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.
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.