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The Poor Knights Islands area pristine Marine Reserve, rated by Jacques Cousteau as one of the top ten dive sites in New Zealand.

Dive! Tutukaka is the leading, and most awarded, dive charter business in New Zealand.

We give you the best diving experience possible. Each diver has different objectives. By having a fleet of boats of different sizes, and by treating you as an individual, we help you meet your expectations. What never changes is the quality of our boats, their maintenance and our crews. Giving you a great day full of smiles, service and excitement is our objective.

Bigger boats, more room, top crew, daily service*, means more choice of challenging sites for experienced divers, plus more assistance and support for beginners. Don’t compromise what will be one of the greatest dives of your life.

But, we would say that, wouldn’t we?

Our local community has named us “Best Business in Northland”. PADI has identified us as the “Most Outstanding Dive Centre in the Asia Pacific Region”. New Zealand Tourism has named us “Best Tourism Business in New Zealand”. That is others talking, not us.

 

And we walk the walk.

Awards are nice but we are proud of our commitment to environmental sustainability.  We hold New Zealand’s  Qualmark Envirogold status;  the New Zealand Department of Conservation “Conservation in Action” award; the PADI Environmental Achievement award.; are a Project Aware Go ECO operator and founding members of the Northland Sustainable Business charter.

So, the reason you should dive with us is……….

Not because we win awards but simply because we provide service, safety, reliability, professionalism and commitment to our customers that is ahead of everyone else.

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