To taste this region in all it's richness, hit the road and discover the sights and attractions around Guasopa.
If the weather makes you want to stay indoors, take a trip to Papua New Guinea's craft workshops.
A great way to enjoy the wild landscapes in the area around Guasopa is to join for a hiking or mountain climbing tour.
Local food is an integral element of any place and an excellent way to get a feel for an area. Locals in this part of the world commonly include breadfruit (ulu) and coconuts in the food they cook. Chicken pot and kokoda fish are both much-loved dishes sure to imbue visitors' with a true taste of Papua New Guinea. Finish off with saksak (dumplings made with sugar and sago), a local dessert.
Much of Guasopa acknowledges Independence Day on the 16th of September, so be prepared for changes to opening hours and increased demand for transport.
Papua New Guinea is an exceptionally beautiful part of the world that you will stay in your heart forever.