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Fane

Fane is in Papua New Guinea. This is the perfect place if you are seeking extraordinary scenery without the tourist hordes. Come and enjoy the rural landscapes, beaches, coastal plains and forests.

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Fane can be found approximately 300 miles northwest of Port Moresby, the national capital.

Need ideas for a day trip? Moki is 9 miles to the southwest, while Misima is 40 miles to the southeast.

If you happen to hear the great outdoors calling, do as the locals do and spend the day mountain climbing and hiking.

If you love mingling with other globetrotters, this region features a variety of specialized tours that are worth taking a look at. Some of the most enticing choices are guided nature walks and wildlife spotting tours.

Swimming and snorkeling are a couple of the amazing water activities that'll keep you active and fit.

If you're looking for indoor entertainment, make your way to the craft workshops of Papua New Guinea. Spend the day learning a little about the region's rich cultural tapestry and perhaps even pick up a souvenir or two.

After an outdoor activity that will suit everyone? This region boasts some fantastic open-air markets.

Armchair historians will discover plenty of things that catch their interest. Don't forget to get a few photos when you head out to the region's war relics and monuments.

The food here is a culinary experience unto itself, so take the time to delve into the area's menus.

A delectable meal is dependent upon the quality of its components. Luckily, the breadfruit (ulu) and coconuts are among the best in the world.

Don't head home before trying out chicken pot and kokoda fish.

Taste some saksak (dumplings made with sugar and sago) after you have finished your meal. This divine dessert is sure to go down a treat.

National pride is usually bubbling over on the 16th of September for Independence Day.

So it's come time to bid farewell to the gorgeous Papua New Guinea region? We know it'll be hard, but at least you can take comfort in the knowledge that the adventures you had here will be with you forever.

Don't worry about being late for boarding. Just remember that the nearest airport is 110 miles to the northeast.