Kayaking Your Way Around Papua New Guinea

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Stunning coastlines, pristine tropical waters teaming with sea-life and colourful coral reefs are just waiting to be discovered during your travels.

Take a unique, scenic route in a kayak for a true adventure in this land of a million different journeys. With close to 600 different islands there’s no better way to explore than through our selection of kayaking journeys that can take you to our more remote and uninhabited islands.


  • Paddle along the coastline of New Ireland province, where white sandy islands are home to some of our friendliest hosts.
  • Take in the scenery of the slow-rolling shallow seas in a kayak around Kalibobo Village (Madang province).
  • Encounter sea turtles, schools of playful dolphins, and mackerel jumping 20 to 30 feet in the air around the secluded coastlines of the spectacular tropical fjord-like rias of Tufi (Oro province).

Tours are offered all year round, but the best months, especially for first-time kayakers, are from April to November when the seas are generally calmer.

For more information, contact the PNG Tourism Promotion Authority