• The Asaro Mudmen
• Mt. Hagen “singsing” cultural event (Aug dep)
• Goroka “singsing” cultural event (Sep dep)
• 3-day Sepik River adventure by wooden canoe
• Trobriand Islands
• 21 land days
• Maximum 16 Travelers
• Start and finish in Port Moresby
• All meals included
• Includes 5 domestic flights
• Activity Level: 2 or 3
Papua New Guinea is like no other place on earth - culturally rich and geographically remote, with some of the most stunning scenery anywhere.
From the rugged mountains to the coastal islands, this journey is an adventure of a lifetime. We meet and learn about some of the tribal people of this land including the Asaro Mudmen, the Wahgi, the Simbu, the Kaguel and the fascinating Trobriand Islanders. Our adventure includes many village visits so that we can really meet the people and experience their way of life. We explore the Sepik River by wooden canoe and spend 3 nights on Kiriwina Island (part of the Trobriand Islands), where people live a traditional lifestyle.
Our September departure features the Goroka Cultural Festival, where the tribes come from all over Papua New Guinea for a two-day spectacular "singsing" - a traditional song and dance festival complete with traditional tribal clothing and body decoration. Throughout our journey, we encounter amazing birdlife, lush flora, stunning scenery and some of the most fascinating tribal people on earth.
Please Note: Papua New Guinea is one of the most culturally interesting places on earth, with many of its tribal people following a traditional life-style. This adventure has been designed to experience the villages and people of Papua New Guinea. In order to do this, we visit a number of local villages and we overnight in one village. There are overnight stays where the accommodation is very basic; it can be dormitory style and have no fans/air conditioning and very limited facilities. As much of the interior of the country has no roads or impassable ones, we maximize our time by flying from location to location and flight schedules frequently change. While we endeavor to do/see everything listed in the itinerary, nothing in Papua New Guinea goes as planned, so travelers must be prepared for changes to this program as we travel.