Kar Kar Island Vacation Packages
To taste Papua New Guinea in all it's richness, head off and experience the natural and cultural sights around Kar Kar Island.
The area around Kar Kar Island is popular for its range of war relics and monuments; these are fascinating portals into the area's colorful history.
If you are looking for something a little different from seeing the sights, why not try a local watersport? Spearfishing and surfing are available here.
Experience the culinary arts of Papua New Guinea by learning about popular local food. Two of the region's typical ingredients are breadfruit (ulu) and coconuts. Check out the local meals, including chicken pot and kokoda fish. But your meal is not really finished until you have tried saksak (dumplings made with sugar and sago), a popular dessert here.
Much of Papua New Guinea celebrates Independence Day on the 16th of September, so be prepared for changes to opening hours and increased demand for transport.
There is no doubt about it, Papua New Guinea is an exceptionally beautiful destination that you will linger in your memories for a lifetime.