This centre is on the shores of Natewa bay which is the largest bay in the South Pacific. Incredibly despite the abundance of reefs in the bay and even a 500m deep sea channel in the middle of the bay there has been no previously published marine research from the bay. The Opwall teams have access to this paradise bay and will be staying in tents under a roofed area covering also the large open sided hall used for eating and for lectures. There are flush toilets and showers on site and a fully equipped diving centre. The advantage of this marine site is that the students will be involved in some of the first research ever completed on this bay. All students from both the Natewa and North-western camp will spend their second week at this marine camp.
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