A Carnival Rabaul cruise showcases the awesomeness of Mother Nature, and the best of human endeavor. The town sits on Simpson Harbour, in the shadow of Mt Tavurvur. Volcanic eruptions in 1994 buried Rabaul in ash, but the town has returned to life in a big way. A Rabaul volcano tour allows you to see it all up close in safety.
Visit the World War II relics during a cruise to Rabaul, including the bunker of Japanese Admiral Yamamoto. From the Rabaul cruise port you can see the famous Rabaul Beehives in the harbour, which are well worth a visit. A Rabaul, Papua New Guinea cruise is also popular for scuba diving and snorkeling, and its spectacular scenery on the land is also a huge attraction.