Tari is surrounded by fascinating cities, towns and villages just waiting to be enjoyed.
To understand a region, it often pays to learn a little local history. Papua New Guinea's fine old war relics and monuments are a great starting point.
If you love spending time with like-minded travelers, this region has a range of specialized tours such as guided nature walks and wildlife spotting tours.
Food is an integral element of any area and a great way to get to know an area. Two of the region's best-loved ingredients are breadfruit (ulu) and coconuts. Chicken pot and kokoda fish are both popular choices sure to delight visitors' with the true flavours of Papua New Guinea. Saksak (dumplings made with sugar and sago) is the perfect way to conclude your dining experience.
Much of Tari acknowledges Independence Day on the 16th of September, so be prepared for changes to opening hours and transport schedules.
There is a common proverb that the world is a book and those that don't travel remain on the same page day after day after day. So book your journey and make the most of the experiences to be savoured in Papua New Guinea.