Tulamben Wreck Divers - Coral Reef

Coral reefs form some of the most diverse ecosystems in the world, housing tens of thousands of marine species in complex and varied marine habitats. A healthy coral reef is a stunning sight. Picture sunlight dappling over plate corals, highlighting the colourful fish that dart in and out of the stag horns – incredible!

As famous underwater photographer David Doubilet described the incredible coral reefs of Kimbe Bay in Papua New Guinea, “it is a world, more alien than the edges of space – unlike cold space however, it lives and breathes, and in its universe are galaxies and coral formations as spectacular as a burst of the supernova.”

All that is left for you to do is discover these incredible underwater ecosystems. Most of our diving destinations have great coral reefs to dive, and those below are extra special.

Reef Diving with Allways Dive

Papua New Guinea

Discover the origin of coral reefs


Wakatobi’s coral reefs are pristine, and avidly protected by the resort against diver damage


Micronesia’s best-kept secret with stunning coral reefs that will leave you astounded

The Solomon Islands

Beautiful coral reefs both shallow and deep, suitable for diving and snorkelling


Visit the ‘soft coral capital of the world’ and experience Taveuni’s world renowned ‘White Wall’ amongst a number of awe-inspiring coral sites


Formerly known as Irian Jaya, West Papua contains the last frontier for diving in Indonesia

Tubbataha Reef

Ambergris Caye