Papua New Guinea has a vast range of accommodation styles; from modern hotels built to keep International dignitaries, to locally owned village guest houses in the middle of nowhere. All the major towns have hotels, but they also will offer motel style if those are not to your taste. Resorts are mostly eco-style, built from local bush materials, some self sufficient using solar power and rain water.


Port Moresby is the capital of PNG, with more than half a million people living here. The country’s rich natural resources have seen this city develop rapidly in recent times.

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Seen as the tourism hub of PNG, The beautiful Gazelle Peninsula is rich in history from German and Japanese occupation dating back to the early 20th century.

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Lae is the business centre of the north, with the longest road network in PNG linking the highlands to the islands with many companies using Lae as it’s base.

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Once known as the most beautiful town in PNG, Madang is still home to great diving, idyllic white sandy islands, surfing and more

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Goroka is the gateway to the Highlands, a fertile region with spectacular natural scenery and is home to many PNG Tea and coffee plantations.

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Mount Hagen is PNG’s third largest town and is home to the world famous Mount Hagen Show, which takes place in August each year

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Sleepy but beautiful Milne Bay is home to World War II and ancestral history, plus superb diving and snorkelling and uninhabited tropical islands with white sandy beaches.

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Kavieng is a small town at the Northern tip of New Ireland. There is easy access to the island retreats and to Namatanai to the south via the Bulominski Highway

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West New Britain is famous for its superb diving through Walindi Resort and Black Bass Fishing at Baia Lodge, both of which are accessible through Kimbe.

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Probably more famous for it’s detention centre than tourism, Manus is an unspoilt piece of paradise that offers surfing, diving and secluded white sanded beaches

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Wewak is a the capital of the East Sepik Province, a small coastal town with history of German occupation and memorials from World War II.

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Here is where we include accommodation in the smaller locations of Tufi, Bougainville, Kiunga, Daru, Vanimo, Tari and Enga

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