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PAPUA NEW GUINEA - 4 Days

PAPUA NEW GUINEA
2065
Day 1
Arrival to Port Moresby

You will land to Port Moresby the Capital to Papua New Guinea, where you will be welcomed by our friendly representatives which will take you to the hotel for check-in. Get relaxed and spend your rest of the day in leisure and in preparation of tomorrow exciting tour.

Day 2
Idler's Beach, Port Moresby

When you are tired of walking through rainforest, relax and rest your feet at Idler's Beach. This sandy seaboard has shallow waters but little in way of facilities. Take an umbrella and laze chair and drinking water as well. While the area's feeling toward tourists has developed in recent years, many are still disbelieving, making the region not entirely safe. Visit with a local guide to help you through the security barriers. Also evade arriving on Sunday dawns when natives are in church and access is a bit hard.

Day 3
National Parliament House - Museum and Art Gallery, Port Moresby

Now it’s time to visit National Parliament House, the state's parliament building that is the brilliant combination of old and new architecture. A large wood figure portrays the country's four regions, while glass cases hold creature collections that include huge species and even the innate Queen Alexandra's Birdwing.

Discover the mesmerizing demonstrations at National Museum and Art Gallery, which depicts the natural and traditional culture of Papua New Guinea. The feature enriched art work and building itself is an extraordinary pageant. Inside, browse through five collections including natural history and artwork. The museum contains hundreds of archeological stuffs, war leftovers and contemporary art pieces. Try to get the schedule of museum as some temporary exhibition will also be on show.

The photography is not allowed within the Parliament House and Museum. To be safe, go with a local guide, as robbers are known to peruse this area.

Day 4
Varirata National Park, Port Moresby

Varirata National Park, a park rejoicing Papua New Guinea's amazing wildlife and natural atmosphere. Numerous marked walking tracks leads to viewpoint over Port Moresby and the beach. If you really love bird watching, then this attraction is the right place, but please make sure to arrive early if you want to cherish your eyes with this beautiful sight. You can also do Camping there, but staying overnight here can be risky if you do not travel in a big group. Catch and notify a park warden if you intend to stay on camp site.

Now it’s time to get back to hotel and be ready board to airport to say Good Bye to Papua New Guinea.

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Day 1
Arrival to Port Moresby

You will land to Port Moresby the Capital to Papua New Guinea, where you will be welcomed by our friendly representatives which will take you to the hotel for check-in. Get relaxed and spend your rest of the day in leisure and in preparation of tomorrow exciting tour.

Day 2
Idler's Beach, Port Moresby

When you are tired of walking through rainforest, relax and rest your feet at Idler's Beach. This sandy seaboard has shallow waters but little in way of facilities. Take an umbrella and laze chair and drinking water as well. While the area's feeling toward tourists has developed in recent years, many are still disbelieving, making the region not entirely safe. Visit with a local guide to help you through the security barriers. Also evade arriving on Sunday dawns when natives are in church and access is a bit hard.

Day 3
National Parliament House - Museum and Art Gallery, Port Moresby

Now it’s time to visit National Parliament House, the state's parliament building that is the brilliant combination of old and new architecture. A large wood figure portrays the country's four regions, while glass cases hold creature collections that include huge species and even the innate Queen Alexandra's Birdwing.

Discover the mesmerizing demonstrations at National Museum and Art Gallery, which depicts the natural and traditional culture of Papua New Guinea. The feature enriched art work and building itself is an extraordinary pageant. Inside, browse through five collections including natural history and artwork. The museum contains hundreds of archeological stuffs, war leftovers and contemporary art pieces. Try to get the schedule of museum as some temporary exhibition will also be on show.

The photography is not allowed within the Parliament House and Museum. To be safe, go with a local guide, as robbers are known to peruse this area.

Day 4
Varirata National Park, Port Moresby

Varirata National Park, a park rejoicing Papua New Guinea's amazing wildlife and natural atmosphere. Numerous marked walking tracks leads to viewpoint over Port Moresby and the beach. If you really love bird watching, then this attraction is the right place, but please make sure to arrive early if you want to cherish your eyes with this beautiful sight. You can also do Camping there, but staying overnight here can be risky if you do not travel in a big group. Catch and notify a park warden if you intend to stay on camp site.

