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Pindiu

While Pindiu might not appear on the top of everybody's bucket list, those who do put in the effort will be knocked out by the splendid scenic beauty of Papua New Guinea.

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Pindiu Vacation Packages

Pindiu is approximately 210 miles north of Port Moresby, the country's capital.

Want to go on a day trip? Mindik is located 6 miles to the west, while Kabwum is 10 miles to the west.

Approximately 40 miles to the southwest of Pindiu is Omili, a regional hub where you'll find Mt Lunaman, Lae Botanic Gardens and Lae War Cemetery. Rainforest Habitat and Lae Golf Course are some more points of interest that you won't want to miss.

The area has several fun-filled activities for those who want to venture outside and make the most of Mother Nature's playground. Try your hand at mountain climbing or hiking.

Bring along an appetite for adventure and jump on board some guided nature walks and wildlife spotting tours.

The Papua New Guinea area has a number of places for swimming, so make sure you fit that into your itinerary. Snorkeling is also a great reason to get your feet wet.

For a window into the culture of Papua New Guinea, head to the region's craft workshops.

You'll be hard-pressed to think of a more pleasant way to discover this region than by taking time to visit its open-air markets.

The region's war relics and monuments are well worth heading out to. They are sure to be enjoyed by all visitors, not just history buffs.

The cuisine here is a culinary experience unto itself, so make sure you get your fill!

Nothing tastes better than local goods. You'll find that breadfruit (ulu) and coconuts are go-to favorites here.

Any foodie worth their salt should ensure they try chicken pot and kokoda fish before moving on to any other local dishes.

No meal can end without a sweet treat. Saksak (dumplings made with sugar and sago) is sure to fit the bill.

If you're visiting on the Independence Day, you can embrace the festivities for Independence Day, a day of celebration across the nation.

Papua New Guinea is certainly a wonderful place. So when it is time to pack up and go, we won't be shocked if you make plans to return!

If you'd like to find the closest airport, it's 55 miles to the west.