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Papua New Guinea

Papua New Guinea dense forest is home to more than 700 species of birds. So, whether you spend your holidays on the coasts, in the highlands or on the banks of the Sepik River, you will be delighted to observe some rare species of birds! Its cultural diversity will not fail to seduce you either.

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Things to do and see - Papua New Guinea

Trek a historic, challenging trail that follows the World War II route
Kokoda Track
Observe native animals at tranquil tropical gardens
Port Moresby Nature Park
View collections on archeology, anthropology, art and warfare
Papua New Guinea National Museum and Art Gallery
Visit a town with its volcanic landscapes, including Mount Tavurvur
Experience a natural wonder and home to rich and ancient cultures
Sepik River
Immerse yourself in the local culture, known for its unique customs
Trobriand Islands
Enjoy the coastal town's diving opportunities, and vibrant markets
Hike past past lakes, waterfalls, and moss forests
Mount Wilhelm
Witness the unique Baining Fire Dance
Baining Mountains
Be mesmerized by a stunning coastal beauty
Pay respects at a war cemetery, honoring soldiers of the WWII
Bomana War Cemetery

FAQ - Papua New Guinea

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Events - Papua New Guinea

Independence Day
The Independence Day of Papua New Guinea is celebrated on September 16th each year, marking the country's freedom from Australian colonial rule in 1975. It is a significant national holiday that is celebrated with parades, cultural performances, flag-raising ceremonies, and various festivities throughout the country, highlighting the rich diversity and heritage of Papua New Guinea.
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