Papua New guinea Mount Hagen Sing Sing

Papua New Guinea

Situated in the Pacific Ocean, only south of the equator, Papua New Guinea is an island country amazing for its local culture, high country landscape, unimaginable plunging and its interesting World War II history. Gotten to by means of its seaside capital city of Port Moresby, this island country is home to more than 800 dialects and an interesting nearby populace that keeps on flourishing in the current day. Papua New Guinea’s wild excellence draws guests from everywhere the world who look for experience in its emotional landscape. Bragging some the most colorful ancestral societies on the planet, the Highlands locale of Papua New Guinea is a wonderland of rich valleys isolated by forcing mountain ranges.


  • Port Moresby Nature Park
  • National Museum & Art Gallery
  • Tari Basin & Tari Gap
  • The Mount Hagen Sing Sing (The biggest tribal event on earth)
  • Huli Wigmen
  • Cruising Sepik Spirit
  • Crocodile Men of the Sepik Headwaters
  • Sepik Spirit Navigation
  • Birding in search of Birds of Paradise
  • Upper Karawari River & Lodge




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Time and Weather

Uganda is a remarkable objective that offers a magnificent blend of savanna and woodland parks. The gorilla and chimpanzee climbs are the feature, yet numerous more modest primates can likewise be seen. Uganda similarly offers phenomenal savannah safaris, and all the Big Five are available. The lion is very normal in Queen Elizabeth, Murchison Falls, and Kidepo National Parks, where they can frequently be discovered chasing Ugandan kob.

The best time to visit

Late May or early June through to October are the greatest months to visit Papua New Guinea as there is less possibility of downpour. Normal temperatures might be somewhat cooler – think mid to high 20°Cs instead of low 30°Cs. July will in general be the coolest month, trailed by August.


Papua New Guinea is incredibly rich in marsupials, rodents, bats, honeyeaters (a group of nectar-eating birds), birds of heaven, and numerous different types of timberland birds. Snakes, reptiles, creatures of land and water, freshwater fish, and creepy crawlies are likewise very productive all through the country.

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Articles about PAPUA NEW GUINEA

Tari: A Symphony of Nature and Culture in the Highlands of Papua New Guinea

Tari: A Symphony of Nature and Culture in the Highlands of Papua New Guinea

In this article, embark on an expedition to Tari, Papua New Guinea. Discover a world where nature’s symphony and rich cultural heritage converge, from the vibrant Huli Wigmen to the elusive birds of paradise. Experience the essence of adventure at Ambua Lodge, a sanctuary nestled in the highland mists. Explore, connect, and be transformed.

Experience the Essence of Papua New Guinea: A Guide

Experience the Essence of Papua New Guinea: A Guide

Embark on an unforgettable voyage to the enchanting islands of Papua New Guinea with New Paths Expeditions, the US leader in small group travel experiences, and immerse yourself in the rich tapestry of history, culture, and natural beauty that the region so uniquely...

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Best time to visit Papua New Guinea

Wet Season (December-March) The low season in Papua New Guinea coincides with the rainy season. Travel is less popular from December to March, and many tour groups and trekking trips are unavailable. With high temperatures and heavy humidity, these are the rainiest...

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