Now it’s time to get back to hotel and be ready board to airport to say Good Bye to Papua New Guinea.

Day 1
Arrival to Port Moresby

You will land to Port Moresby the Capital to Papua New Guinea, where you will be welcomed by our friendly representatives which will take you to the hotel for check-in. Get relaxed and spend your rest of the day in leisure and in preparation of tomorrow exciting tour.

Day 2
Idler's Beach, Port Moresby

When you are tired of walking through rainforest, relax and rest your feet at Idler's Beach. This sandy seaboard has shallow waters but little in way of facilities. Take an umbrella and laze chair and drinking water as well. While the area's feeling toward tourists has developed in recent years, many are still disbelieving, making the region not entirely safe. Visit with a local guide to help you through the security barriers. Also evade arriving on Sunday dawns when natives are in church and access is a bit hard.

Day 3
National Parliament House - Museum and Art Gallery, Port Moresby

Now it’s time to visit National Parliament House, the state's parliament building that is the brilliant combination of old and new architecture. A large wood figure portrays the country's four regions, while glass cases hold creature collections that include huge species and even the innate Queen Alexandra's Birdwing.

Discover the mesmerizing demonstrations at National Museum and Art Gallery, which depicts the natural and traditional culture of Papua New Guinea. The feature enriched art work and building itself is an extraordinary pageant. Inside, browse through five collections including natural history and artwork. The museum contains hundreds of archeological stuffs, war leftovers and contemporary art pieces. Try to get the schedule of museum as some temporary exhibition will also be on show.

The photography is not allowed within the Parliament House and Museum. To be safe, go with a local guide, as robbers are known to peruse this area.

Day 4
Varirata National Park, Port Moresby

Varirata National Park, a park rejoicing Papua New Guinea's amazing wildlife and natural atmosphere. Numerous marked walking tracks leads to viewpoint over Port Moresby and the beach. If you really love bird watching, then this attraction is the right place, but please make sure to arrive early if you want to cherish your eyes with this beautiful sight. You can also do Camping there, but staying overnight here can be risky if you do not travel in a big group. Catch and notify a park warden if you intend to stay on camp site.

Now it’s time to get back to hotel and be ready board to airport to say Good Bye to Papua New Guinea.

Papua New Guinea is one of the few places left in the world where corny adjectives such as “wild,” “remote,” and “pristine” genuinely still apply. Port Moresby with its capital. It’s the world’s second largest island (after Greenland), and one of the most sparingly populated countries on the planet. The country contains some of the planet’s most unusual biodiversity. Papua New Guinea is home to the third biggest forest in the world, after the Amazon and the Congo. That massive rainforest is home to the only poisonous bird on the planet. Not only nature, PNG extends to indigenous cultures as well. Despite being home to a mere 7 million people, the population of Papua New Guinea belongs to over 7000 different cultural groups. Each of these has their own language, as well as distinct forms of cultural expression including dance, music, body paint, costume, and weapons. Traveling around PNG means exploring a medley of cultural, natural, and ecological diversity, making this relatively off-the-radar Pacific Island truly one of a kind.

Day 1
Arrival to Port Moresby

You will land to Port Moresby the Capital to Papua New Guinea, where you will be welcomed by our friendly representatives which will take you to the hotel for check-in. Get relaxed and spend your rest of the day in leisure and in preparation of tomorrow exciting tour.

Day 2
Idler's Beach, Port Moresby

When you are tired of walking through rainforest, relax and rest your feet at Idler's Beach. This sandy seaboard has shallow waters but little in way of facilities. Take an umbrella and laze chair and drinking water as well. While the area's feeling toward tourists has developed in recent years, many are still disbelieving, making the region not entirely safe. Visit with a local guide to help you through the security barriers. Also evade arriving on Sunday dawns when natives are in church and access is a bit hard.

Day 3
National Parliament House - Museum and Art Gallery, Port Moresby

Now it’s time to visit National Parliament House, the state's parliament building that is the brilliant combination of old and new architecture. A large wood figure portrays the country's four regions, while glass cases hold creature collections that include huge species and even the innate Queen Alexandra's Birdwing.

