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Wild PNG Guided Backpacker


From $1595.00
Max. Pax: 10
7 Days / 6 Nights

Departures
Starts: 10:00 Hrs - Monday
Ends: 14:00 Hrs - Sunday

Options
RRP $ 2195.00 $ 1595.00 per Person for Shared Single (for travel between Fri 31 May 2019 and Fri 01 May 2020)
RRP $ 2395.00 $ 1795.00 per Person for Private Double Room (for travel between Sat 24 Aug 2019 and Fri 01 May 2020)
RRP $ 2595.00 $ 1995.00 per Person for Private Bungalow (At Nuakata Only) (for travel between Sat 24 Aug 2019 and Fri 01 May 2020)


7 Days is the perfect time to explore the Milne Bay tropical islands including Nuakata Island, Eastcape, Yabam Island and Boiboi Waga Island. Sleep in traditionally made bungalows at night, explore the islands, people and reefs by day.

  • Sleep in traditional abungalow accommodation
  • Enjoy the beach fire at night
  • Explore the nearby reefs
  • Assist catching the daily fish for us and our local hosts
  • Mix with the locals who host us and the nearby families
  • Snorkel and swim
  • Accommodation is absolute beachfront
Wild PNG
Contact Us: 0409 903 773

This adventure starts with a night at Eastcape, the most eastern part of the Papua New Guinea mainland and the jumping off point for all the remote islanders travelling to and from Alotau. There is a small traditional; market here and plenty of beautiful walks along the water way in both directions.

Snorkelling on coral reefs is possible directly off the shore here is calm waters teeming with marine life.

On day 2, we head out to the islands and spend the next 4 nights at Nuakata Island and Yabam Island accommodation. Both are absolute beach front and offer snorkelling right off the beach.

We'll travel by local dinghies between the islands and reefs and also spend time exploring our hosts islands and neighbouring family units. The families here live a subsistence life, catching and growing pretty much their entire diet.