Saving Turtles, one egg at a time (by Louise Murray)
It’s the school holidays, and eight youngsters from Enuk village in New Ireland are running excitedly along the beach towards our boat. Four of us are guests at Lissenung Island Resort, only 10 minutes away. More

Lissenung Island Paradise (by Mike Scotland )
Lissenung is a tiny island paradise. Resident birds and cuscus live in the lush rainforest, covering half of the island. You can walk around it in 20 minutes, but only at low tide. I took longer. I had to stop to take photos every few minutes of the serene tropical beach lined with lush green foliage and mirror pond seas. More

Papua New Guinea – Marine Conservation at Lissenung Island Resort (by Adrian Stacey)
Papua New Guinea is regarded by professional divers as one of the best dive destinations in the world. Home to pristine reefs, countless plane and shipwrecks, and hundreds of untouched atolls, its island and coastal regions are a diver’s and snorkeler’s paradise. More

Lissenung Island Resort is one of PNG’s hidden delights (by Grant Thomas)
Grant Thomas explores Lissenung Island Resort, where diving, snorkelling and surfing are part of the daily routine. The resort is also undertaking important fieldwork to save Papua New Guinea’s endangered turtles. More

Kavieng’s WWII Wrecks (by Don Silcock)
Although it played second fiddle to their huge naval base in nearby Rabaul, Kavieng in New Ireland was in fact a very strategic location for the invading Japanese forces in World War II as they fought to gain complete control of Papua New Guinea and prepare for the invasion of Australia. More

Lovely Lissenung – WWF Coral Triange Photo Expedition (by Stella Chiu-Freund)
We totally adored our three weeks in Lissenung. We were so much at home it was LIKE being home. More

Discovering new horizons (by Imi Simpson-Mowday)
We were accommodated in a beautiful, secluded, en-suite room decked out with scented flowers. Each day at Lissenung was tranquil bliss. The small island is covered in soft green vegetation and palm trees whilst tended gardens screen the wooden bungalows. More

Papua New Guinea – The land of the unexpected (by Gaby Zimmermann Nenadal)
What seems to be one of those tourism slogans (by the way, it is the official slogan of Papua New Guinea tourism) is actually true: from wallabies dropping in at dinner time, barking parrots or the Royal Australian Airforce paying a visit “ you can have it all in PNG. More

A dream realised (by Bill Silvester)
The Lissenung Island experience truly was “A Dream Realised”. More

Lissenung – Remote treasure (by Ann Storrie)
The early days of exploratory diving around Lissenung would have been very exciting. More

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