Baluan Island is the southern most island of the Admiralty Islands group which make up the majority of Manus Province in Papua New Guinea. The locals call it the "rocky island" as it has no beach and volcanic rocks dominate the landscape. Baluan is an extinct volcano, but between it and the nearby island of Lou is a sunken caldera of a volcano which erupted in 1954. The rocks make it hard work for the villages living on the coast, as it is nearly impossible to dig any distance into the ground.
There are no cruises currently listed for this port of call.