Tufi Resort in Papua New Guinea is a personalized boutique resort, a hidden oasis, nestled atop a breath-taking fjord, with 180º panoramic views of the sea, fjords and mountains. Tufi Resort is a place that makes the outside world and all its daily stress seem a million miles away.
Located in Oro Province 250 miles due east of the capital Port Moresby and only 80 miles from the famous Kokoda Trail, Tufi Resort is the perfect place to rest the weary body after the challenges of trekking the trail.
Accommodation features include polished timber floors and all the creature comforts including insect screens, 24 hour electricity, air-conditioning, hot water, bedroom with ensuite, hair dryer bar fridge, coffee and tea making facilities. Most bungalows have verandahs overlooking the Coral Sea or Tufi fjord.
Resort amenities include a terraced BBQ area, in-ground pool with views of the fjord below, pool and table tennis, lounge bar area and library.
The main building is of a colonial design with a comfortable large surrounding, cool breeze ways and natural lighting. Internally there is reception, gift shop, library lounge and TV and dining area.
Typically our guests dine on a selection of local seafood, vegetables and tropical fruits in the resort dining room or enjoy a BBQ grill on the fjord terrace, accompanied by a wide selection of wines and ice-cold beer.
Please note: Our accommodation rates include guests’ meals which consists of continental breakfast, lunch and a 3 course dinner (sample menu below).
Our local chefs do a wonderful job creating daily set menus, utilising the freshest, seasonal mainland and local produce available, with a strong emphasis on reef fish and seafood.
We also provide a range of western cuisine including meat and chicken dishes as well as an array of local cuisine specialty dishes. Special dietary requirements can be catered for with prior notice. Please note à la carte options are not available
Activities include diving, fishing, bush and nature walks, snorkeling, paddle boards, hobby cats, canoeing, traditional outrigger safaris, kayaking, trekking, bird watching, beach BBQ and great cultural interaction in the village.
Experience and participate in cultural everyday activities like sago-making, net weaving, spear manufacturing, tapa printing, face and body tattooing.
Tufi is a stress-free environment where the locals are warm and friendly. A place where you can be left alone or mix with guests and villagers. A place where you can relax, recharge and feel totally invigorated.
Tufi is located in Oro Province on the northern side of the mainland of Papua New Guinea and approximately 250 kilometers due east of the capital, Port Moresby. Situated on the tip of Cape Nelson, Tufi is also 130km south east of the famous Kokoda Trail and Popondetta the major provincial township.
Village Guesthouse Accommodation
The village eco-guest houses are a great way to experience the culture and traditional way of life. Explore with the local fishermen, go snorkeling and catch a fresh lobster for dinner and help the village people prepare your meal, the traditional way.
Observe the time-honored ways of sago making, face and body tattooing, canoe construction, string bag and rope and fish net weaving. Experience their colorful dancing and their spellbound rituals.
Be mesmerized by their colorful plumed head dress and their tapa cloth designs. Listen to the stories told by the elders that have been the Tufi cultural foundation for centuries. Mix and live with the friendliest people in the South Pacific.
includes the freshest and juiciest in season fruit, boiled eggs with a selection of dried fruits and nuts. Daily baking of fresh bread, muffins, pancakes, banana bread and preserves, plus cereals, yogurt, tea, fresh local coffee and juice. A small hot breakfast menu is available at an additional charge.
is prepared daily by our wonderful local chefs. We pride ourselves in using as much local produce as possible, whilst utilizing offerings from the ocean and surrounding fjords.
Menu selections change daily, ranging from fresh salads, Tufi burgers, delicious wraps or pan seared freshly caught fish, to mention just a few items. Sunday lunch is normally our delicious Beach BBQ spread at Komoa Beach and generally after our popular McLaren Harbor Cultural Tour.
is a 3 Course Dinner Menu most nights of the week, with the menu changing regularly. Commencing with an entree, fresh baked bread rolls, followed by a main course and a house made dessert. The resort offers a delicious buffet once per week dependent on the number of guests.
The Tufi Bar
has a great selection of wines and beverages. Any item can be purchased for your room refrigerator. We will be glad to supply you with ice for your room as well. Please note that as the bar is fully serviced personal alcohol is not permitted to be consumed in public areas.
