For a genuine Papua New Guinea experience, find the time to venture beyond Anguganak and explore the cultural and scenic delights the region offers. Tadji, 30 miles (48 kilometers) to the southwest, and Aitape, 30 miles (48 kilometers) to the south of Anguganak are worth visiting if you're keen to explore this region further.
If you're searching for things to see that won't wreak havoc on the budget, set aside some time to explore Papua New Guinea's many outdoor popular open-air markets.
Should you hear the call of the wild, do as the locals do and spend a few hours mountain climbing and hiking.
Sometimes, a destination's true spirit can be found upon the pages of its café and restaurant menus. Breadfruit (ulu) and also coconuts are frequently used in restaurants in this area. Two regional delicacies not to miss are chicken pot are kokoda fish. Papua New Guinea is the perfect place to fill up on mouthwatering saksak (dumplings made with sugar and sago).
At the end of your stay in this city, there's a good chance you'll catch yourself making plans to return to this amazing holiday spot.