Investigate the rich architectural and social makeup of Papua New Guinea, by taking a road trip through other towns and cities around Porgera. You'll find Maramuni, 30 miles (48 kilometers) to the southwest, and Wapenamanda 55 miles (89 kilometers) to the west.
Step back in time in this area. Visit some of the war relics and monuments for which this place is known.
For those who like to pick up knowledge as well as souvenirs on their travels, Porgera features plenty of specialized activities, including guided nature walks and wildlife spotting tours.
Learn about the range of cuisines in Papua New Guinea by exploring local food and drinks. Some ingredients commonly found in a number of Papua New Guinea menus are breadfruit (ulu) and coconuts. Why not order chicken pot or kokoda fish? Both dishes are popular in this region. Saksak (dumplings made with sugar and sago) is a popular last course.
The 16th of September is the date when many people in Papua New Guinea mark Independence Day, so be on the look out festivities and parades if you're lucky enough to be staying in Porgera then.
So dust off your passport, fill up your suitcase and head off to this amazingly beautiful place.