Special Dietary Needs
Not a problem! Our chefs love to work with local produce, so there’s plenty of variety. If you have any special dietary requirements, please pre-advise our reservation staff prior to arrival; we will do our best to accommodate your requirements.
For your next local meeting, consider Tufi Resort where business and leisure entwine in one of Papua New Guinea’s most spectacular settings. Tufi has a well equipped conference centre with data projector, screens, wifi, whiteboards, notepads & pencils and can accommodate up to 40 guests.
Ideal for meetings, seminars, team building exercises, board meetings and conferences in general. A great venue to concentrate and focus without the daily disruptions of a city environment.
The air conditioned venue has been designed with natural light and is situated away from the main building to facilitate an undisturbed meeting. We can package accommodation and flight options from Port Moresby to make your event cost effective.
Tufi Resort is an ideal location for weddings and anniversaries. Sensible economical packages are available and we can tailor your wedding to your needs. Try a traditional wedding in a local village or a conventional wedding at the resort. Whatever the choice, the resort will be able to accommodate your needs.
If you are planning a wedding, we can advise you on all necessary documentation required for a ceremony in Papua New Guinea and make all the necessary arrangements to ensure your wedding day is the most memorable day in your life.
Scuba Diving at Tufi
The outer reef experience is unsurpassed with a choice of dozens of world-class dive sites. Moor onto a few of our favourites, Cyclone Cay, Black Rocks, Stewarts Reef and Shark Tip. Dive the famous Dutch cargo ship the “S Jacob” or Blackjack – an intact B17 bomber – as specialty charter dives.
Spectacular marine life in abundance: schooling barracuda and reef fish, hammerheads, reef sharks, manta rays, eagle rays, grouper and cruising pelagic as well as soft and hard corals. A pristine environment unspoiled.
The fjords are excellent for macro diving with gobies, nudibranch, shrimps and clams. These animals can be seen by diving, but conditions are also ideal for snorkeling.
Because there is very little current movement in the fjords, many sponges and coral species grow prolifically and there are some very large sponges and shelf corals that are not common on the outer reefs.
5-10 nautical miles offshore lies a string of reefs – ‘bommies’ that come up from a staggering depth of up to 600 m to a nice safety-stop level of 7-5 m below the surface. The outer reef experience is unsurpassed with visibility exceeding 30m all year round and water temperature from 26-29°C.
Spectacular marine life in abundance with schooling barracuda and reef fish, variety of sharks including the rare white Hammerhead Shark and an abundance of little critters, ideal for macro photography.
The majority of reefs in the region remain unexplored and it will be some time before the full diversity of the Tufi reefs is known. The resort focuses on reef and muck diving and all diving is carried out under the guidance of PADI dive professionals.
The resort is well appointed with dive boats. Crystal at 30 foot, is spacious and has comfortable seating. The boat features a shower and toilet facility and is well equipped with all safety features. A cruise speed of 20 knots provides divers less time travelling and more time underwater.
All vessels are fully equipped with first aid kits and oxygen therapy equipment. The resort has four other smaller multi-purpose boats equipped for diving, fishing or sightseeing.
Wreck Scuba Diving
The Tufi wharf was originally established by the Australian New Guinea Administration based at Tufi prior to WW2 and was expanded and began operations as an advance US navy PT Boat base in December 1942.
Conducting operations as far north as the Huon Gulf harassing Japanese shipping supply lines.for several months eventually notching up many successful missions. Soon after the front line became too distant and the base relocated to the Huon Gulf and the base resorted to being a rear support base for the allied forces.
There is a large amount of wreckage and debris from the destruction of two PT Boats (PT67 and PT119)and a small Australian freighter on the sea bed just if the wharf.
All three vessels exploded during a refueling mishap during the war. Several 50 calibre anti-aircraft machine guns and ammunition scatter the sea floor. One of the highlights of this dive is a perfectly good ol’ Landrover …
The secret of how it got to be ‘parked’ there so neatly will be revealed after you complete this dive! This is a decompression dive with max depth 45m. Deco stops are compulsory and a surface interval of 4 hours is mandatory before the second dive.
Our resort wharf will never cease to amaze you. The term “muck diving” originated here in PNG. Tufi is regarded at the top muck diving destination in the World!
Right at the jetty, in front of the dive shop, a new world awaits the unsuspecting diver. In amongst the rubble of dumped machinery and coca cola bottles from WWII, a wide variety of little critters have made their home.
