Tawali Leisure & Dive Resort

Tawali Leisure & Dive Resort

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Tawali Leisure and Dive Resort is a premier le isure and dive destination of Milne Bay Province, Papua New Guinea . Situated on a limestone bluff backed by densely rain forested hills overlooking the clear and protected waters of Milne Bay **. This One (1) Hectare Resort boasts of Twenty two(22 ) spacious Standard Rooms, Bungalows and Premier Villa , making it the first of its kind in Milne Bay Province Each room is well appointed and reflects an exceptional Local Contemporary Design. Tawali Leisure and Dive Resort has a magnificent Hous e Reef wherein hundreds of spec ies to discover, a Restaurant located at the main building , which offers a wide variation of I nternational and Local a la carte or Buffet dishes at the finest ingredien ts , Look Out (Viewing where you can indulge and relax while basking the spectacular panoramic view of Milne Bay , a Conference Center for meeting, conferences and events, Swimming Pool where you can enjoy a few stroke and relax on the sun bed . Dive Center and Dive Shop, one of the best diving facility in Milne Bay Province guided by the Professional PADI Licen sed Dive Master s The Spirit of Nuigini, a Live Aboard Charter and Tawali Explorer for cruising experience in Milne Bay. Tawali Leisure and Dive Resort is an ideal location for Holidays, Unique Diving Experience, Meetings, Conferences and C elebrations.
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Adult pool
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Breakfast buffet
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Complimentary welcome drink
Outdoor dining area
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4.0 of 5 stars
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Mid-range
Languages Spoken
English, Filipino, Japanese

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Hewiia 211 Papua New Guinea
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Gurney Airport
48.1 km
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osmp wrote a review Feb 2013
Palm Beach, Australia37 contributions82 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
We stayed in tawali 5 nights in Oct 2012. We are snorkellers.3 star accommodation but 5 star experience. Snorkelling the house reef is worthwhile with thousands of clownfish as well as large groupers etc. Star from the wharf at the dock (there s a ladder down) and snorkel across to the long resort wharf near the pool. We paddled canoes around the bay and snorkelled everywhere nearby the resort. It was exceptional snorkelling More fish variety and size than Fiji ,Bora bora, or New Caledonia. The reort offers snorkelling trips to nearby bays. Coral Gardens and Lawardi were a highlights.Lawardi is a black sandy beach with a small coral garden filled with thousands of lion fish!! The drop off at coral gardens is exhilarating! We saw tuna, hundreds of dolphins,other guests even saw killer whales on the way to diving sites. The skull caves are worth a look but watch out for slippery grounds. Take a good first aid kit for coral cuts etc. The Internet connection is very poor & there is no TV so take reading material. There are villages around the resort with lots of friendly kids. We took colourful pens & candies to give away on our walking trips outside the resorts. We bought local artifacts and shells( Australian Quarantine allows clean shells back into Australia but not in large quantities. We had one shell per person.)
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Date of stay: October 2012
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kc-kl wrote a review Sept 2011
kl25 contributions38 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
A few of us were in Port Moresby on business, and decided to get away from the capital city for the long weekend of PNG's Independence Day. Air Niugini's office help make both the air ticket and hotel booking. It was a last minute decision, and we were very lucky to get on the flight to Alotau which was full.

Only one of our group was a diver, and she managed to squeeze in 2 dives in 1 morning. She was suitably impressed with the dive, and would like to come back and do more.

For the non-divers, we were just relaxing, enjoying doing nothing. The rooms were big and comfortable. The food was good. Service was excellent. The environment was so peaceful, and what with the rain, you just feel like curling up with a good book at the observation desk that looked out into the ocean.

We did take the trip to the skull caves and waterfall. The caves were interesting and easily accessible with a boat ride plus 10 minutes of walking through the forest. We did it wearing flip-flops. The waterfall was also a 10 minute walk, and was a very very refreshing outing.

