The team settled into Taumeasina Island Resort, owned by PNG’s Lamana Group.
The hotel, opened only in June this year, will be host to the eight Pacific Island contestants and their team over the duration of the pageant.
The resort is an official sponsor of the Miss Pacific Islands pageant.
“Taumeasina is just awesome. Our PNG flag is just flying high outside. We’re so proud as all the contestants and their teams arrive,” the team spokesperson relayed.
The pageant begins on 27 November with a church service and goes through to December 2 when the next Miss Pacific Island will be crowned.
Voting begins on Sunday as well, so get behind contestants and vote.