Bell P39 Airacobra (Wreck)

This Bell P39Q Airacobra fighter plane was discovered in April 2011. Little is known about this mostly-intact wreck, but we believe it is one of two aircraft lost by the USAAF 68th Fighter Squadron during a raid on the Shortland Islands on 6 September, 1943. She lies in about 27m of water on a sandy bottom.

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Munda

Munda is a confined water training site on Hopei Island. The site is only 10 minutes from the dive shop and is a gentle sandy slope, reaching a maximum depth of 5m.

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