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My month-long adventure in Papua New Guinea was incredible. I explored some incredible beaches, waterfalls, and hikes around this amazing country.

18 BEST RESORTS IN PAPUA NEW GUINEA

If you’re an adventurous traveler looking for epic surfing, diving, birdwatching, or hiking expeditions, then Papau New Guinea is the place for you. Called the ‘final frontier’ you will experience some raw, off-the-beaten-path adventures. However, picking the right location and Papua New Guinea resort is paramount to your experience. In this blog post about the …

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10 ADVENTUROUS THINGS TO DO IN PAPUA NEW GUINEA

Papua New Guinea is widely regarded as the ‘final frontier’ because much of the country remains untouched and full of natural beauty. The tribal culture and traditions of generations are still present throughout the island nation and are the reason many travelers are drawn to Papua New Guinea. In this blog post, I’m going to …

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THE KOKODA TRAIL: READ THIS BLOG BEFORE YOUR TREK

The Kokoda Trail in Papua New Guinea is known as one of the toughest multi-day treks in the world. It also has an immense historical significance as it was the epicenter of the Kokoda Battle between the Japanse and the Australian Forces in WWII. The grueling battle of war along the muddy ridges of the …

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100 EPIC PHOTOS FROM PAPUA NEW GUINEA

Papua New Guinea is often called the ‘final frontier’. It has so much to offer that so few know about, which made it such a privilege to explore this island nation. Together with Josh Lynott, I spent three weeks hiking, diving and exploring the jungles of Papua New Guinea. We began with an 8-day expedition …

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70 AWESOME KOKODA TRACK PHOTOS, PAPUA NEW GUINEA

The Kokoda Track is a tough 8-day hike through dense jungle on slippery muddy trails. With 6000m+ of incline and 96km of undulating track to navigate it is one hell of an effort. Throughout the eight days, I was on assignment with Papua New Guinea Tourism Board to capture images and share my experience in …

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30 EPIC PHOTOS FROM MADANG, PAPUA NEW GUINEA

Madang is one of the most pristine coastal regions in Papua New Guinea with excellent diving, multiple WWII plane and shipwrecks as well as a number of land attractions and villages in the jungle to explore. We visited several WWII wrecks, Hailiku Village caves, and spent an entire day exploring the islands and dive sites …

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90 AMAZING PHOTOS OF KIMBE BAY & NEW BRITAIN, PAPUA NEW GUINEA

New Britain is the largest island in the Bismarck Archipelago of Papua New Guinea. I traveled from Port Moresby for four days of jungle and ocean adventures out of Walindi Resort. We visited Garbuna Volcano, Garu Hot River, Talasea Plane Wrecks, several villages and spent two days exploring the islands and dive sites of Kimbe …

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TALASEA WWII PLANE WRECKS IN NEW BRITAIN, PAPUA NEW GUINEA

During World War II the South Pacific Sea was an explosive battleground between Japan and America. There was some serious action throughout Papua New Guinea, which means that inevitably, there are many plane and shipwrecks scattered throughout the island nation. Many of the plane wrecks are accessible by scuba-dive but throughout our three weeks in …

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KOKODA PACKING LIST: WHAT TO PACK FOR THE TRACK

After trekking along the Kokoda Track we had lots of conversations about the gear we had chosen, gear we didn’t pack and gear we did pack but wish we hadn’t. I decided to create this blog post to share these insights and tips to help you prepare for the Kokoda Track. This is the ultimate …

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MOUNT WILHELM TREK (4,509M) – EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW

Climbing Mount Wilhelm is one of the toughest challenges in Papua New Guinea. In fact, it is the tallest peak in Oceania at 4,509m. The journey to base camp and then the summit requires planning, determination and hopefully some good weather! This blog post will detail everything you need to know about planning your trip, …

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HAILIKU VILLAGE JUNGLE-CAVE CLIFF JUMP & VILLAGE VISIT IN MADANG

The discovery of the Hailiku Village cliff jump in the jungle-cave called ‘Mali Cave’ was all a bit of an accident. It was a strange old day, in which 50 members of the village, young and old, led us through the rivers, caves and watering holes of their community. Strange as it was, it went …

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THE ENCHANTED ‘GARU HOT RIVER’ IN NEW BRITAIN

The Garu Hot River in New Britain is one of the most enchanting places I’ve ever visited. Hidden in the jungle, this Papua New Guinea gem is truly magical. A crystal clear river steams at temperatures close to 40-degrees warmed by the thermal fields of the volcano. It’s a perfect place to soak in the …

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