So ... you are excited to come and visit us, or have already made a booking ... great! We know you will have lots of questions. Have a browse through the sections below for loads of general information on the Walindi and MV FeBrina, as well as links to travel information. If you can't find the information you are after, give us a yell ....
Martha and Ema at Walindi Resort
Joelle and Cheryll at MV FeBrina.
Getting to Walindi Resort and MV FeBrina is a short flight from Port Moresby to Hoskins (Kimbe) airport, West New Britain and looking out the window on your flight, you will realise that this is going to be no ordinary vacation.
Mountain ranges that top 14,000 feet divide the main island of New Britain. The deeper valleys remained isolated until early last century; the land you fly over is occupied by people who have 800 different languages and cultures that are just as diverse.
The waters of West New Britain and Kimbe Bay are also diverse, offering scuba divers a unique opportunity to glimpse an untouched marine paradise.
Where are we?
Papua New Guinea is situated just south of the Equator and 160km north of Australia. It's territory includes the eastern half of the large island of New Guinea and numerous offshore islands.
New Britain is one of the larger PNG islands, approx. 14,000 square miles in area and Walindi Resort is situated in the West New Britain province, on the shores of Kimbe Bay.
Papua New Guinea's international airport is in the capital of Port Moresby (Jackson's airport). To get to Walindi Resort, you will need to fly into Hoskins (HKN) airport, also known as Kimbe airport. There are daily flights from Port Moresby with either Air Niugini or Airlines of PNG.
If you are connecting through Port Moresby on the same day, it is advisable to book both international and domestic flight sectors with the same carrier.
From Hoskins airport, it is approx. 50 minute drive to Walindi Resort and airport transfers are arranged at time of booking.