Why go to Conflict Islands?
Crystal-clear blue waters, white sandy beaches and a variety of watersports available
Souvenir prices are higher than found at other Papua New Guinea ports and jellyfish are found at certain times of the year
Picture-perfect private islands that are well organised and perfect for the whole family
Conflict Islands Cruise Port Facilities?
The port is well organised and there are signs to help navigate around the island. The resort staff are all very helpful and will ensure you are in the right place to get to your tour. The activity desk will also store your belongings.
Good to Know?
The Conflict Islands surround a deep blue lagoon, where ships can anchor and tender passengers to the pier. A second pier has been built on the other side of the island so that visits are less likely to be cancelled due to wind and sea conditions. The tender service takes about 15 minutes to reach Panasesa Island. There is no wheelchair access along the jetty or on the sandy island.
On Foot: The island is easy to navigate on foot as there are no other transportation options
Currency & Best Way to Get Money?
Prices are displayed in AUD but payment is made using vouchers. Australian dollars and Papua New Guinean Kina can be exchanged for vouchers at a stand on the island. The vouchers can be used for food, drinks, hire of water sports equipment and glass-bottom boat tours. Purchase wisely as you cannot get a refund on unused vouchers.