Every conceivable species of gobie, nudibranch, mandarin fish, ghost pipe, banded pipe and a plethora of other fascinating creatures, offers the diver a mecca for underwater macro photography. All this in less than 10m (32ft) of water!
During a night dive the inhabitants of this area are totally transformed and one cannot recognize it as the same dive done during daylight hours.
One of the highlights of this dive is a perfectly good ol’ Landrover. The secret of how it got to be ‘parked’ there so neatly will be revealed after you complete this dive! This is a decompression dive with maximum depth of 45m (147.6ft).
Decompression stops are compulsory and surface intervals of 4 hours are mandatory before the second dive. July, August and September are our windy months.
If conditions are really windy then we are our windy months if conditions are really windy then we take all our diving up into the Fjords. The Fjords offer spectacular Muck Diving and great shelter from the wind.
Tufi Reefs – Papua New Guinea
5-10 nautical miles offshore lies a string of reefs and bombora (bommies) that come up from a staggering depth of 600m (2000ft) to a nice safety-stop of 5-7m (16-22ft) below the surface, with visibility exceeding 30m (98ft) and water temperatures from 26-29ºC (78-84ºF).
Spectacular marine life is abundant with schooling barracuda, reef fish and varieties of sharks, including the rare white hammerhead and a multitude of little critters, ideal for macro photography.
The majority of reefs in the region remain unexplored and it will be some time before the full diversity of the Tufi reefs is known.
Our friendly Manta Ray cruises around several reefs. It is often seen at Bev’s, Minor and Marian’s reef. This Manta is very distinct. It has a white collar around the neck on top of its back. Its wingspan must be at least 3 metres from tip to tip.
An awesome sight. This dive site has it all… On the top of the reef the rare and beautiful, but highly venomous Rhinopias can often be found by the insistent searcher.
Black rocks and its neighbouring site are our most southerly dive spots. These circular reefs with deep spurs offer all levels of diving. Gentle currents bring in schools of pelagic including barracuda, jack and spanish mackerel.
Large silver trevally play hide and seek with a variety of reef sharks. The exposed rocks on the tops of the reefs offer great swimming and snorkeling in between dives in a protected setting.
Blue Ribbon Reef
Appropriately named, because this is the home of the blue ribbon eel, which changes color during various stages of its life. This is also a coastal reef north of Tufi at the mouth of McLarens Fjord which is sheltered from seasonal trade winds.
Buddy’s is one of our lesser-dived reefs. It offers some drift diving when the current is strong at certain times of the year.
Top of this reef also has spectacular corals. This dive also offers some great wall diving. White tip reef sharks cruise around patrolling this reef. The white hammerhead patrols this reef also. This reef offers good snorkeling for the non-diver.
During the 1972 cyclone a small island was formed from broken coral. This is now the breeding ground for a variety of seabirds. It also provides a sheltered lee side where the coral reefs have the opportunity to grow undisturbed by wave action during the trade winds season.
This reef is a perfect mooring spot for our dive boat and ideal for our snorkelers. This is one of the prettiest coral reefs in this area. There are 3 distinct dive sites at this reef.
This bommie lies off to one side. Here you will often find turtles, unafraid of divers and lots of tropical coral fish and the occasional hammerhead shark coming up from the deep to investigate the intruders.
The far wall is perpendicular with some interesting swim-thru and deep caves. The top of this bommie is at 5m and offers an ideal safety stop, where you can virtually “breathe your tank out”.
Those with good eyesight can spot the rare Rhinopias, family of the scorpion fish, it will shed its skin every 12 to 13 weeks. The pectoral fins have what look like glass windows. This is an extraordinary creature.
Wall diving at its best! From 7m, vertical walls plummet down to beyond 40 m where it slopes way beyond your vision. The walls are covered in colourful lichens, hard and soft corals. Nudibranchs of all sizes and varieties dot these walls. Macro or wide angle lens now poses a difficult question. The top of the reef is exquisite.
Cyclone Reef Outer Wall
Sheer wall with overhangs for nearly 1 km. Level off at 20 plus meters for half a tank and come back at a higher level, leaving you with plenty of air to ‘play’ around the top of the reef. Hawksbill and green turtles often ‘hang’ around the top of this reef. Large brain coral reach up to just under the surface.
