On Arrival in Port Moresby
Trekkers will disembark their international flight at Jacksons Airport. It is a very small terminal with an ATM and money changer where you collect your baggage just through immigration and an ATM and BSP Bank where you can change money in the arrival complex. There are bathrooms in immigration and in the arrival area.
Visitors to PNG will be required to fill our customs arrival and departure information forms provided on the plane. On arrival the queues can be very long and getting through immigration can at times be very tedious. Remember to be a relaxed travel you are now on island time. You line up in the queue either with someone with a PNG Visa or without a PNG Visa. Please go to our website “Other Services” and click onto “Visiting Papua New Guinea” for visa information.
Trekkers will be met at the airport by either Nikki or Chris, Pam and Martin. They will have arranged transport to your hotel and will have organized your room keys already. If by some chance we have been delayed getting to the airport. Please wait for us.
Your accommodation in Port Moresby is at the Gateway Hotel. 4 minutes drive from the International Airport. Pam will have arranged your rooms based on twin share unless otherwise advised by trekkers that they would like single accommodation.
• 24 hour front desk
• Child minding
• Currency exchange
• Room Service
• Dry cleaning/laundry
• Serviced Apartments
• Non-smoking floors
• Conference rooms
• Outdoor swimming pool
• Beauty Salon
• Souvenir Shop
• Budget Rent-a-Car desk
The standard continental breakfast is included in the expedition costs, any other beverages, food and personal expenses must be paid by trekkers.
There is free secure baggage store. Please make sure all your bags that you are leaving behind are locked. Do not have any loose items attached to your bags.
Please make sure you leave your rooms clean before leaving the hotel to fly back to Australia. There are a number of hotels now that will not accommodate trekkers due to the mess the rooms are left in when they leave.
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