Here, you’ll find suggestions, tips and ideas of places to visit and activities to do in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea.

International Forest Day: Why it is important for PNG

The International Forest Day 2021 in on Sunday 21st of March. Papua New Guinea should know that there is a NEED to look after our forested areas. The theme for 2021 #IntlForestDay is - “Forest restoration: a path to recovery and wellbeing”. The awareness in trending on social media under…

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PNG Tribe Nose-bleeding and Cane Swallowing Rituals

The ‘Last Real Man’, is a documentary film that captures the sacred cane swallowing ritual of the Eastern Highlands Province of Papua New Guinea. The documentary took six years to produce due to the strict rituals and sacredness of the traditional practice. Papua New Guinea (Bena) Tribe Initiation Ruth Ketau…

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Cultural Tourism in Papua New Guinea

I'm currently working on my intended Research on; "The Impacts of Tourism on Indigenous Cultures in PNG: at Time of Tourism Shocks". I am very passionate about examining indigenous cultures. My long-term goal is to work with indigenous communities after I complete my studies. Especially, where I can assist with…

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Holiday in Kimbe Walindi Plantation Resort

The Walindi Plantation Resort, established in 1983, is a family-owned resort situated on the shores of Kimbe Bay on the island of New Britain, Papua New Guinea. Celebrating over 37 years of operation, the resort is world-famous for its quality of scuba-diving, snorkelling and warm hospitality. Bird watching and nature…

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