The journey from Gurney airport of Alotau to the resort was an adventure of its own. We were met at the airport by the resort bus. It took 2 hours by bus over rather bad road, pot-holes and river crossings (with or without bridges), and through many villages, along the coast. Sort of a scenic introduction to the country-side of Milne Bay. Then a 20 minute boat ride into the resort tucked away into pristine forest, overlooking the beautiful ocean. You may not want to travel from another country to Tawali just to relax, read a book, and swim in the waterfall, because of the distance involved. But if you happen to be in Papua New Guinea, this is a nice place to spend some time.
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Date of stay: September 2011
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5starwannabe wrote a review Jan 2009
Stuart, Florida15 contributions21 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
If you want a luxury stop in your adventure holiday you probably can’t do better than Tawali.

The American owners and their new managers were excellent to the point of trying too hard. Our room’s deck had a view of the ocean. The bathrooms were large and modern. The room had air conditioning (remarkable for a country dependent on diesel generators), and high-end appointments like Ralph Lauren bedding. The dining/drinking deck is on a spectacular cliff-top overlooking a wide reef-lined bay.

The emphasis on diving is a bit much. We took a day off diving to kayak and snorkel and felt like we were the first guests ever to decline a day of diving. A pool would’ve been a nice non-diving option, though the ‘house reef’ beneath the cliff-top deck was a perfect place to poke around.

We thought the reef diving in New Britain was significantly better overall (more fish, better coral diversity). But Alotau had better visibility, and the ‘muck diving’ was amazing and not-to-be-missed. Rental gear and boats were top-notch.
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Date of stay: June 2008
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Response from Tawali R, Guest Relations Manager at Tawali Leisure & Dive Resort
Responded 20 Jul 2014
Many thanks for taking the time to leave a review for Tawali. Since you have visited the Resort there has been a pool added. We look forward to prospect of having you return.
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Carol H wrote a review Sept 2018
Alice Springs, Australia291 contributions126 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Loved the location, and the rooms spacious and comfortable. House reef and Coral Gardens are both excellent, variety of coral is amazing.
Issues -
1) for 4 evenings they basically only had red wine and beer - they had run out of everything else and kept lying about when it was due in.
2) organised a snorkelling trip to an island, we said we would go any time after 9, they suggested 10 but after going in a small wooden canoe in 20 knots out in the open ocean with no lifejacts (30 min trip) we arrive to find we can not snorkel as it is low tide inside the reef and too shallow and far too rough outside. They really should know about tides and water conditions before we paid money for a trip that was a total waste of time.
3) we had paid for a birding trip - told we could do any day and fine to let them know the day before. BUT then we find we have to go with a some other worker as bird guide not available - he did not even know the name of the BOP let alone any other bird and took us up the steep hill and down at such a rate of knots you could see nothing else anyway. Even the BOP was so far in the distance and behind trees it was not worthwhile (had seen it much better elsewhere on other occassions.) Big waste of money - DO NOT DO
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Date of stay: September 2018
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Alison Smith wrote a review Aug 2018
Nadi, Fiji15 contributions37 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
The rooms are very basic and old fashioned. The exterior is very serene and lovely but don’t get room 21 or 22 ! Bright lights outside and the floor rocks! There were electrical switches in bathrooms that definitely shouldn’t be touched.

The food comes as a one price buffet. Not cheap and choice is very limited ... especially if you don’t eat pork.