This reef is named after another guest from Australia who just adored this reef. He was a keen amateur underwater video photographer. This is a coastal reef at the mouth of the next fjord south of Tufi called Amunyan Bay.
There are 2 resident Turtles on the main reef. The larger one of the two is particularly tame and if the diver is gentle enough it can be approached to within half a meter distance. A small tropical island offers shelter from the trade winds during May to September.
The reef on the lee side of the island is great for snorkelers. Many different species of nudibranch can be seen here. This reef is ideal for diving during strong windy days, without having to go to the outer reefs.
El’s and Clancy make a great mid-range duo. Both dives are similar and are host to schools of small colorful reef fish of the Indo-Pacific region.
Gabriella’s Fish Point
Named after one of the previous managers. It is a long reef with one large bommie. Colorful corals and a vertical walls straight down to 45 m. Lots of fish life around the bommie with plenty Pelagic when the current is running.
House Reef (Tufi Wharf)
Our resort wharf will never cease to amaze you. The term ‘muck diving’ was invented here in PNG. Right at the jetty in front of the dive shop complex a new world awaits the unsuspecting diver.
In amongst the rubble of a century of dumped garbage, with machinery and coca cola bottles from WW11, a wide variety of little critters have made their home.
Every conceivable species of gobie, nudibranch, mandarin fish, ghost pipe fish, banded pipe fish and a plethora of other fascinating creatures offer the diver a mecca for under water macro photography.
All this in less than 10m of water! During a night dive the inhabitants of this area are totally changed and one cannot recognise it is the same dive during daylight hours.
Together with Bev’s reef is the two close-by reefs offering something for everyone. This reef has an amazing variety of gobi’s. Also the hairy ghostpipe fish can be spotted here. Pelagics cruise around the top of this reef. Big brain corals allow some brilliant shots. Great dives for all levels of dive training.
Minor’s reef is one of our most spectacular dive sites….. The perpendicular walls are covered with large minor nudibranchs. Their yellow ‘rose’ shaped eggs are superb subjects for photography. Often tiny clear, see-through shrimps hide amongst the egg formation.
They are sometimes difficult to spot at first, but are great for macro shots. Our giant manta is often seen cruising around this reef continuously soaking up the plankton. At times large schools of big ‘hump headed’ parrot fish are seen cruising past.
Undoubtedly one of our best dive sites! The dive team swims towards the far point where the reef drops off to beyond 200 m. Generally, the current is strong, bringing plankton and bountiful food for thousands of fishes.
The place literally ‘explodes’. Hammerheads, reef sharks, rays and schools of pelagic frantically are in search of food. You can ‘hang on’ a protruding rock or a submerged mooring rope and watch the show.
Mulloway is named after one of our first guests who lived in Mulloway near Coffs Harbour in Australia. Great visibility caused by the ocean’s current up swelling. A spectacular giant clam lives at the safety stop.
A great combo as a second dive after Stewart’s Reef, Paul’s boasts of soft corals of various colors and has good beds of large staghorn corals which cover a particular part of the reef. Lots of sea-anemone host a variety of clown fish that are particularly territorial here on this reef amidst the schools of travelly and barracuda.
This reef presents lots of soft corals and wall dives where our white hammerhead shark can be spotted along with grey nurse, white tip and black tip sharks that patrol this area. Red snapper in large schools abound this reef.
This reef is one of our newly discovered dive-sites. We chose this name because white-tip-, silver tip-, black tip and some grey nurse sharks always greet us. Nudibranch can be found amongst nice colorful coral.
The closest reef to the resort. Just a 20-minute boat ride offers a splendid dive. Here we tie up to a defunct lighthouse. The top of the reef has schools of spanish mackerel, barracuda and schooling trevally. The outside walls are covered in soft and hard corals. This reef lends itself to a great night dive.
A very good deep dive. At a depth of 30 to 35 m on a sloping white sandy bottom, the diver can visit a huge colony of garden eels. They are not too shy and can be approached carefully to take a snap shot before they retract into their holes. Large gregorian fans hang on vertical walls.
This reef is close to Mulloway. Ideal for drift diving the slope with the current after diving the wall into the current you will find plenty of pelagic species.
It is an extensive reef, so after the drift diving part, the dive boat will pick up the divers. The white Hammerhead is often seen here as well. Corals on top of the reef are pretty.
