Vanimo (Papua New Guinea)

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Australia - New Zealand - Pacific Ocean Islands


-2.67390 S, 141.29710 E

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Vanimo is a port city and the capital of the province of Sandaun, Papua New Guinea, located on a peninsula near the border with Indonesia. The city has a population of around 11,860 people (2013 census).

  • Vanimo's economy is based around timber industry. Vanimo Forest Products is the chief employer. It is owned by Rimbunan Hijau, Malaysia.
  • Vanimo is best-known as surfing destination. It features a reputation of offering the most consistent waves to be found in Papua New Guinea. Surfing season is from mid October through late April.
  • Vanimo is also a popular destination for foreign workers in Indonesia and Papua who have to leave the country in order to renew visas. In this case they come over to Vanimo for a day, stay in one of the hotels along "sundaun-road" and head back to border 24h later. 
  • The boardriders' club situated at Lido Village were subject of a report on the Dateline current affairs program of Australia.

Port Vanimo cruise ship schedule shows timetable calendars of all arrival and departure dates by month. The port's schedule lists all ships (in links) with cruises going to or leaving from Vanimo, Papua New Guinea. To see the full itineraries (ports of call dates and arrival / departure times) and their lowest rates – just follow the corresponding ship-link.

Day Ship Arrival Departure Next Port of Call
18 May, 2018
Silversea Cruises cruise lineSilver Discoverer09:0019:00 Ali Island, Papua New Guinea

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