PNG Trekking Adventures 2018

Kokoda Trail Emblem at Owers Corner

PNG Trekking Adventures 2018 trekking season in Papua New Guinea is almost here! They have some of the exciting travel destinations in PNG to share with you.

Walk the Kokoda Trail in 2018

The Kokoda Track has been our most popular PNG trek, with its challenging topography and captivating war history which has now become a rite of passage for many Australians. We pride ourselves on providing exclusive, small groups, quality treks which continue to attract many people from around the world. Take an emotional trek in the footsteps of the Aussie WWII Heroes. This 8-day trek will leave a mark on you forever.

Click here to download our 2018 Kokoda Trail Brochure

Climb Mt. Wilhelm

Over the past years, we have seen a marked increase in the number of climbers from all over the world finding their way to the Highlands of PNG to peak the highest summit in Oceania. This area remains an unspoiled beautiful and magical place and is the adventure of all adventures.

Click here to download our 2018 Mt. Wilhelm Brochure

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PNG Trekking Adventures Mt. Wilhelm head guide Peter Doe on the summit of Mt. Wilhelm

 

Milne Bay Trekking, Kayaking & Stand Up Paddle Boarding

Our Alotau adventure has grown significantly over the years. Not only is this a remote and beautiful trek, it is a soft adventure and great for families. All our treks donate a portion of the cost of the trek back to the communities along the track corridor, a concept borrowed from the Surfing Association of PNG. This is all part of developing sustainable tourism.

Click here to download our 2018 Milne Bay Trekking, Kayaking & Stand Up Paddle Boarding Brochure

PNG Trekking Adventures Pam Christie and her friends trekking in Alotau

PNG Trekking Adventures Pam Christie and her friends trekking in Alotau

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(Source: PNG Trekking Adventure Newsletter 18 April 2018)

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