Tours & Activities
Tufi Resort has superb scuba diving, natural landscapes and a beautiful culture that attracts visitors from across Papua New Guinea, the Asia Pacific region and the world. We’re proud to showcase everything this dynamic region has to offer, by providing our guests with access to a range of activities and experiences.
These have been hand-picked by our knowledgeable local team, who pride themselves on introducing guests to the beauty and wonder that is Papua New Guinea, the country and its people. They can all be tailored to suit your experience, interests and abilities.
The adventurous might like to consider some fishing, outrigging or kayaking. Those wanting to explore the beauty of their surrounds, like a local, should definitely investigate our outrigger safaris.
Most of our tours and activities have been planned to provide a cultural experience and interaction and a way to extend this is to consider spending one night (or more) in a nearby village through our guesthouse accommodation options.
Adventure Tours & Experiences
Tufi Resort is set in a very unique and pristine region of PNG for the adventure traveller. With its clear waters, lowlands and highlands, this region offers diversity encompassing soft and hard adventure activities dependent upon fitness levels.
Trek for 3 to 5 days to the twin peaks of Mt. Trafalgar and Mt. Britannia in virgin rainforest, or experience treks in closer proximity to the resort.
Experience this untouched pristine environment, which has an abundant variety of unique flora and fauna. Live in the wild under sago roofs, wash in cascading ice-cold waterfalls and explore the rainforests. Test yourself …
Tufi is the paddler’s paradise. Take a traditional outrigger safari expedition to explore the coastline from 1 to 7 days, or sea kayak down the coast, through the fjords over large coral outcrops and shelves to sandy cays, into deep fjords to take in the surrounding rainforests.
Birds of Paradise, flocks of Horn Bills, Eclectic Parrots, rare Black Palm Cockatoos and numerous species of Lorikeets flourish in the treetops and fjord cliff tops. Beautiful white sandy beaches and scattered coral reef shelves make it one of the most exciting and visibly breath-taking coastlines in Papua New Guinea.
Tufi is an exciting destination for the adventurer, offering trekking and exploring, cultural interaction, village overnight stays, outrigger safaris and bird watching. The village eco-guest houses houses are a great way to experience the culture and traditional way of life.
Explore with the local fishermen, go snorkeling and catch a fresh lobster for dinner and help the village people prepare your meal, the traditional way.
Observe the time-honored ways of sago making, female tattooing, canoe making, string bag making, rope and fish net making. Experience their colorful dancing and their spellbound rituals.
Be mesmerized by their fantastic head dress and their tapa cloth designs. Listen to the stories that have been the Tufi cultural foundation for centuries. Mix and live with the friendliest people in the South Pacific.
Kayaking, Canoeing & Beach Days
Take a slow boat ride to the end of Tufi’s Fjord. We will tow some kayaks along for a leisurely paddle back to the resort. Along the way, see some spectacular scenery. Some of the cliff faces are several, hundred feet high. Magnificent rainforest covers the surrounding mountains.
The Fjords are over 100 meters deep. Sheltered from the prevailing winds, the surface of the water is like glass. Along the shores are several local huts, tucked away in an idyllic setting. This is a real touch of paradise.
Duration of this fjord cruise is approximately 3 hours. Leave at 9am and return by lunch time. Take some insect repellent with you; after all, you are entering a tropical jungle. You’ll love it!
Do not hesitate to talk to us if you wish to organise this trip the way it will suit your requirements. However, please arrange with reception at least one day before.
Do you dream of tropical white sandy beaches, with crystal clear, warm water, beautiful coral gardens and colourful reef fishes? On Komoa Beach, your dreams come true!
Half-day or full day snorkeling trips, including local lunch of freshly caught fish and lobster can be organised by the resort. Depart the resort at 9am and return by midday or 3pm.
Relax under a coconut palm, soak up the sun. (Bring plenty of sunscreen and a T-shirt to cover you when snorkeling) The landowner, Apaulus will welcome you, show you around and offer you a fresh coconut to drink for morning tea. We supply beach towels and an “Eski” cooler for your beer and soft drinks.
All you need to do is make arrangements at reception at least one day prior to the trip! It’s all right here for you. Please note: Activities can be requested through Reservations and should be booked and paid for at the resort, during your stay.
This includes, but is not limited to: canoes, paddle boards, hobby cats, kayaks, local guided activities and tours, hikes, guesthouse day trip visits or guesthouse stays.
