Travel and Visa Requirements for Papua New Guineans

Visa required and visa free countries listed

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Visa free countries for Papua New Guinean passport holders

See a list of the countries you can travel to with a Papua New Guinean passport without needing a visa


Countries that require a visa for Papua New Guineans

See a list of countries you need a visa to travel to as a Papua New Guinean passport holder

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General Visa Requirement & Things to know before you travel

See a general list of visa requirements before travelling to a new country

Valid travel passport.
Visa application form.
Visa fee.
Evidence of permission to be in that country.
Photocopy of passport data page.
Financial proof, original bank statement.
Letter of invitations.

Schengen visa for Papua New Guineans

See our top pick of Schengen countries visited by Papua New Guineans

Papua New Guinea is one of the untapped tourist destinations in the world. The country offers various exciting activities for anyone who dares to visit. Visitors in the country can enjoy partaking in activities such as surfing, diving, hiking and fishing in various destinations. You can take daring dives at Kimbe Bay, Kavieng, Madang or Alotau, enjoy surfing through the waves in places such as Hula Beach, Milne Bay, Bougainville, and East New Britain or trek through the Kokoda Track.
Tourism in Papua New Guinea is a fledgling industry with a very strong potential due to the abundance of activities to do in the country. Approximately 184,000 foreign visitors visit Papua New Guinea yearly.
Foreigners are prohibited from taking fruits, vegetables and animal products with them into Papua New Guinea. If anyone is found in homosexual acts, such a person could be imprisoned for up to 14 years. Stay away from marijuana and other narcotics, if you are found in possession or using these drugs, you will be imprisoned for a long period of time.

Visa information for other Nationals

See visa requirements for our top pick of visitors to Papua New Guinea