Ninigo Islands, Papua New Guinea

The Ninigo Islands, a captivating collection of over 30 islands, form part of the western archipelago of the Bismarck Islands. These islands have seen the footprints of Melanesians, Polynesians, and Germans, and today they are home to the warm and welcoming Micronesians. Unlike many other South Pacific locales, the inhabitants here have retained a unique cultural trait – they do not participate in trade, despite the regular influx of yachts gracing their stunning shores.

Life here is beautifully simple. Coconuts, children, and canoes abound on every island, painting a picture of idyllic island living. The islands celebrate their heritage with an annual canoe race, where traditional sailing canoes take to the waters in a vibrant display of local customs. Papua New Guinea, the larger region encompassing the Ninigo Islands, is a treasure trove of diverse cultures and expansive rainforests.

Snorkeling & Scuba Diving

The crystal-clear waters surrounding the Ninigo Islands are a diver's paradise, teeming with vibrant reefs that promise unforgettable snorkeling and scuba diving experiences.  Enjoy a snorkeling or scuba diving expedition, offering you a front-row seat to the breathtaking aquatic life of the Ninigo Islands.

*Experiences subject to change.