Emo is situated approximately 55 miles (89 kilometers) northeast of Port Moresby, the national capital.
For a truly authentic taste of the region, take to the road and visit the cities, towns and villages within the vicinity of Emo. Efogi, lays 19 miles (31 kilometers) to the east, and Kokoda lies 25 miles (40 kilometers) to the southeast.
If you ask residents their favorite places to see, they'll often point you in the direction of Papua New Guinea's ever-popular open-air markets.
Take a break from sightseeing and spend a few relaxing hours snorkeling or fishing.
Sometimes, the most rewarding vacation moments can be found in a region's eating establishments. Two ingredients typically found in a number of Papua New Guinea dishes are breadfruit (ulu) and coconuts. There are many popular meals locally. Sample chicken pot or kokoda fish. Saksak (dumplings made with sugar and sago), a good way to wrap up your meal.
If you're traveling in Papua New Guinea on the 16th of September, partake in the events surrounding the national Independence Day celebrations.
For many, the world is a book and if you don't travel you may remain on the same page day after day after day. So get out and discover the adventures to be had in Emo.