Thousands of years in the making, the culture of Papua New Guinea remains untouched.

Discover Tari highland, known as the last frontiers where culture, traditions and way of living has never changed despite recent discovery of natural gas and mineral reserves. Far more remote is Karawari in the east Sepik lowland, inaccessible by road and home to the river people.

In the fertile Waghi Valley of Western Highlands lies Mt. Hagen, where fascinating highlanders don their colorful traditional clothes. It is also famous for the country's biggest cultural show, the Sing Sing Festival where participants from all over this remote country congregate for an amazing conglomeration of colour, beauty and culture.

Best Season

May - Oct

Dry season. Aug-Sep are particularly popular for Mt. Hagen and Goroka festivals.

Unspoiled Corners of Papua New Guinea in Private Jet
From HK$119,000/Adult
From HK$119,000/Adult
Thousands of years in the making, the culture of Papua New Guinea remains unique and untouched. Start your journey in the Tari highland, known as the last frontiers where culture, traditions and way of living has never changed despite recent discovery of natural gas and mineral reserves. Continue to Karawari in the east Sepik lowland, inaccessible by road and home to the river people. Your journey culminates in the Western Highlands township of Mt. Hagen, located in the fertile Waghi Valley where fascinating highlanders don their colorful traditional clothes.
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