Papua New Guinea Holidays

Top destinations in Papua New Guinea

Top hotels in Papua New Guinea

Crossroads Hotel Lae
Crossroads Hotel Lae
3 out of 5
Awilunga Estate, 9 Mile, Lae, Momase Region
The price is S$146 per night from 6 Dec to 6 Dec
Excludes taxes & fees
3.5/5 Good! (4 reviews)
"Air Con was inoperative so I had to change room. But the TV remote didn't work in that room. Front Desk staff failed to make my airport transfer booking in the morning."

Reviewed on 2 Dec,2019

Crossroads Hotel Lae
The Sanctuary Hotel and Spa
The Sanctuary Hotel and Spa
4 out of 5
Section 276, Lot 60, Pitpit St., North Waigani, Port Moresby, National Capital Region
3.9/5 Very Good! (15 reviews)
"Paid online, also was asked to pay at check-in. refund is a bit slow coming. staff are lovely. room is an odd shape and size."

Reviewed on 12 Oct,2020

The Sanctuary Hotel and Spa
Loloata Island Resort
Loloata Island Resort
4.5 out of 5
Magi Hwy, Port Moresby
Fully refundableReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is S$279 per night from 7 Dec to 7 Dec
Excludes taxes & fees
4.4/5 Excellent! (8 reviews)
"Loved it! The only thing I can think of that would make it better is a beach area that didn't have sea grass and rocks. Didn't spend any time swimming in the ocean as I personally don't care for those conditions. BUT, because of the location/geography around the island probably nothing you can do ..."

Reviewed on 25 Oct,2021

Loloata Island Resort
Lowest nightly price found within the past 24 hours based on a 1 night stay for 2 adults. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.

Papua New Guinea

With its staggering biodiversity and cultural wealth spread across more than 600 islands, this southwestern Pacific treasure will surprise at every turn.

Explore jungle lowlands, jagged peaks, coral reefs and pristine beaches in Papua New Guinea, a country known for its immense diversity and vibrant indigenous cultures. PNG is comprised of the eastern half of New Guinea and hundreds of offshore islands. The country is made up of four major regions, which are home to rich indigenous cultures where up to 800 different languages are spoken.

Port Moresby, the country’s capital, lies on the northern coast of the mainland in the Papua region. Check out the city’s harbour, intriguing museums, botanical gardens and fresh seafood markets. The region’s Milne Bay Province stretches across a gorgeous cape dotted with beaches and snorkeling hotspots.

Explore one of Papua New Guinea’s most biologically distinct regions, the Highlands. This northerly region has verdant valleys that rise into rugged mountains up to 13,000 feet (4,000 metres) and is also PNG’s most densely populated area.

Go trekking through magnificent groves of orchids, spot rare wildlife and keep an eye out for birds of paradise around Mount Wilhelm. The region is home to more than 700 different indigenous cultures, all of which have their own fascinating traditions.

In the Central Province of the Papua region is the famous Kokoda Track, a trek into World War II history that follows in the footsteps of Australian soldiers over a 60-mile (96-kilometre) trail through the Owen Stanley Range.

The Momase region of the Papuan mainland contains the country’s second-largest city, Lae. Visit the cafés and galleries of the city or explore its surroundings to find tropical rainforests and coffee plantations.

Offshore to the northeast, you’ll find a collection of islands in the Bismarck Archipelago and the North Solomon Islands. Experience fantastic snorkeling in this region and see coral gardens, shipwrecks, deep reef cliffs and iridescent fish.

Fly into Papua New Guinea’s international airport in Port Moresby and explore the region with charter tours and adventures. There is little tourism infrastructure in the country so it is recommended you organise your trip in advance. 

Enjoy PNG’s year-round tropical warmth and trek, dive, surf and cruise at any time of the year.

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