Published in travel section of The Australian on 23 April 2016.
by Jane Freebury
It’s a slow reveal in first light after an all-night passage
along Papua New Guinea’s north coast. Yesterday from
our anchorage at Bagabag Island, we flew up the slopes of
the dormant volcano on Kar Kar Island, blanketed in
plantation sorghum and coconut, and did a lap around its
forested caldera. Could it get more exciting? Yes, it can.
Read on …
Images supplied courtesy of North Star Cruises, WA