Silur is not the only place in this intriguing region that is worth exploring; DIY adventurers should drive a little further out to experience the special qualities of the surrounding scenery, cities and cultural attractions. Interesting places in the vicinity of Silur are Lamassa, 25 miles (40 kilometers) to the northeast, and Manga, 30 miles (48 kilometers) to the south.
If you want to stay indoors, make a beeline for Papua New Guinea's excellent craft workshops. These are great spots to learn about the local culture and perhaps pick up an unusual souvenir.
Enjoy a break from traveling and spend a few relaxing hours freediving or snorkeling.
Very often, a region's true character can be found in its culinary arts. Breadfruit (ulu) and sometimes coconuts are often used in kitchens here. Try out a couple of the popular menu items for example chicken pot and kokoda fish. Finish off with saksak (dumplings made with sugar and sago), a common dessert.
At the conclusion of your vacation to this incredible region, keep in mind that you can visit again. As it goes in places like this: Once a visitor, a friend from now on.