Papua New Guinea Cruises
A GLIMPSE INTO PAPUA NEW GUINEA
Papua New Guinea remains undeveloped making it the ideal cruise holiday destination for those wanting to get away from the usual tourist locations. If you’re looking for a glimpse of real culture without the tourist edge, a cruise to Papua New Guinea is ideal. With over 700 languages and 600 islands, a Papua New Guinea cruise will give you the opportunity to see things you would never normally see on the main tourist track. Remote tribal villages, dense forests and lagoons give a taster of what you’ll find.[ReadMore]
Though amenities and infrastructure are slightly more basic compared to more touristy Paciifc island cruise destinations, Alotau offers a truly authentic and enriching experience for those seeking adventure, cultural immersion, and natural beauty.
DISCOVER THE SHORES OF ALOTAU
Capital of Papua New Guinea’s Milne Bay, Alotau is a nature lovers dream, with seas rich with hundreds of varieties of coral and reef fish, and marine life such as manta rays, seahorses and turtles. Relax by the coast or take a scenic cruise on the stunning coastlines offer a chance to get up close and personal with these wonderful creatures. Cultural enthusiasts can revel in the rich history that this town has to share on an Alotau cruise. Visit the Milne Bay War Memorial, which commemorates the World War II Battle of Milne Bay or arrange a guided tour to learn about the traditional practices, rituals, and daily life of the indigenous communities in the region. Or simply enjoy a cultural performances and ceremonies showcasing the traditional dances, music, and customs of Papua New Guinea. These displays provide a fascinating glimpse into rich cultural diversity here and demonstrate just why you should take a Papua New Guinea holiday.
Cruises to Papua New Guinea
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