Amazing Reefs, Wrecks, Culture and History
Papua New Guinea is a country rich in tradition and culture. Over 700 different languages are still spoken in Papua New Guinea, and not a regular alike. In a tour of the country you will be warmly welcomed in many villages and you can learn about the rituals, dances and customs.
The abundance of activities in Papua New Guinea is inexhaustible. Trekking, snorkeling, bird watching, diving, surfing, fishing, golfing and visiting the volcanoes are just some of the things that you should do as a traveler. The many markets and cultural sites of the inhabitants invite the country from new perspectives know zulernen.
One of the last original places
Papua New Guinea is one of the last countries on earth with untouched nature. Rushing waterfalls in the jungle, the third largest rainforest in the world, and an incomparable underwater world - the natural and cultural experience here is unique.
Over 1 million different trips
Any trip to Papua New Guinea brings new adventures and unforgettable moments. Whether you stay with locals or a chic hotel begrudge, visiting festivals or the 4,000 m high mountain climbs Mount Wilhelm, the possibilities are endless and each region in Papua New Guinea is worth exploring. From the rainforest in the wetlands, to the shores of the islands or the mountains, a trip to PNG is a must.
Flora and fauna
The smallest inhabitants of Papua New Guinea are also the most grandiose: to live in PNG including the largest moth, the largest butterfly and the largest pigeon in the world. Many other animals are native here and should be admired. In addition, there are more than 300 different types of orchids that grow in the forests of Papua New Guinea.