Papua New Guinea - Activities
Take one of the many backpacking and hiking tours on offer, ranging from simple bush walks to extended tours through the rugged interior.
Take a river or jungle tour in the Chambri region, stopping at remote villages where houses are built on stilts, and the dugout canoe is still the main means of transport. Hear Upper Sepik-style Garamut Drums (‘Slit Gongs'), and see dramatic local carvings here too.
Go birdwatching around the Chambri Lakes, home of the myriad species from brahminee kites to kingfishers. Early morning jungle excursion will offer the best experience and an unique cacophony of birds preparing for the day's hunting.
Game fish are in abundance in Lae, Madang, Port Moresby, Rabaul and Wewak. Information is available from Port Moresby Game Fishing Club.
White Water Rafting
Take a white-water rafting trip on the Watut River: The Wahgi and Purari rapids are also exciting. Plenty of opportunities for adventure.
Papua New Guinea's beautiful shores is a fantastic destination for sailing. The Royal Papua Yacht Club makes its extensive sailing facilities available to visitors. Sailing Season start in late April.
Golf, Windsurfing, Tennis, Golf . . .
Multi sporting activites in Port Moresby and surrounds, including scuba-diving, windsurfing, sailing, game fishing, waterskiing, golf, tennis and squash.
Go Diving. Madang, Port Moresby and Rabaul offer a wide variety of dives from wrecks to reefs. Diving holidays can also be arranged at Loloaka and off the island of New Britain, and considered one of the best diving areas in the region.
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