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: info@mtspng.com  or call, +675 7999-1665 / +675 422-2766 

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Papua New Guinea cultural experiences with Melanesian Tourist Services

The Bay View Apartments is a new accommodation facility in Alotau. The facility consists of all self-contained rooms except for three rooms that share common shower and toilet facilities. The rest have their own kitchen including toilet and shower. The Bay View is located high above Alotau Town overlooking the Bay below. The property is still been extended to facilitate for functions and conferences. Bay View Apartments also offers vehicles for hire. The vehicle ranges from four wheel drives to vans and sedans.

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Situated in the heart of Kokopo Town, Kokopo Village Resort is only 20 minutes drive from the Tokua airport and a convenient 10 minutes walk from the famous Kokopo War and Cultural Museum and the Kokopo Golf Course The Resort is set in lush tropical gardens and beautifully sits above a magnificent beachfront over looking the Duke Of York Islands With friendly dedicated staff ready to meet your needs, your stay at the Kokopo Village Resort will be a memorable one. The resort offers a very relaxing atmosphere and fine cuisine within its restaurant. All 23 rooms have satellite TV and air conditioning.

Occasionally, entertainment is provided by the locals in the form of traditional singing or choir singing which the East New Britain province is known for. Airport transfers and culture tours, such as war relic trips can be arranged for guests on request.

Talio Lodge has an interesting set-up, the accommodation consists of 40-foot shipping containers converted to stylish modern rooms.

The lodge has 6 self-contained rooms with kitchenette and a Queen size bed, a suite with double rooms, standard with a single bed, and a room for those who just want to spend a day.

Talio Lodge is just 300 meters away from Wewak Airport and overlooks the picturesque Boram Bay.

The hotel  provides guests 24-hour security and is equipped with backup water tank and power generator.

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For further information and bookings, call: +675 456-31557046-93907135-8904 or fax: +675 456-2330

Tupira Surf Club, Ulingan Bay is located approximately 180 kilometers north of Madang Town and about a 2 hour scenic drive from Madang Airport by sealed road along the beautiful north coast of Madang.

Tupira Surf Club is Madang Provinces first and only surf club in existence and is affiliated to the Surfing Association of Papua New Guinea.

The accommodation at Tupira Surf Club has 6 rooms and a room for 12. There is a new bungalow that has two rooms each ideal for couples and families. The seaside location of the houses mean that ocean breezes cool things down in the evenings.

The facility also has running water pumped down from natural springs for showers and 2 septic toilets. Power is provided by generators. Tupira Surf Club has a fully licensed bar to ser

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: info@nusaislandretreat.com 

Masurina Lodge is the oldest stay in Alotau, and for many years it was the only place to accommodate visitors.

It began as a domestic residence in the 1960s when Alotau was a tiny outpost of the colonial administration. Masurina has now grown and is situated on the hill that overlooks the Alotau Bay, with spectacular views of the ocean.

For further information and bookings, phone: +675 641-1212 / 641-1213 / 7364-4244

Ulumani – Treetops Rain-forest Lodge is owned and operated by the traditional landowners of the area. The lodge is their initiative to generate income in an ecologically sound and sustainable way, thereby ensuring the preservation of the rain forest and its diverse ecosystems for many generations to come. It consists of a two-room cottage and an eight-bedroom lodge set in the forested foothills of the Pini Ranges. All amenities are provided with power and hot and cold water. The cottage comfortably sleeps four guests and is fully self-contained with a main bedroom and second bedroom which doubles as the living area.

Asia Aromas along the Harbourside, Stanley Esplanade, offers a great choice of Asian cuisine, especially Chinese and Thai.

Freshly steamed coral trout is the signature dish.  Enjoy the delicious fresh fish menu while overlooking the Port Moresby harbour.

Asia Aromas is open 7-days a week.

Monday to Saturday: 11 am to 2 pm; 5 pm to 10 pm|
Sunday: 10.30 am to 2.30 pm

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