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PNG's largest island has several active volcanoes, including Ulawun (the nation's highest volcano), Tavurvur and Vulcan, whose eruption in 1994 destroyed the old capital of East New Britain, Rabaul. Today, most of the town still lies under a thick coating of ash. East New Britain has a wealth of attractions including historical sites from World War II and is famous for fishing and diving. West New Britain is much less developed, with large areas of pristine rainforest still intact.

Walindi Plantation Resort
Located on the northern coast of West New Britain in Kimbe Bay, this small dive resort has accommodation in tasteful thatched bungalows, a nice swimming pool as well as a bar and dining area. Adjacent to the resort is the Mahonia Na Dari conservation and research centre where scientist have recorded 900 fish and 400 coral species, giving some indication of the wealth of marine life to be found here.


Famous for its magnificent fjords formed by ancient volcanic eruptions, Tufi is a small town on the coast at Cape Nelson on the main island of New Guinea. The chief attraction is the spectacular fjord, reef and wreck diving. The local cultural heritage, orchids, birds and butterflies including the worlds largest butterfly, the Queen Alexandra birdwing, are further reasons to visit the region.

Tufi Dive Resort
Located on the slopes of Mount Trafalgar with stunning views of the fjords below, this lovely resort offers accommodation in comfortable bungalows traditionally constructed from local bush materials and decorated with superb tribal carvings and artefacts. Though diving is the main activity, other options includes hiking, birdwatching and village visits.


Located on a peninsula on the north coast of New Guinea island, Madang has been referred to as the prettiest town in the Pacific. With its laid back tropical atmosphere, it is a good spot in which to relax at the end of a busy tour.  There is excellent snorkelling and diving to be had with good visibility, diverse tropical coral and fish life and many  World War II wrecks to explore.

Malolo Plantation Lodge
Located outside of Madang, the lodge has a picturesque setting overlooking the Bismark Sea and the volcanic island of Karkar. The plantation-style building is surrounded by beautiful gardens that reach down to the black sand beach.  With comfortable accommodation in spacious, air-conditioned rooms, pleasant lounge and dining areas as well as a swimming pool, Malolo is well placed for visits to local villages and nearby islands for snorkelling. Diving can be arranged in nearby Madang.



By including three of the choicest locations on the main island, we aim to reveal the premier natural history and cultural attractions of the country. Verdant rainforests, cool mountains, fabulous birds of paradise, flamboyant Huli Wigmen, colourful coral reefs and traditional river tribes.  Find out more...

Staying in a high degree of comfort at some of the best wildlife lodges and dive resorts will serve to enhance the remarkable experiences in store in this wide-ranging and well-paced natural history tour. Highlands, lowlands and coast combine to create an appropriate showcase for all that is best in this last frontier of tourism.   Find out more...

A highly unusual itinerary involving fantastic out-of-the-way locations providing a diverse range of habitats and experiences. Few venture to the savannah-land of Bensbach with its Australasian wildlife, while Ambua, although more popular, is the best for PNG birds of paradise. Then come a great lodge and lovely marine resort on exotic New Britain island to round off this Papua New Guinea Wildlife Tour.  Find out more...

With almost daily activities, high quality accommodation and all meals included, this excellent value tour reveals many of the unique attractions that Papua New Guinea has to offer: beautiful birds of paradise, stunning scenery and ancient tribal cultures. Find out more...