Paddling Paradise

  Imagine a place where people still live as they did hundreds of years ago, a place where tradition and culture are richly embedded into everyday lives. Imagine a place where pristine waters gently kiss


Independence Day Celebrations

  42 years ago, late in the afternoon of 15th September, the Australian flag would flutter in the wind at Hubert Murray Stadium in Port Moresby for the last time. The following morning a new flag would be


Creepy Crawlies of PNG

  Insects are an interesting and vital part of our world. If we want to preserve our biodiversity and ascertain whether climate change is having an impact on certain species, we need to know what lives


Languages of Papua New Guinea

  A simple Google image search for Papua New Guinea reveals a stunning display of natural beauty. Few people are aware though, that PNG has even more to offer beyond rich World War II historical sites,


Walking the Kokoda

  If you’ve ever wanted to trek through dense mountain jungles in the midst of World War II history and unspoilt local villages, the Kokoda Trail is your chance to do it. Hikers can follow the footsteps of


Pesquet’s Parrot

  Pesquet’s Parrot is a rare and threatened bird species that is endemic to the rainforests of Papua New Guinea. This vulture-like parrot is the only one of its genus and the only member of its


Christmas in the Tropics

  Tis the season to be jolly in tropical PNG! The Christmas spirit is well and truly alive in many parts of Papua New Guinea, and it offers a retreat away from the long, cold wintery nights that many of


Goodfellow the Tree Kangaroo

  Living an arboreal life in the thick rainforest of Papua New Guinea is a brown furry creature who goes by the endearing name of Goodfellow the Tree Kangaroo. It is named after the British zoological


Explore Port Moresby in 24 Hours

Port Moresby is the thriving capital city of Papua New Guinea. It is a place where traditional culture meets cosmopolitan exuberance. At Paga Hill Estate we see POM (as the locals call it) as far more than just


Kutubu Kunda and Digaso Festival

  This year marks the 6th year of the Kutubu Kundu and Digaso Festival which celebrates the importance of the Kundu Drum and the Digaso Oil to the traditional culture of the Kutubu people. Tribes from all


Ocean Wrecks Ahoy!

  Papua New Guinea is a treasure chest of adventure, mystery and historical wonder. In New Ireland Province you can dive to new depths and explore wreckages of aircraft, ships and submarines which lie on


Get Hot and Steamy At Mt Tavurvur

One of the greatest thrills in life is to watch Mother Nature in her full force. Some like to chase tornados, others battle the wild seas. In Papua New Guinea you can get up close and personal with something a

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