Cruises to Papua New Guinea
Cruise to a land of biological diversity, white sand beaches and coral reefs to dive for
Papua New Guinea is the next hot cruise destination. A cruise to Papua New Guinea could take you to the beautiful Conflict Islands or Alotau and many more places of untouched beauty. Cruise to Papua New Guinea and experience natural resources such as volcanic sites, thick rain forests, rich highlands and other attractions which will make for an adventure-packed holiday.
Don't forget to pack your scuba gear or rent some on the island, as Papua New Guinea is known for its underwater marvels - coral reefs, coastlines and islands. Walking the Kokoda Trail is also recommended, where you will be immersed in paradise and even spot some exotic birds. Furthermore, fishing here is like no-other as Papua New Guinea has some of the strongest fish.
This Melanesian nation is at the very north of Australia and has the same equatorial climate, making it a perfect all-year round cruising destination. Get ready for an adventure filled, sunny cruise holiday!
Alotau is a town located upon a bay in Papua New Guinea which is only accessible by boat.
Rabaul is located at the northernmost point of the island of New Britain, which is part of Papua New Guinea. Rabaul is a port city which connects the Bismarck lake with the Solomon Sea. The landscape of the city is dominated by an active volcano which lies behind the town. In addition, you will find beautiful beaches and a truly breathtaking underwater world which is perfect for swimming and recreation.
Kiriwina is the biggest island of the Trobiand Islands of Papua New Guinea.
The Conflict Islands (also Conflict Group) is an Aátoll in the Coral Sea. The Conflict Islands Atoll forms a pear-shaped reef formation , enclosing a massive central lagoon within the reef.
In Papua New Guinea, you will find many unique traditions. For example, masks have always been there to play a major role and have been used as a symbol against evil spirits. Even today there are many festivals that have masks as its center. Let yourself be inspired by the tradition and explore a completely different culture.
Milne Bay is located in the southern part of the Oceanian nation of Papua New Guinea named after a renowned Scottish officer of the British Royal Navy.
Samarai Island is a National Historical Heritage Island, because it was once an important trading center. It also offers a picturesque walkway, superb diving and a beautiful beach.
Fergusson Island is volcanically active, with a number of areas of historic/geologic volcanism and active geothermal fields.
Dobu Island is a small island located south of the Fergusson Island and North of the Normanby Island.
Garove is a small and low volcanic island north of New Britain in the Witu Group, Papua New Guinea. It is the largest island in the group. The island is dominated by the Garove volcano that has a 5 km wide flooded caldera open to the sea through a narrow breach on the southern side, where it forms Johann Albrecht harbour. Garove is famous for its fumarole fields and thermal areas.
Manus, the largest of the Admiralty Islands, is rugged and heavily timbered, with central hills rising to over 700m. The vast sea area around it is rich with marine life and beautiful coral reefs.
Bonarua Island is located south of Milne Bay in Milne Bay Province. It has an area of 0.07 km² with the highest elevation - 24 meters. It is uninhabited since 1999 when the last sea pearls farm was closed down.
Bodulan Islands are a group of islands located near Papua New Guinea.
The Guinean territory of Doini Island is a fantastic island resort boasting beautiful natural beauty including beaches and lush rainforests.
Tsoilaunung is an island located off the east coast of the New Hanover island in Papua New Guinea. The waters around the island are great for diving and snorkelling.
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