Escape to a remote PNG private island Conflict Islands, PNG
There's remote island escapes and there's 'remote island escapes'. The Conflict are genuine paradise escapes and are made up of 21 privately owned, pristine and completely uninhabited islands covering a total landmass of 375 hectares / 3.75km square). That's a lot of space to get lost and found in.
How's this for remote: at the Conflict Islands Resort you’ll find just six private beachfront ensuite bungalows, situated on the main island of Panasesa. There’s also a main house where guests can enjoy peace and tranquility whilst enjoying delicious fresh-caught local food, refreshing drinks, and even free wi-fi (if you want or need it).
There's also a beachfront deck and a balcony overlooking the stunning archipelago and lagoon waters, with other-worldly aqua-blue colours.
- Staying on a private island in the middle of the South Pacific
- The incredible views from your beachfront bungalow
- Untouched islands and an underwater paradise waiting to be explored
- Isolation from the rest of the world
- Time it takes to get there (unless you can afford a private or charter plane)
Air Nuigini operate flights from Sydney, Brisbane and Cairns to Alotau (via Port Moresby). From Alotau Conflict Islands Resort can arrange boat transfers – N.B. boat transfers take approximately 12 hours each way. Alternatively private and charter flights can be arranged, with landings on the Conflict Islands airstrip possible.
From PGK 4,300 per person for a 4 day package (approx USD $1,200)
All bungalows feature ensuite bathrooms, air conditioning and private balconies with hammocks.