In some circumstances you may be asked to provide evidence of your return travel as part of the visa application process.
Everyone travelling to Papua New Guinea must present a valid and approved travel document as evidence of their identity and nationality. The most common and preferred travel document is a passport, but other types of travel documents may be accepted.
Yes. You must hold a visa to visit Papua New Guinea.
Depending on your reason for travel, if you are from an eligible country, you may be issued a visa when you arrive in Papua New Guinea.
If you are not from an eligible country or your reason for travel is not consistent with the issuance of a visa on arrival, you must apply and be issued a visa before you travel to Papua New Guinea.
To travel to Papua New Guinea your passport needs to be valid for at least six months from the date you intend to enter the country.
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