Accommodation, Coast and Beaches

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 14 spacious, en suite air-conditioned rooms, attractive wooden flooring, seating and verandas.

There is a pleasant lounge and dining area with a good bar and swimming pool set within an attractive garden that leads to a private beach.

Malolo is well placed for visits to local villages and nearby islands for snorkelling. Diving and sea kayaking can also be arranged in nearby Madang. There are daily cultural activities sometimes visiting a local village where the community still almost completely from the sea, forest and land.

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Malolo Plantation Lodge -4.899863, 145.784465 Malolo Plantation LodgeView


Private bathrooms, restaurant, lounge, bar, air-conditioning, veranda and tennis court.

Local Wildlife

Mainly birds of various species and underwater fauna.

Optional Activities

Snorkelling, diving, village visits, war memorial

Jonathan Morris

Area Specialist

If you have any questions regarding our Papua New Guinea tours, please feel free to contact me on +44 (0)1803 866965

It is difficult to comprehend that the holiday is over.  PNG is a special, amazing place where you still feel like a traveller/explorer, not a tourist. The images of the extremely varied birds, culture, people and scenery will remain with me always.  Thank you for arranging it!

About 90 percent of the tour was wonderful. Reggiana’s Bird of Paradise displaying on the first afternoon, awesome!   Food was superb throughout (a first for Shirley and I!).  Logistics were essentially smooth and punctual. Regarding the lodges Raintree Lodge served it’s purpose, a comfortable base.  Rondon was contemporary and well appointed (lovely rooms).  Kumul was, as expected, rudimentary but an experience enhanced by THAT BIRD FEEDING STATION!).  I was literary just two metres away from a Bird of Paradise!  Wailindi was relaxing and very efficient.  Everywhere the people were so affable and welcoming!!  Incomprehensible levels of diversity regarding the culture, remarkable.

Mr PS - Ipswich