Discover the rich architectural and social makeup of Papua New Guinea, by taking a little road trip to some of the other population centers around Nuku. Places in the vicinity of Nuku are Balif, 30 miles (48 kilometers) to the west, and Tadji, 35 miles (56 kilometers) to the south.
The best places for tourists to visit when they arrive in a new destination are the ones that offer a snapshot of the local culture. Don't miss Papua New Guinea's craft workshops.
If you love to get wet, this is a great place for watersports. Swimming is a common pastime and another great activity is sailing.
Get an understanding of the range of foods in Papua New Guinea by trying the regional fare. Two of the region's favourite ingredients are breadfruit (ulu) and coconuts. Chicken pot and kokoda fish are both much-loved choices sure to imbue visitors' palates with the true flavours of Papua New Guinea. Those who have a little room left, can try saksak (dumplings made with sugar and sago), a great way to complete your Papua New Guinea dining experience.
So dust off your passport, pack your backpack and head off to this amazingly beautiful part of the planet.