Rapopo Plantation Resort

Islands Region
Accommodation Type
Rapopo Plantation, Gazelle Peninsula Kokopo East New Britain Papua New Guinea

Rapopo Plantation Resort was awarded 2018 Travellers’ Choice top 25 hotels in the South Pacific TripAdvisor’s most prestigious award.

Located 10 minutes from the airport and 5 minutes from the township of Kokopo, the Resort has a private beachfront with stunning views of Tavurvur volcano overlooking the crystal clear waters and islands of Rabaul, East New Britain.

A wide variety of attractions are best enjoyed at Rapopo Plantation Resort. Visit the ash buried town of Rabaul once considered “the Pearl of the South Pacific” and encounter the 500 km Japanese war tunnels and relics left from World War II. Climb a volcano, discover the undeveloped islands, dive in turquoise waters with excellent clarity, snorkel or swim at the beach just metres from your room or simply relax by the hotel’s amazing pool.

Meet the local wild dolphins in their natural habitat neither trained, handled nor fed. Be enchanted by their friendly nature and curiosity around humans.

Book a fantastic land and sea tour with Rabaul Kokopo Dive located at the Resort.

Enjoy fresh lobsters and fish caught in our unpolluted waters by our local fishermen using traditional methods ensuring sustainability. Western, Asian, Thai and international cuisine are amongst our specialties. Special dietary requirements are also catered for. We serve only organic fruit and vegetables sourced daily by our chefs from the local markets.

Rapopo Plantation Resort offers conference facilities and equipment. Our beachfront lawn is perfect for outdoor gatherings such as weddings, gala dinners and events. Our innovative and creative events team shall ensure a memorable experience for your occasion.

For bookings and further information, call: +675 9829944 / +675 982 9489 or email: reservation@rapopo.com

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