Papua New Guinea Black Bass Fishing Experience of a Lifetime

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Information

Location:
Kula Ring / Milne Bay Province - PNG
Date/Duration:
18th to the 26th of October 2022
7 days 9 nights
Inclusions:
Liveaboard Boat Accommodation
Food & non-alcoholic beverages
Fishing equipment
Fishing Guides
Min Numbers: 9
Max Numbers: 12

Papua New Guinea Full Package (excluding air)

$5,990.00 per person

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18th to the 26th of October 2022
A 7 day/9 night fishing experience in the stunning Kula Ring Papua New Guinea

This liveaboard fishing adventure has a cultural blend of visiting rarely visited tropical island destinations while witnessing the ancient traditional trading practices along one of PNG's oldest trading routes known as the Kula Ring. This trade route is the only means of sustenance that has kept the tiny islands in existence for centuries.

 
The Kula Ring is in Milne Bay Province and runs through the De'antraucastraux group. The group will be guided to the far southeast Sudest islands to the north to the Trobriand Islands and back to the De'antraucastraux group. There are over 250 islands in this area.
 
The Kula Ring contains some of PNG's hottest fishing spots which remain untapped. Tuna, Wahu, Barra, Marline, GT, Mackerel, Wrasse and Snappers. Towards the west of the Kula Ring, along the south coast of the mainland of Milne Bay Province, we have the little-known Malins Habour that's home to Niugini Black Bass and River trout.
 
Your incredible liveaboard package includes a comfortable mothership with an additional fishing tender, all meals and non-alcoholic beverages, all fishing equipment and fishing Guides and access to some of the most remote fishing locations on the planet. 
 
All you have to do is get there!
 

Q&A

1. Where do you fly to from Australia?
Book a flight to Port Moresby (Jackson's airport) then take a connecting flight to Alotau (Gurney airport). Gurney has daily flights with PNG's national airline - Air Niugini.
 
2. Will you be collected in Alotau?
Yes, we will collect you from the airport and transport you straight to the boat. We will squeeze in a brief tour of the town on the way.
 
3. What time does the boat leave/ what time does it return?
The boat departs in the evening of your arrival and returns in the early morning of your departure.
 
4. What is the minimum number of people who can participate?
The minimum number of people is 9 and the maximum is 12

5. What type of bedding configuration is onboard?
There are 4 shared beds and 4 single beds.

6. What is included and what is not?
All land costs include transport, liveaboard accommodation, fishing equipment (own gear welcome) fuel, permits, meals and non-alcoholic beverages.  (Own alcohol welcome) Not included are flight costs from Australia to Alotau via Port Moresby. 
 
COVID INFORMATION
If you're not a PNG citizen, you'll only be allowed to enter if you're fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and hold a valid PNG visa. Passengers arriving from Australia no longer need a COVID-19 (RAT) test on arrival in PNG. COVID-19 is widespread in PNG. Follow the advice of local authorities and minimise your risk of infection.
 
 
 

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