Port Moresby, the national capital, is situated 190 miles (306 kilometers) south of Morobe.
To experience this region in all it's richness, be sure to set aside plenty of time to experience the natural and cultural sights around Morobe. Bulolo, is 30 miles (48 kilometers) to the north, while Lae can be found 30 miles (48 kilometers) to the west.
To really understand a place, it's good to learn a little local history. Papua New Guinea's rich war relics and monuments provide a wonderful starting point.
Pack your own gear or rent it locally, and discover the region's water activities. Fishing is one option. Another one is spearfishing.
Get a feel for the variety of culinary traditions in Papua New Guinea by exploring a selection of local dishes. Two of the region's key cooking ingredients are breadfruit (ulu) and coconuts. Chicken pot and kokoda fish are both much-loved choices sure to delight visitors' with a true taste of Papua New Guinea. Saksak (dumplings made with sugar and sago), a good way to finish your meal.
At the finish of your vacation here, remember that you can always come back. As it goes in places like this: Once a visitor, a friend from now on.