There’s no choice in PNG if there was I don’t think Tawali would last. The diving makes it worthwhile . Amazing reefs
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Date of stay: August 2018
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LPaw13 wrote a review Jun 2018
Bonaire5 contributions5 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Stayed for 12 days. Diving was the purpose of this trip. Some confusion at check in about our room, but was swiftly resolved. The deluxe bungalow room is large and very comfortable. This room had 4 outlets, so no problems with charging cameras etc. Alfred and his crew are wonderful. The large boat, which could easily accommodate 12, was taken out for just us few (a couple days we had 5 divers). Diving was varied; walls, much bommies and shallow reefs. A few of the reefs were absolutely spectacular! Healthy, colorful and full of marine life...one dive we even saw a hammerhead! One thing we do not like is the use of sticks.. we do not believe in touching or harassing anything in the ocean, whether it’s fish, nudibranchs, sea fans or coral. They offer a variety of other activities and tours and one which is very popular, I must address. Full,disclosure, we did talk to the front desk and Alfred about this situation. The village where you disembark for the waterfall portion of the tour is subjecting a local animal (kas kas, (possum)) to cruelty. No tourist we know wishes to witness such. They had this animal’s tail tied to a 2 meter long, heavy stick to “tame it” they said....not for keeping as a pet, no but for exploitation...they want to charge tourists 5-10 kini for a picture! This poor animal could not climb, and was stuck in a tree in the sun! Please inquire if this has been resolved before taking this tour. As for the 3-Star rating...simply because of the food. The buffets were plentiful and always looked delicious, but serving good food barely luke warm is unacceptable. And the food was Never Hot, with the exception of the daily soup. This could be resolved by 1) turning the warming bins on high 20 minutes before adding the food and 2) use lids at all times to keep the heat in. I was unaware until the last day that they even had lids...the cook came out to remove them and I instructed him to leave them in place. And, we always arrived before the dining hours to ensure we would be first, can’t imagine how cold it would be if you arrived 10 or 20minutes late. Overall, this is an amazing location. Staff does everything they can to make your visit enjoyable. One final note, is be prepared for stairs. 34 stairs to the main boat dock. More if you go to the pool, and even more, about 45 if you’re staying in the ocean front villa. All other walk ways are covered ramps between rooms to the reception/dining hall, with the exception of the villa, which is open until coming up the stairs between rooms 10 and 11.
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Date of stay: May 2018
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Response from Tawali R, General Manager at Tawali Leisure & Dive Resort
Responded 10 Jun 2018
Dear Guest, First of All, Thank you so much for choosing Tawali Leisure and Dive Resort. We appreciate your comments and we ensure that all your comments has been discussed by the management and this was raised to relevant departments. The Management as well, discussed to the Local Community Leaders regarding Environmental Preservation and your comments in the Guest Survey Form. The Management together with Local Community Leaders will be having the regular quarterly meeting to ensure that the Environmental Preservation will be implemented at all the time in the villages both land and in the sea. If you have additional Questions or Inquiries please do not hesitate to contact me at manager@tawali.com Sincerely, Armando P. Agusto General Manager
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sls1124 wrote a review Nov 2017
Los Angeles, California465 contributions71 helpful votes
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
There were eight in our group, six divers and two snorkelers. We were picked up on time at our hotel in Alatou in a large air-conditioned van. The ride was an hour and a half and then a 30 minute boat ride to the resort. We were greeted enthusiastically by the staff and provided with cool towels and coconut drinks. The check-in process went very smoothly and the resort staff were very friendly and helpful.

Tawali Resort is one of the most amazing places I have ever stayed! It’s nestled in the jungle and has covered walkways connecting the lobby area/large deck with the rooms, dive shop and pool. There are a lot of steps and it can be quite slippery when raining. This is not a place for someone who has mobility issues. The resort is decorated with handcrafted wood carvings and other beautiful artwork. Tawali Resort is not a fancy place but was designed with comfort in mind.

The deluxe rooms are huge, have two queens, a small refrigerator and a beautiful deck overlooking a pretty bay. There was also AC and a ceiling fan. We stayed in room one, which was the closest to the lobby, eating area/bar. The larger the numbers, the further out the rooms are. I’d also like to mention that the entire place is immaculate.

All meals are served buffet style with many choices, including fish, chicken pork or beef. There was usually a local vegetable side dish. First, soup was served which was always fantastic. After dinner the desert of the night was served. We were there a week and each day the choices were different; there was always some sort of cabbage salad and fruit, mostly pineapple, papaya and grape fruit. Of course, the service was excellent!

The front desk staff were always very attentive and accommodating, calling me by my first name from day one. We were particularly fond of Chris and Aileen who were our bartenders.