Papua New Guinea is the land of a million different journeys. Tufi explores many of these journeys and allows you to uncover culture and traditional ways that one thinks does not exist anymore.
Tufi is a great location to combine with other cultural festivals taking part in the country, to give you a mix of the different provinces and their cultural differences.
Tufi’s cultural festival will enlighten you into the Oro province traditional ways of food gathering and hunting, village life, spiritual beliefs and introduce you to their language “Karafe”. This is their place talk, meaning the language spoken by their villages.
At Tufi, we encourage school groupsto come and spend time in the local village guesthouses. This will open children’s minds to a very basic way of life without the modern conveniences we rely on today, such as computers, mobile phones, supermarkets, electricity and even running water.
We encourage this form of educational experience to enlighten the young ones of today, so they can appreciate nature at its finest and learn a survival that they would not be exposed to in their own environment.
Daily life of the local villagers includes building their traditional homes and canoes from sago palms, traditionally gardening and fishing and processing of their food, making ropes for hunting pigs, fishing nets and processing various trees for tapa cloth which is traditional clothing.
The “getaway” factor of Tufi’s location is romantic, making it very conducive for weddings and honeymoons. There is no transfer time at Tufi, as you virtually fly right into the resort. No other resort offers this convenience. So whether it’s a wedding or a conference, you will not find a better place for privacy and ambience.
Please note: Activities can be requested through Reservations and should be booked and paid for, at the resort, during your stay. This includes, but is not limited to: canoes, paddle boards, hobby cats, kayaks, local guided activities and tours, hikes, guesthouse day trip visits or guesthouse stays.
Papua New Guinea | European History & Tufi Resort
In the 18th century Tufi was first recognised as an idyllic anchorage for British capital ships. Later, and in the same period, it became a government station, occupied by the British. The first missionaries here were Anglican and their religion remains predominant today.
The Resort occupies the site that was formally the District Manager’s residence during PNG’s colonial era.
During WWII the Tufi wharf was initially occupied by the Japanese but then was subsequently used as the site of a USN Advance PT Boat base from December 1942, with PT Boats operating along the coast from Buna to Mambare.
After WWII the original District Manager’s residence was converted to a guesthouse for government employees and other buildings were added. The first hotel was built in the 1970’s and Tufi became a popular getaway for Port Moresby residents.
Nature – Papua New Guinea
Tufi is surrounded by a wide range of diverse habitats including beachfront coastal, mangroves, lowland rainforest, hill rainforests, littoral forests, coconut groves, plantations and grasslands. All have their own unique flora and fauna, but of particular importance are the butterflies and birds.1
Tufi is home to the world’s largest butterfly, the Queen Alexandra Bird Wing, that can have a wingspan of up to 28cm, and the males have a fantastic iridescent green and yellow colouring.
The blue ulysses butterfly and bright green priam’s birdwing are also common visitors to the grounds of the resort, attracted in by the variety of nectar bearing colourful plants, such as Hibiscus, Poinsettia and Frangipani. The world’s largest grasshopper, longest stick insect and longest beetle also live in the Tufi area.
Whilst the mammal fauna of Papua New Guinea can be somewhat secretive, there is the opportunity to occasionally see cuscuses, wallabies, echidnas and tree kangaroos, some of which are kept as pets in local villages.
The Tufi region and surrounding areas are renowned for their diversity and abundance of orchids, with common to extremely rare species in exotic abundance.
With perhaps ten percent of all known orchid species endemic to New Guinea and many of those existing within Oro Province, keen orchidists should definitely consider placing Tufi on their holiday wish list.
Within a few minutes walk of the Resort, extensive colonies of spathoglottis papuana can be seen growing on the rock faces of the fjord. For more information, please visit the Orchids of New Guinea website
Over 120 bird species have been identified within a few hours walk of Tufi including. There is a stand of trees just above one of Tufi’s fiords where Birds Of Paradise display at dawn and at dusk each day.
Orotoaba village is a 45 minute boat ride from Tufi Resort, to the sandy beaches at either Kaviana or Jebo village, or then a 45 minute hike along a well-worn bush road to the hill village of Orotoaba, which is located immediately above the 150 meter high Jebo waterfall.
An overnight tour to view the birds departs Tufi Resort immediately after lunch and returns at lunch-time the next day; homestay accommodation provided in Orotoaba village. Download our Bird Watching Itineraries.