34 Alotau Cruise Reviews

Crammed into three buses with jump seats in use - entertained for 3 hours while the Coral Discoverer was prepared for new guests.
Crammed into three buses with jump seats in use - entertained for 3 hours while the Coral Discoverer was prepared for new guests. Read Less
Sail Date February 2016
Great tour, great itinerary, good vehicle and driver, but 9 squashed into an 8 seater vehicle in the very hot and humid PNG conditions, on roads that arent the safest.
Great tour, great itinerary, good vehicle and driver, but 9 squashed into an 8 seater vehicle in the very hot and humid PNG conditions, on roads that arent the safest. Read Less
Sail Date February 2016
We did a half day tour and visited a little school where the children danced for us. The school itself was very poor with little Govt assistance, we gave them books etc to help out The children were wonderful. The we visited a village ... Read More
We did a half day tour and visited a little school where the children danced for us. The school itself was very poor with little Govt assistance, we gave them books etc to help out The children were wonderful. The we visited a village where a lady cooked for us and wer saw some of their native craft. Read Less
Sail Date February 2016
It's a beach area where you can swim & snorkel. Ship anchors and you are tendered in. Has markets, very colourful.
It's a beach area where you can swim & snorkel. Ship anchors and you are tendered in. Has markets, very colourful. Read Less
Sail Date January 2016
Way too expensive and saw nil war memorabilia. Half the cost would be fine
Way too expensive and saw nil war memorabilia. Half the cost would be fine Read Less
Sail Date November 2015
We did our own thing and loved it. Was the first time we uncounted beatle nut. All the natives from a very young age seem to chew on it. The locals put on great free shows for the ship at the wharf and near the town area proper. Town is an ... Read More
We did our own thing and loved it. Was the first time we uncounted beatle nut. All the natives from a very young age seem to chew on it. The locals put on great free shows for the ship at the wharf and near the town area proper. Town is an easy walk. Read Less
Sail Date February 2015
I thoroughly enjoyed going to Alotau, the drums the dancing and singing was more than I expected, it was something I hadn't experienced before. I did find the souvenirs much too expensive to buy, $40 for a 'China Made' ... Read More
I thoroughly enjoyed going to Alotau, the drums the dancing and singing was more than I expected, it was something I hadn't experienced before. I did find the souvenirs much too expensive to buy, $40 for a 'China Made' t-shirt, is too much. Sarongs were $25 not too bad, but other Islands I have been to they have been either $5, or $10, so a big difference. Wooden souvenirs I did not ask about, as I don't like dealing with Customs back home! Read Less
Sail Date February 2015

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