Travel to Papua New Guinea - the world's most exotic island. Unparalleled cultural diversity and natural beauty.Uncontacted wilderness tribes. The largest area of rainforest outside the Amazon. Unique fauna and incredible coral reefs. Legendary artistic traditions...and more! Our programs take in four distinct areas of Papua New Guinea and the Trobriand and D'Encastreaux Islands, each as unique as the tribes of people in the area, their languages (more than 200 in the Sepik alone!) and its customs.
WHY TRAVEL TO PAPUA NEW GUINEA? The main attractions of Papua New Guinea are:-Exotic and diverse cultures Traditional people living a subsistence lifestyle Incredible natural beauty including extensive rainforest Several areas producing high quality primitive art Excellent diving and underwater exploration A unique and accessible fauna.
Our wilderness lodges, scattered throughout Papua New Guinea, provide a high level of service, quality touring programs and professional guides. With nearly 800 languages and mountains over 14,000ft high – Papua New Guinea is an extraordinary destination.
Our Lodges: All accommodations are designed to meet the comfort of our guests as well as satisfy your thirst for adventure and knowledge. All rooms include private bath. The food will be to your taste as well, with continental cuisine as well as regional specialties. Your length of stay and your personal choices will determine the best airline routing. We can customize travel programs from one week to one month or longer. If you do not see exactly what would like here, please ask. Our tours are all guided, and vary from week long wilderness adventures and village experiences, to birding trips, or visits that include some of the colorful festivals throughout the year.
Ambua Lodge is an inspired mixture of local architecture, spectacular views and modest luxury off the beaten track. Located at 7000 feet (2100 meters) in the PNG Southern Highlands, homeland of the Huli clan with their human hair wigs adorned with colourful flowers. Recipient of the 1991 Pacific Asia Travel Association's "Pacific Heritage Award" which sighted Ambua Lodge as "superb example of culturally sensitive and ecological responsible tourism". Ambua Lodge has thirteen species of birds of paradise close by and an amazing array of orchids. Lists of birds, orchids and other plants of the Ambua and Tari Gap area are available.
Karawari Lodge, on a ridge overlooking the Karawari River, in the Sepik region, is a time-warped mixture of pre-technological and technoloical architecture - is the perfect base for some old-fashioned jungle, river and village exploration. You are in the middle of Arambak country-- locals pole dug-out canoes, the drums throb, the wild birds call, and, traditional village lifestyles continue largely unchanged."Somethinglike a National Geographic expedition. No roads. Thick jungle. Locals poling dugouts. Crocodiles.
You wind up at the surprising Karawari Lodge. All kinds of comfort amidst a thousand miles of jungle." - Robin Kinhead, Chicago Tribune. Comprehensive lists of bird and orchid life of the Karawari area are available online.
Rondon Ridge 7100 feet above sea level, on the outer fringes of the Kubor Range, lies Rondon Ridge. Boasting panoramic views of the Wahgi Valley below, Rondon Ridge is the pinnacle of luxury in a remote and rural setting. It is a spectacular introduction to our lodges on arrival and a welcome stepping stone to civilization before departure from Mount Hagen.
Lake Murray Lodge Nestled among the trees on an island spit, Lake Murray lodge, the newest lodge in our portfolio, overlooks beautiful Lake Murray. The lodge has found its' home in this very remote area and on the largest lake in Papua New Guinea. Island communities of stilted houses dot the water landscape of the lake. Dugout canoes are the primary mode of transportation and fishing is a major source of food to the local population. Lake Murray is the largest lake in Papua New Guinea. During the wet season it spreads to occupy an area of about 2000 square kilometers. It has a population of about 5,000 people scattered in small villages, both on tiny islands and coastal areas of the lake.
Call 1-800-221-2474 9AM - 6PM Mon-Fri Eastern Time or (516) 248-2042 outside USA/Canada. Although we have provided as much information as possible on our website, we are happy to answer your questions directly on the phone. Sometimes, it is just easier to speak to one of us. We are awaiting your call. Call (800) 221 - 2474 or email