Discover the mesmerizing demonstrations at National Museum and Art Gallery, which depicts the natural and traditional culture of Papua New Guinea. The feature enriched art work and building itself is an extraordinary pageant. Inside, browse through five collections including natural history and artwork. The museum contains hundreds of archeological stuffs, war leftovers and contemporary art pieces. Try to get the schedule of museum as some temporary exhibition will also be on show.

The photography is not allowed within the Parliament House and Museum. To be safe, go with a local guide, as robbers are known to peruse this area.

Day 4
Varirata National Park, Port Moresby

Varirata National Park, a park rejoicing Papua New Guinea's amazing wildlife and natural atmosphere. Numerous marked walking tracks leads to viewpoint over Port Moresby and the beach. If you really love bird watching, then this attraction is the right place, but please make sure to arrive early if you want to cherish your eyes with this beautiful sight. You can also do Camping there, but staying overnight here can be risky if you do not travel in a big group. Catch and notify a park warden if you intend to stay on camp site.

Now it’s time to get back to hotel and be ready board to airport to say Good Bye to Papua New Guinea.

  • Scuba diving
Papua New Guinea is famous for its scuba diving, as the islands offer amazing marine life. PMG have the 600 volcanic islands which act as playground for the divers. You’ll find a number of wreck dive sites containing ships, aircraft and submarines down there from World War II.
  • Asaro Mudmen
The Asaro Mudmen, the troopers in Papua New Guinea who cover themselves in dirt and dress grey mud masks is a renowned place. It’s believed that the roots of the mudmen originated from a rival tribe which had been defeated. Today there are tours to the village where the sight is recreated for travelers.
  • Bomana War Cemetery
The Bomana War Cemetery is the graveyard of hundreds of troops from World War II, slayed in action in Papua and Bougainville. There are over 3,200 interments, and this is the only cemetery in Papua New Guinea to contain white marble headstones. Among those buried are 700 nameless troops.

Day 1
Arrival to Port Moresby

You will land to Port Moresby the Capital to Papua New Guinea, where you will be welcomed by our friendly representatives which will take you to the hotel for check-in. Get relaxed and spend your rest of the day in leisure and in preparation of tomorrow exciting tour.

Day 2
Idler's Beach, Port Moresby

When you are tired of walking through rainforest, relax and rest your feet at Idler's Beach. This sandy seaboard has shallow waters but little in way of facilities. Take an umbrella and laze chair and drinking water as well. While the area's feeling toward tourists has developed in recent years, many are still disbelieving, making the region not entirely safe. Visit with a local guide to help you through the security barriers. Also evade arriving on Sunday dawns when natives are in church and access is a bit hard.

Day 3
National Parliament House - Museum and Art Gallery, Port Moresby

Now it’s time to visit National Parliament House, the state's parliament building that is the brilliant combination of old and new architecture. A large wood figure portrays the country's four regions, while glass cases hold creature collections that include huge species and even the innate Queen Alexandra's Birdwing.

Discover the mesmerizing demonstrations at National Museum and Art Gallery, which depicts the natural and traditional culture of Papua New Guinea. The feature enriched art work and building itself is an extraordinary pageant. Inside, browse through five collections including natural history and artwork. The museum contains hundreds of archeological stuffs, war leftovers and contemporary art pieces. Try to get the schedule of museum as some temporary exhibition will also be on show.

The photography is not allowed within the Parliament House and Museum. To be safe, go with a local guide, as robbers are known to peruse this area.

Day 4
Varirata National Park, Port Moresby

Varirata National Park, a park rejoicing Papua New Guinea's amazing wildlife and natural atmosphere. Numerous marked walking tracks leads to viewpoint over Port Moresby and the beach. If you really love bird watching, then this attraction is the right place, but please make sure to arrive early if you want to cherish your eyes with this beautiful sight. You can also do Camping there, but staying overnight here can be risky if you do not travel in a big group. Catch and notify a park warden if you intend to stay on camp site.

Now it’s time to get back to hotel and be ready board to airport to say Good Bye to Papua New Guinea.

Currency  

Kina

Best Time to Visit  

May to October

Visa  

 

Flights
Language  

Hiri Motu, Tok Pisin

Religion  

Christianity

 

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Price From AEDد.إ2,065/person

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