For an authentic Papua New Guinea experience, be sure to also look beyond Tabibuga and discover the cultural and scenic treasures that the region offers. Simbai and Kol are two other places worth visiting while you're in Papua New Guinea.
Every place has a unique history and Papua New Guinea has its own stories to tell. The war relics and monuments in these parts provide a great snapshot to the past.
Tapping into local knowledge is the perfect way for visitors to experience a new place. So consider singing up for one of the wildlife spotting tours and guided nature walks.
Often, the most cherished vacation moments can be found in local cafés and restaurants. Two ingredients commonly found in a number of Papua New Guinea recipe books are breadfruit (ulu) and coconuts. Chicken pot and kokoda fish are just two popular dishes sure to imbue visitors' palates with the true flavours of Papua New Guinea. Those who can always find room for more, can try saksak (dumplings made with sugar and sago), a great way to complete your Papua New Guinea dining experience.
A wise person once said: that it is far better to see a thing once than to hear about it a thousand times. With its breathtaking vistas and friendly people, Papua New Guinea will not disappoint you.