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Famous Papua New Guineans

  Papua New Guinea might be famous for its volcanoes, rainforests and reefs, but the country also boasts a stellar line-up of internationally famous faces. Some still call PNG home while others have made


Restaurants of Papua New Guinea

Papua New Guinea has long been a crossroads for trade, with its dining scene encapsulating much of the varied influence it has seen over the years. From French to Indian, Asian and Western dining, the nation


One Day in Kokopo

Lively, energetic and home to a recent population boom, Kokopo is the fascinating newly-named capital of East New Britain. Now boasting over 20,000 residents, this city owes much of its resurgence to


One Day in Alotau

Overlooking Milne Bay, Alotau offers a fascinating introduction to the culture and natural beauty of Papua New Guinea along with an insight into the impact of WWII. This natural harbour has been visited by


One Day in Madang

Once labelled the prettiest town in the Pacific, Papua New Guinea’s Madang offers a picturesque destination with a wealth of activities to enjoy. From snorkeling to a walk-through wartime history, here are tips


The Fearsome Volcanoes of PNG

Towering above the jungle, emanating from the ocean and belching clouds of ash, Papua New Guinea’s volcanoes are some of the most active in the Pacific. Situated in the Ring of Fire, Papua New Guinea has no


Rainforest Habitat – Lae

Just 9km from Lae, a unique rainforest sanctuary offers visitors a fascinating insight into the dark, steamy atmosphere of the Papua New Guinea jungle and a personal encounter with exotic plants, birds of



  Whether you’re seeking nature, culture or history, Papua New Guinea offers up an array of tour options to delight the intrepid traveler. Each affords guests the opportunity to witness the spectacular


Game Changer

December 20, 2017 Source: Post Courier DEVELOPMENT in one of Port Moresby’s iconic area, Paga Hill, will be a “game changer” for the Capital city. That’s from NCD Governor Powes Parkop when witnessing a


A Traveller’s Guide to PNG

  Some come for the culture, some for the fishing, while others just arrive to explore all that Papua New Guinea serves up as an emerging tourist destination that retains its authentic routes. Quite

Treck the Kokoda Track in Papua New Guinea

Adventure beckons in PNG

With over 600 islands, 5150km of coastline and 800 languages, Papua New Guinea is a uniquely alluring destination to explore, and its emerging tourism industry has a host of adventure tours available to assist.

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