Papua New Guinea is pretty much as close as you can get to frontier travel in this day and age. The interior of the country (the Highlands) remained completely uncharted until the 1930s. The colonial powers had thought that the area was uninhabited due to the rugged terrain, but when they ventured inland in search of gold they found over a million people still living a virtually stone age lifestyle, completely untouched by modern civilisation. Why would consider Papua New Guinea holidays? It's all about the diversity both in terms of people and culture (there are over 800 active languages) and wildlife
(particularly birds) as well as the thrill of adventure. Any trip to the interior of the country should try and take in at least two, and ideally more of the different areas as seeing and taking part in the diverse cultures is what makes this place so special. Whether you choose to canoe down the Karawari river in an outrigger canoe, visit the Huli Wigmen in Tari, trek the famous Kokoda Track, or explore the fascinating island provinces; there is enough to keep you occupied for months (though we will make sure you get the best in whatever time you have). For many people, though, the reason to travel here is the unspoiled and world-class diving that lies off both mainland Papua New Guinea and its island provinces (and around the Solomon Islands, too).

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