After enjoying yet another successful season in the Kimberley, True North Adventure Cruises, operators of the adventure-cruise ship TRUE NORTH, are getting ready to sail east to Papua New Guinea.

The company not only offers Luxury Charter adventure cruises all around the Australian coastline but also in the stunning waters of the South Pacific and this year celebrates 25 years as one of Australia’s most-loved tour operators.

Not a Guest in SightGuests disembarking from the TRUE NORTH consistently respond with “that’s the best holiday I have ever had!”

Those fortunate enough to secure a cabin on the PNG cruises, aptly named Adventures in Paradise, can look forward to a long list of daily activities including snorkelling over ditched WWII tanks, SCUBA diving and fantastic game fishing.

Guests can also enjoy treks into the jungle and opportunities to explore the beautiful fiords of Tufi. There are exhilarating helicopter flights including a visit to the Kokoda Track and flights over Rabaul’s active volcano and, strolls on the uninhabited Lusancay Islands. There are also plenty of opportunities for guests to experience village life and local culture.

The warmth and friendliness of the villagers is often overwhelming. The cruise also includes return flights from Cairns.

Over the past 25 years North Star has become revered as a provider of unique holiday experiences. Not bad for a small company that is 100% Australian owned and, a real pat on the back for a young Aussie crew who have developed an equally revered reputation for service and attention to detail.

New Adventures in Paradise Cruise