When a pastime becomes a pursuit, when the
time, the money and the opportunity present themselves to indulge in such
pleasures, Papua New Guinea can offer a diversity of culture and physical
activities unattainable and unequalled anywhere else in the world.
Its’ mountains, valleys, rivers and islands, untouched
by commercial development, provide unlimited adventure and excitement for
the special interest visitor.
Diving enthusiasts around the world keep coming back for
what they describe as the ultimate diving experience. Fishermen, always
looking for a bigger challenge, are never disappointed. Reef waters,
rivers and estuaries abound with prize catches of tuna, marlin, mackerel,
black bass and barramundi.
Papua New Guinea is a bush walker’s bliss. There are
hundreds of tracks traversing the country, the most famous being the
Kokoda Trail, the scene of the bloodiest confrontations of the Pacific
campaign of World War 2. Climb the highest mountain, Kayak in Madang,
cycle in New Ireland, explore caves in Kundiawa.
If you are batty about birds, PNG is the place to be.
Over 700 species of feathered fliers flutter across our island including
38 of the 43 known species of the exotic Bird of Paradise. There are
numerous other birds of distinction including the cassowary Pigeon which
is the size of a turkey. Parrots of Kaleidoscopic colours dot our towering
Not all the colours of the rainbow have been reserved
for the birds as there is an unlimited range of hues and shades to be seen
in our 2000 orchid species and countless magnificent butterflies including
the world’s largest, the queen Alexandra’s Birdwing.
There are treasures of unusual artefacts, museums,
galleries and war cemeteries for the historian and collector.
Whatever the pursuit, we guarantee the experience of
doing it in PNG will be fascinating and rewarding.
Tourism Promotion Authority PO Box 1291, Port Moresby
121, NCD Papua New Guinea Telephone:(675) 320 0211 Facsimile: (675) 320