Balif Vacation Packages
To really understand the Papua New Guinea way of life, it's a good idea to visit the Balif's surrounding area. Nuku, 30 miles (48 kilometers) to the east, and Ambunti, 40 miles (64 kilometers) to the north of Balif are worth a visit too.
Tourists in Papua New Guinea should head to the area's open-air markets.
Papua New Guinea offers some excellent ways to experience the great outdoors. Adrenaline junkies can join one of the many hiking or mountain climbing adventures available.
Papua New Guinea cuisine has its own unique flavors, so take the time to sample one or two local dishes. You'll discover breadfruit (ulu) and coconuts are popular components of many local foods. Chicken pot and kokoda fish are two dishes to taste. And for the end of you meal, you can't say no to saksak (dumplings made with sugar and sago).
Travelers heading to Balif or in other towns and cities in Papua New Guinea on the 16th of September, can enjoy country-wide Independence Day events and celebrations.
Holidays are about making new friends and seeing the world with fresh eyes. Papua New Guinea is a great place for doing exactly that.