Salamo Vacation Packages
Salamo is situated 250 miles (402 kilometers) east of the national capital Port Moresby.
Even though Papua New Guinea is off the main tourist trail, there are still a wealth of things to do and see around Salamo. Esa'Ala and Iamalele are two more places you may wish to visit while you're in Papua New Guinea.
To really understand a place, it's often helpful to step back into earlier times. Papua New Guinea's fascinating war relics and monuments provide a wonderful starting point.
If you want something a little different from sightseeing, why not check out the local watersports? Fishing and freediving are both well-established within the region.
Long-time travelers know that food is a great way to taste a region's character. Ingredients commonly found in a number of Papua New Guinea recipe books are breadfruit (ulu) and coconuts. Chicken pot and kokoda fish are commonly enjoyed by tourists and residents. Papua New Guinea is also renowned for its excellent saksak (dumplings made with sugar and sago).
A wise person once said: that it is far better to see a thing once than to be told about it a million times. With its stunning beauty Papua New Guinea will not disappoint.