Melanesian Tourist Services (MTS) is one of Papua New Guinea’s biggest inbound tour operators based in Madang Province.  

Popular MTS tours include boat charters along the Sepik River, and outer islands of Madang Province, especially Karkar, Manam, and Bagabag.  

MTS provides accommodation, boat charters, cultural experiences, Madang harbor cruises, snorkeling and scuba diving.  

MTS is located at the famous Madang Resort and Kalibobo Village.  

Scuba diving enthusiasts can also enquire with Niugini Dive Adventures – a subsidiary of MTS, and also located at the Madang Resort.   

For further information and bookings, email:  or call, +675 7999-1665 / +675 422-2766 

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Papua New Guinea cultural experiences with Melanesian Tourist Services

Nusa Island Retreat offers you everything you need – a relaxed atmosphere where you can fill a day with activities such as swimming, diving, snorkelling, fishing, surfing or hiking, or simply laze around in a hammock and go at your own pace.

To top it all off, we have the best restaurant around, offering a wide variety of local and western dishes, and of course, a well stocked bar!

Located on the outer reaches of the Niugini Islands, New Ireland is considered one of the safest and most relaxed provinces. We are situated only a couple of minutes via boat from Kavieng, making Nusa Island perfectly positioned to access the conveniences of town, yet far enough to feel a world away!

Nusa Island Retreat is set on a sheltered white sandy point which offers safe swimming and encompassing views back across the aqua blues of Kavieng Harbour. It exudes a relaxed and easy going feel from the moment you set foot on the beach and bury your toes in the sand.

Feel free to contact the Nusal Island Resort for further information and bookings, phone: +675 7231 8302 / +675 7231 8301 / +675 7231 8300  or email: 

PRO Dive PNG, formerly known as “The Dive Centre,” runs diving and snorkeling tours off the coast of Port Moresby.

Popular dive sites include Suzie’s Bommie, Ends Bommie and MV Pacific Gas.  While Lion Island offers great snorkeling and a perfect picnic spot.

For further information and bookings, email: or call +675 7194 9333

With over 145,000 visitors annually, Port Moresby Nature Park is Papua New Guinea’s highest visited attraction, inspiring through education the guardianship of PNG’s unique natural environment.

Spread over 30 acres and located next to the University of Papua New Guinea, the park is home to over 550 native animals and hundreds of plant species, many of which are rarely seen outside of PNG.

It is PNG’s only internationally recognized Wildlife Park that sets the benchmark in PNG for tourism, animal welfare and community nature-based education.

Nature Park received a historic award at the Zoo and Aquarium Association of Australasia (ZAA) Gala Awards in 2016 for its ‘Sister Zoo Capacity Development Partnership Program’.  Then in 2018, they received a ZAA Education Award for its ‘World Wildlife Week Program’.

This year, 2021, the park again received not one, but two awards in the Zoo and Aquarium Association of Australasia (ZAA) Gala Awards. Both awards in the Small Institutions category, the Nature Park received the award in Exhibit Design for the construction of its ‘Reptile Haus’, a first of its kind in PNG. The second award was an Engagement Award for the park’s ‘Snaketastic Program’ run over two months at the Park in 2018.

The park’s popular features include: WWII Walk-Through Aviary, Tree Kangaroo Trail, Bird of Paradise Precinct, Rainforest Retreat, Cassowary Corridor, Nature’s Café and plenty more.

Shuttle buses and guided tours are available through booking.


Opening hours

Monday – Friday: 9:00am – 4:30pm
Saturday – Sunday: 9:00am – 5:00pm

Entry Fees


Adults: K10.00
Students (with I.D): K7.00
Kids (3 – 12 yrs): K5.00


Adults: K20:00
Students (with I.D): K15.00
Kids (3 – 12 yrs): K10.00

Guided Tours

K60.00 maximum of 4 people
K15.00 for group size 5 people and above.

Shuttle Bus Service

K60.00 one way

Contact Details

Mail: P.O. Box 110
University, NCD

Tel: +675 326-0248
Fax: +675 326-3016



You can also contact Port Moresby Nature Park on Facebook and TripAdvisor

South Sea Horizons has been operating innovative and rewarding group travel experiences along the Kokoda Track and beyond since 2007.

