Ama is located some 290 miles (467 kilometers) from Port Moresby, the national capital, and about 70 miles (113 kilometers) from New Britain.
Ama is ringed by interesting towns and cities waiting to be enjoyed. Kandrian, 20 miles (32 kilometers) to the northeast, and Moro, 40 miles (64 kilometers) to the southeast of Ama are worth visiting if you're keen to explore this region further.
Take the time to gain a deeper understanding of Papua New Guinea by learning a little about its history. A great way to start is by visiting the area's war relics and monuments.
Tap into the knowledge of the locals and take one of the guided nature walks and wildlife spotting tours.
Why not treat your tastebuds for a tour of Papua New Guinea's cafés and restaurants. Two ingredients you'll find in a number of Papua New Guinea menus are breadfruit (ulu) and coconuts. There are plenty of special meals locally. Try chicken pot or kokoda fish. But your meal is not finished until you have tried saksak (dumplings made with sugar and sago), a common dessert.
No matter how far you travel and no matter how long you have to stay, great memories of Ama will linger for a long, long time.