The national capital Port Moresby is situated 130 miles (209 kilometers) south of Kira.
To truly experience the Papua New Guinea lifestyle hit the road and visit the other parts of the region. Places within a relatively short distance of Kira are Garasa, 25 miles (40 kilometers) to the north, and Wau, 30 miles (48 kilometers) to the southeast.
Venture back into the past in Papua New Guinea. Take the time to visit one of the war relics and monuments for which the area is famous.
Travelers who prefer getting off the main tourist trail will love the area's wildlife spotting tours and guided nature walks.
Trying regional food is often about more than just filling your stomach. It is also a window into a region's personality. You will notice that breadfruit (ulu) and coconuts are regularly used elements in many local meals. Two regional favorites worth trying are chicken pot are kokoda fish. When it is dessert, why not try saksak (dumplings made with sugar and sago).
The 16th of September is the day when many people in Papua New Guinea celebrate Independence Day, so keep an eye out for festivities and parades if you happen to be visiting Kira at that time.
Your time in Kira will reward you with amazing photos and special memories that will last a lifetime.