Proudly owned and operated, the company works alongside local communities to help them develop local tourism products of their own that are sustainable and give back to the region.  South Sea Horizons is committed to providing jobs as an equal-opportunity-employer at every level of their business – including management, guides, porters and cooks.

Other unforgettable tours on the South Sea Horizons itinerary include the historic seaside town of Rabaul in East New Britain. Also, on mainland PNG the popular annual Goroka Show offers a thrilling experience for visitors in the Eastern Highlands.

“I love PNG, we have an amazing country that should be showcased to the rest of the world. The raw beauty of our people and the countryside will amaze you. Our aim at South Sea Horizons is to make sure you experience everything great our country has to offer.” ~Alan Manning, General Manager, South Sea Horizons

Contact the South Sea Horizons team for more information about their exciting tours.

For further information and bookings contact tour operations manager Ms. Jane Stevenson, email:, phone: +675 7388 5036 (PNG) or +612 8216 3678 (Australia).

The Walindi Plantation Resort is located near beautiful Kimbe Bay in West New Britain Province.

The resort has been been proudly showing off the many wonders of Kimbe Bay’s reefs to visiting divers for over three decades and has since developed a sterling reputation for its quality of diving, warm hospitality and relaxed atmosphere.

Walindi’s room options include bungalows and house rooms.  While its on-site restaurant offers a delicious choice of international and local cuisines, including a well-stocked bar.

Apart from its world-class diving tours, the resort has a selection of land tours allowing visitors to explore West New Britain.

Walindi Resort is also home to the boutique live-aboard dive vessel, MV Febrina.

For further information and bookings call: +675 7234 8460 or +675 7373 4199

MV FeBrina is one of Papua New Guinea’s popular dive live-aboards, running exciting scuba diving tours across the New Britain island for over two decades and proudly calls the Walindi Plantation Resort her home port.

The three-deck vessel can host up to 12 guests in nine cabins with individual ensuite bathrooms and air-conditioning.

Skipper and owner Alan Raabe and his experienced long-time serving Papua New Guinean crew are dedicated to the comfort and safety of their guests.

Discover the incomparable diving sites of the island of New Britain with MV Febrina.

For further information and bookings, call: +675 7234 8460 or +675 7373 4199

Locally owned and operated, PNG Highlands Adventures is an inbound tour operator based in Goroka, Eastern Highlands Province.

PNG Highlands Adventures specializes in Trekking and Cultural Festival Tours in the Highlands region of Papua New Guinea and has recently branched out to the Momase and New Guinea Islands regions.

Let PNG Highlands Adventures take you on a PNG odyssey to meet the Mudmen of the Asaro Valley, the Melpa speaking tribes of Western Highlands, the wilderness of Tari, the fascinating Kalam tribe of Madang or the River communities of the Sepik.

What better way to experience the thrilling cultures of the Highlands, than at the iconic festivals of the Goroka Show and the Hagen Show.

Book you PNG Highlands Adventure today!

For further information and bookings, call: +675 7046 8746 / +675 7239 7966 or email: /

Lissenung Island Resort is a 20-minute boat ride from Kavieng town in New Ireland Province.

There are 7 ocean-front rooms (6 with private facilities) in 4 spread-out duplex bungalows, furnished with hardwood floors and spacious verandahs. Tropical and international alfresco dining enhance your experience of island life.

Other than a handful of local staff, you won’t see another soul. You can easily circumnavigate the entire island in 10-15 minutes.

Deckchairs and a bottle of wine on the beach at sunset time are the perfect way of ending an exciting day of diving.

More than 40 dive sites are available for diving enthusiasts – from walls, drift dives, coral gardens and wrecks for muck diving; from pygmy seahorse to silvertip sharks and eagle rays – all just a 15 – 45 minutes by boat from the resort. Water temperature is never less than 28° Celsius.

Also available: Dive instruction, Gear rental and Free WiFi.

For further information and booking, email: or call +675 7234 5834

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