Tadji isn't the only spot in Papua New Guinea worth experiencing; nomadic types will be keen to be sure to set aside plenty of time to experience the special qualities of the surrounding landscapes, towns and cities. Two examples of places within a relatively short distance of Tadji are Anguganak, 30 miles (48 kilometers) to the northeast, and Nuku, 35 miles (56 kilometers) to the north.
Many people who visit Papua New Guinea delight in discovering the open-air markets dotted throughout the region.
For those who like to pick up knowledge as well as souvenirs on their travels, Tadji offers a range of specialist tours, including guided nature walks and wildlife spotting tours.
Long-time travelers know that food is a sure-fire way to truly experience a destination. Breadfruit (ulu) and coconuts are commonly used ingredients in meals here. Don't wrap up your time in Tadji without sampling chicken pot and also kokoda fish. Top it all off with saksak (dumplings made with sugar and sago), a popular final course.
When it is time to leave this city, chances are you'll find yourself making plans to revisit this very special vacation spot.