The capital of the Western Highlands province has plenty of things to see and do for the adventurous traveller, including hikes, markets, festivals, heritage sites and more.
Gude Hi Hai! Welcome to Papua New Guinea
PNG is a country that is shrouded in mystique and a place that is brimming with cultural and biological diversity. Famous for its beautiful deserted beaches, incredible cultural festivals, stunning coral reefs, world-class scuba diving sites and jungle-clad landscapes, Papua New Guinea is a place for those seeking a true adventure.
Papua New Guinea is a country that abounds with many unique and spectacular attractions. Here are five of the most fascinating facts about the country.
Home to hundreds of different tribes and thousands of different traditions, the country is bursting with cultural events in PNG, each more extraordinary than the last.
Aboard Coral Expeditions, you’ll find sublime snorkelling, rain-forested tropical islands and a rich tapestry of cultures in PNG, revealing new insights into an ancient land.
On PNG’s 47th Independence Day anniversary, heed the call for adventure and check out the top 47 reasons to travel in Papua New Guinea with this travel bucket list.
The Kenu and Kundu Festival of the Massim Isles is a spectacular show of identity and place. Hundreds of island cultures come together to celebrate their diversity and unifying bonds.
Spend a weekend in Port Moresby and uncover some of the city’s hidden gems: from the incredible museum, to a lush nature park, to the best places to eat and drink.
Feathers, flowers and smiling faces: check out travel photographer David Kirkland’s gorgeous and colourful photographs of life in Papua New Guinea.
Papua New Guinea has barrier reefs, coral walls, fringing reefs and sea grass beds as well as spectacular WWII wrecks to be found in its 52,000 square km of reef systems.
High in the mountains of East New Britain in PNG, the tribal spectacle of the Baining Firedance Festival is out of this world.