CORAL Expeditions are offering solo travellers ‘no single supplement’ on its New Guinea circle voyages on board new ship, Coral Adventurer.
New Guinea, one of the last remote places on the planet, is best seen by small ship and Coral Adventurer’s sophisticated expedition capabilities allow guests to get up close to the region’s natural habitats and isolated communities comfortably and safely.
This special offer is available on two departures, one in October and one in November.
The 22-night Customs and Craftsmen Circle departs from Darwin on October 8 and explores the crafts of Malukus and New Guinea with professional guidance from art expert, collector and anthropologist, Arthur Beau Palmer.
The 25-night New Guinea Circle leaves Cairns on November 25 and is a near circumnavigation of New Guinea, taking in the history and colours of the Spice Islands, and the WW1 battle sites at Buna and Sanananda
Other solo traveller offers are available on selected 2019 departures including Tasmania, Spice Islands and Passage to the Solomons.