Alfred was the dive shop coordinator and made sure that all our diving needs were met. He was also our guide on many of the dives. I would also like to mention our other excellent guides, Jonah, Bale,and Albert, always finding and pointing out the most unusual, tiny little creatures. Thank you to Captain Francis, Elizah (engineer) and our boat hostess, Mirrel for a great experience. I loved the dive boat, Explorer, because it was huge, well-maintained and had a regular flushing toilet. A nice hot lunch was served on the days we went out to the further dive sites. There are also small boats if you want to separate from the group, and the “team” was also very good at coordinating when everyone wanted to go to different sites.

Overall, Tawali Resort provided our group with an exceptional vacation experience. You will have to see for yourself what a gorgeous property it is and how lovely the staff are. Thank you Tawali Resort!
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Date of stay: November 2017
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BillyFarrer wrote a review Oct 2017
San Rafael, California24 contributions8 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
If you love snorkeling or diving then this is a must visit resort. It’s remote (2 hour drive through the jungle) and 30 minute boat ride to get there, but boy is it worth it. Lovely location, comfortable accommodations, terrific views, super friendly and helpful staff and dive masters, especially the manger Armando, great snorkeling and diving. You really need to enjoy snorkeling and diving to appreciate this place. There aren’t any sandy beaches, but they do have a beautiful outdoor pool just off the beach. A real gem. This is an all inclusive resort and the food is exceptional. A great place to relax and chill. The rooms do not have Wi-Fi, but the lobby does. Extensive collection of books on aquatic life. We were there in late September and almost had the place to ourselves. Good value for the price, especially the dive packages. You will love it.
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Date of stay: September 2017
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TSchonherr wrote a review Dec 2015
Copenhagen, Denmark19 contributions13 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We travel a lot, and this place impressed us on in a way that no other places have done before. Tawali and its sorroundings touch us by heart!
The diving is amazing. Very colorful and pristine. I did one of the dive sites three times because it was so beautiful! And their local dive master is very good finding all the small stuff if you like that. Also good for muck diving.
The people in the villages are very kind and interesting. We were met with so many smiles, and we felt welcome.
The resort itself has everything you need and fits the sorroundings very well. The food is excellent for such a remote place. The staff, especially the Australian host, are extremely helpful. My boyfriend could not dive due to a cold, and they would always ask how he was doing, gave us ear drops etc. Their pool is very good for relaxing after diving. The terrace overlooking the sea is simply breathtaking. The sounds from the nature if you get up early in the morning are fantastic. We had the cheapest room you can get, and it is still very good! Hot water, aircon and clean. It is a bit pricy, but really worth it!

I hope this place stay so pristine - that's what makes it so unique. It's paradise, somewhat magical.

