Madang is one of the most pristine coastal regions in Papua New Guinea with excellent diving, multiple WWII plane and shipwrecks as well as a number of land attractions and villages in the jungle to explore.

We visited several WWII wrecks, Hailiku Village caves, and spent an entire day exploring the islands and dive sites off of Madang.

Throughout the two days, I was on assignment with Papua New Guinea Tourism Board to capture images and share my experience in this region of the country. The photos in this blog post are my personal selects from the many shots I took along with my mate Josh Lynott. It’s an incredible coastal region and we loved the village visit and the bomber wreck scuba-dive. I hope you enjoy this selection of photos as much as we enjoyed the adventures.

The following photos were taken on a Dji Mavic Pro 2 drone, GoPro and Sony A7iii.

Blog Comments

  1. Visited Madang in 2018. Traveled up into mountain area so beautiful. Nice people. Saw WW2 aircraft wrecks. Will visit again this year.

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