The Ninigo Islands
The Ninigo Islands are a large open-atoll structure surrounded by several smaller atoll formations. In total there are 7 atolls with around 50 small islets with plenty of opportunity for exploration. The largest component of islands forms a 34 kilometre long by 18 kilometre wide atoll that is open on its western side. The major island within the group is Mal, located at the southern end of the outer reef. Other islands on the reef include Hepi, Lau, Pelipa, Ahu, Sawapil, Chauch, Menan, Longan, Nahanu, Hepisasa, Chacheon, Maichuch, Potaminam, Amik, Puol, Pisa, Ngi, Onia, Wahangahun, Sabucho, Pihun, Keholl, Kamochin, Sand and Nunu. Within the lagoon are the islands of Pingilap, Talil, Hottom, Bahanat and Amot.
The diving here is some of the best encountered in PNG and of course there is plenty to keep snorkellers occupied. When not in the water, there is opportunity to explore these picture-perfect islands on foot and for those who enjoy fishing, rod and reel excursions can be memorable in this part of PNG.
You will be staying at True North Boat, full board and house beverages