This was not the first and the only visit to Tawali. We will be back - for sure!
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Date of stay: December 2015
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Response from Tawali R, Director of Sales at Tawali Leisure & Dive Resort
Responded 8 Jan 2016
Thank you for taking the time to leave a review. We are so glad that you made the long journey to Papua New Guinea. We realise that it is a very long trip for people travelling from the northern hemisphere, but if you can make it we believe that it is worth effort (but we are biased). We look forward to having you back.
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Appalachi W wrote a review Aug 2015
Asheville, North Carolina36 contributions19 helpful votes
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
I was blown away by the stunning views, natural beauty and incredible dives at Tawali! The hour drive to the boat to get to the remote paradise of Tawali was arduous, but well worth it. There are many interesting things to see on your drive through towns, villages and forests. The bus was nice, with huge windows to view the scenery and a friendly guide to tell you about the culture and sites. You will then be taken by boat to the resort (about 20-30 min). The coastline is absolutely gorgeous. There were also bathrooms available before getting on the boat.
The resort sits prettily a top of a forested volcanic cliff overlooking the most spectacular house reef imaginable. They have a huge deck to sit, eat, drink and overlook the reef with picturesque little islands. It was just magical there. We watched golden red sunsets and schools of fish jumping in the sea from this deck as local fisherman caught tuna and marlin from tiny traditional canoes. Tawali is so peaceful. It's not crowded so it truly felt like we were getting away.
The bungalows are spacious, air conditioned and clean. My only suggestion was that they get softer mattresses and fresh pillows.
Every dive we did was better than the last. Underwater canyons of coral and the most varied and diverse underwater wildlife species abound here. The night dive of the house reef was perfect! The dive masters took us right to the spot where the mandarin fish were. We saw spade fish, giant hermit crabs, octopus, cuttlefish, Sharks, Rays and so much more! The dive boats are large and spacious, not crowded and have bathrooms. The dive operation was always run safely. Our diligent dive master George was so caring and attentive. He never left our side and took great care to find interesting things for us to see. Everyone that works at Tawali is professional, attentive, friendly, helpful and just amazing. It was great starting our 3 week tour of PNG here. Of all the hotels and resorts we stayed, no one matched the quality of service and natural wonder we saw at Tawali.
The skull cave trip was super exciting, easy to access and provided for some very cool pictures. You take a boat ride from Tawali to the caves. There were NO other tourists! We were dropped afterwards further down the shore for a beautiful coastal walk back to the resort. Although they said it was safe to do alone, we opted for an escort (George) and walked through small family villages, beaches and forests.
We did an early morning bird watching tour to see the birds of paradise. The hike leading up the mountain to the favored trees of the Raggiana Bird of Paradise was not easy but an ABSOLUTE once in a life time experience!!! Our guide took us right to their secret spot. We got there before sunrise and waited for them to arrive. It was a symphony of sound and color when the birds showed up. I felt like I was in Jurassic park. So much unspoiled beauty here.
I was also impressed how responsive and concerned they were when a guest fell ill. They had emergency equipment, oxygen and medical evacuation in place right away to get this German guest to medical access quickly. I'll also add that the management allowed me to use their personal phone for an quick emergency call back home free of charge. Very kind and appreciated.
If you are wavering in your decision on which dive resort to choose in PNG, this should be on the top of your list. (See my Walindi review if you are choosing between them). You would be hard pressed to find this combination of quiet uncrowded relaxation, natural scenery, amazing service and breath taking dives anywhere else.
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Date of stay: June 2015
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Christy P asked a question Nov 2018
Redding, California51 contributions14 helpful votes
Is there scuba diving available here?
Answer from Gary B
1 contribution13 helpful votes
Yes, Tawali is primarily for Scuba diving. Generally doing 3 boat dives a day. There is availability for diving on the house reef and extra boat dives can be arranged.
Lennox Head, Australia149 contributions110 helpful votes
Internet connection can be slow or non-existent. Meals are buffet, not a la carte with a couple of choices. Food is pretty good. There's nowhere else to eat, so definitely worth booking! Don't remember how much we paid for trips, but they were great - bird-watching our favourite.
Nichole B asked a question Mar 2017
Los Angeles, California54 contributions32 helpful votes
How many rooms and bungalows does the resort have?
Answer from Sue A
Fitzroy, Australia102 contributions24 helpful votes
Not sure exactly but probably around 10+ units. A wonderful remote paradise that is highly recommended.
Chris S asked a question Oct 2016
Eltham, Australia4 contributions
Are there any laundry facilities?
Lennox Head, Australia149 contributions110 helpful votes
Negatory. There's a really expensive laundry service - you could just about buy a new pair of undies for 4 kina! We hand washed in the bathroom and hung our washing on the veranda. No big deal.
World Traveller wrote a tip Jan 2022
Berlin, Germany550 contributions254 helpful votes
2.0 of 5 bubbles
"Avoid high/holiday season since the resort will be overcrowded by day tourists. As for a bungalow half with the other half not occupied."
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Jay K wrote a tip Jan 2020
Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea366 contributions90 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"If you're going to have one PNG beach or island holiday Tawali should be the place!"
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Albertine wrote a tip Nov 2019
Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea5 contributions1 helpful vote
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"Rooms on the south side have the best views"
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Kathleen K wrote a tip Oct 2018
1 contribution3 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Rooms away from the restaurant"
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Gary B wrote a tip Sept 2018
1 contribution13 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
"Have a look at what alternatives are available before selecting your room. Especially check for hot water."
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PRICE RANGE
HK$812 - HK$1,344 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
LOCATION
Papua New GuineaPapua RegionHewiia
NUMBER OF ROOMS
22
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