Port of Call Alotau, Papua New Guinea

Alotau, Papua New Guinea Alotau, Papua New Guinea
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5 Things To Do In Alotau For Cruisers

Town Market doorstep attraction (easy walk or less than 5mile-8km taxi/bus ride from port) Town Market Alotau Town Market is a hive of activity bustling with vendors of fresh produce and craftworks.

Massim Museum doorstep attraction (easy walk or less than 5mile-8km taxi/bus ride from port) Massim Museum Small but engaging, Massim Museum hosts a display of wood carving, statuettes and historic photographs. The museum is located at the Wanigili Centre on Alotau's waterfront.

Dodobana Village Dodobana Village At Dodobana Village you can find out about family life, traditions and celebrations in a Melanesian settlement. Though don't be put off if the locals mention eating you, they're only joking (and referring to a long time ago!).

World War 2 Locations World War 2 Locations Milne Bay was the site of fierce fighting during WWII, and there are many places of interest - including the Turnbull Memorial (which commemorates the death of Australian Squadron Leader Peter St George Turnbull, killed during the ferocious Battle of Milne Bay), Wahuhuba Bay (where the Japanese first landed) and the Corporal John French Memorial (a Queenslander who led a heroic assault on a Japanese machine gun post).

Snorkeling in Milne Bay Snorkeling in Milne Bay Another popular excursion is snorkeling in Milne Bay - the clear waters contain a myriad of fish and other sea life.

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