The capital of Papua New Guinea, Port Moresby, is home to 300,000 locals and a steady stream of tourists from all over the world.
From crocodile farms to trips across the Coral Sea, there is plenty to see and do in Port Moresby.
Flights from Australia to Port Moresby will land at Jacksons International Airport (POM).
This is Papua New Guinea’s only international airport accepting flights from Australian locations.
But the NFA has often borrowed PNA credibility to justify actions and investments that seem contrary to PNA objectives.
This is like campaigning for a Free West Papua and then inviting the President of Indonesia to 'buy' the country's vote about Papua's MSG inclusion.
Check out the Crystal Rapids along Laloki River and you can even trek up to the 800 metre-high Sogeri Plateau and take in the spectacular view.
Student Flights can help you get to Port Moresby with our cheap flights and a range of personally-put together holiday packages that will give you the best deals in accommodation and transfers too.
Locals and adventurous travellers can take advantage of cheaper fares on public motor vehicles.
The Host Country Area, Geography, and Climate Last Updated: 12/31/1999 PM Papua New Guinea lies in the southwest Pacific, just south of the equator and about 100 miles northeast of Australia.
The largest of the Pacific Island nations, it includes the eastern half of the island of New Guinea which it shares with Indonesia and numerous offshore islands, the largest of which are New Britain, New Ireland, Bougainville, and Manus.
Preface Last Updated: 12/31/1999 PM Papua New Guinea is a country of striking contrasts where more than 1,000 diverse tribes speaking more than 800 different languages coexist with a modern economy based on world‑class copper and gold mines.
Independent since 1975, Papua New Guinea retains an Australian flavor and a large foreign population in its modern sector.