Port Moresby, the country's capital, is situated 270 miles (435 kilometers) south of Saidor.
When you feel the need to spread your wings beyond Saidor, you'll find that the surrounding region possesses some cities, attractions and landscapes just waiting to be explored. Teptep, lays 25 miles (40 kilometers) to the north, and Yalumet can be found 35 miles (56 kilometers) to the north.
If the weather forecast makes you want to head indoors, take a trip to Papua New Guinea's craft workshops.
If you are after a break from seeing the sights, why not take advantage of the local watersports? Scuba diving and swimming are both well-established within the region.
Trying regional food is usually about more than just filling your stomach. It is also a window into people's lives and places. Breadfruit (ulu) as well as coconuts are commonly used in food in this area. Chicken pot and kokoda fish are some popular local specialties to taste. Those who can still find room for a little more, can try saksak (dumplings made with sugar and sago), the perfect way to round out your Papua New Guinea culinary experience.
No matter how far you travel and no matter how long you have to stay, wonderful memories of Papua New Guinea will remain with you for a long time.