The Kokoda Trail is one of the world’s extraordinary treks, connecting the southern and northern shore of Papua New Guinea. The Kokoda Track or Trail is a solitary record foot avenue that runs 96 kilometers overland – 60 kilometers in a straight line.The Kokoda Trail is our most renowned trek here in Papua New Guinea. It is saturated with world war 2 history and is a passionate and genuinely testing walk.
The best time to trek Kokoda is during the ‘dry’ season from April through to October. At that time trek can comfortably done. To walk the trail is by far the most popular trek in Papua New Guinea and takes between 6-8 days to walk depending upon your fitness level.
2. The Mount Wilhelm
The Mount Wilhelm is the most noteworthy mountain in Papua New Guinea at 14,793 ft. It is a piece of the Bismarck Range and the pinnacle is where three areas, Simbu, Jiwaka and Madang, meet. The pinnacle is otherwise called Enduwa Kombugluor Kombugl’o Dimbin in the neighborhood Kuman language, a Papuan language.
The best period to climb is from May to November. During this season, the weather will be warmer during the day. You can climb all year round. The climb begins at Betty’s Lodge and took us three hours to trek the 5.7kms to the base camp.
3. The Kimbe Bay
The Kimbe Bay is a huge inlet in West New Britain Province. Kimbe Bay is a widely acclaimed scuba plunging hotspot, supporting an inconceivably different marine living space – coral reefs, mangroves, seagrasses, Snorkeling, angling, profound sea waters, excursions to percolating mud pools, birdwatching, and seamounts. More than 900 types of fish have been recognized here and the straight is home to 76% of the world’s coral species.
Kimbe Bay best timing dived from May to November, but it does get a bit windy in August. you can plan a trip for 3-5 hours to explore this place.
4. Samarai island
The Samarai is an island and previous managerial capital in Milne Bay Province, Papua New Guinea. The island is verifiably huge as the site of an exchanging port and stop-over among Australia and East Asia. Samarai is well known for having 2 types of bats: Lesser Papuan pipistrelle. Watts’ pipistrelle. The primary concern to do on Samarai is simply meander around absorbing the blurred wonder.
May to October or July to late September is generally the most pleasant time to visit. You can spent one or two night is good time to explore.
5. The Ulawun volcano
The Ulawun is one Papua New Guinea’s generally dynamic and most hazardous volcanoes. Ascending to 2334 m, it is likewise the most elevated of the 1000 km long chain of the Bismarck volcanic circular segment which extends from Rabaul spring of gushing lava to Wewak. Ulawun fountain of liquid magma is made out of magma streams interbedded with tephra made out of basalt to andesite magma.
It is difficult to say that when is the best time as its an active volcano, but you can visit in coldest season of Papua New Guinea, will be safer than other time. Although only a few thousand people live within 30 kilometres of Ulawun.
6. The Lake Kutubu
The Lake Kutubu is a lake in the Southern Highlands Province of Papua New Guinea. The Kutubu Lake is likewise well-worth of visiting for its noteworthy fauna and greenery, ethnic networks and lovely scene. It is the greatest lake in Papua and it includes an unmistakable environment. Local people are amazingly companions and glad to see you visit.
The best time according to me are from march to may. I recommend you to visit at least 2-4 hours to explore or you can stay a day to explore more. I suggest you to visit during sunset time, which make this place more spectacular.
7. The Wasi falls
The Wasi falls situated close to Lake Kutubu in the Southern Highlands is the well known goal of Wasi Falls. Wasi cascade otherwise called Bisi Waterfall, this course falls over 100m to a limestone bowl underneath as the Mubi River explores the Great Papuan Plateau. There are additionally numerous collapses the Wasi Falls area at the eastern finish of Lake Kutubu.
The best time from late September and October to April. You should need 2-3 hours to explore. This idyllic spot is accessed with the assistance of local guides.
8. Mageni Cave and waterfalls
Mageni Cave and cascades is in East New Britain lies a colossal cavern that opens to uncover a canyon complete with 80m cascade. Known as Mageni cave and cascade, it is prestigious as one of Papua New Guinea’s most staggering regular sights. the second most profound collapse Papua New Guinea. You ca appreciate Waterfalls spill out of Mageni Cave in the Iso River Gorge.
The best time is in the dry season from April to October. It depends upon you that how much time you are going to take to visit waterfall. I recommend you to take a day trip to explore and enjoy the view of cave and waterfall and its nearest site too.
9. The Port Moresby Nature Park
The Port Moresby Nature Park is Papua New Guinea’s most elevated visited recreational fascination with more than 140,000 guests every year and is committed to the guardianship of Papua New Guinea special indigenous habitat. Spread more than 30 sections of land and it is global honour winning joined natural, zoological and social park. The recreation centre is home to over 450+ local creatures including feathered creature. There’s a lovely lake in the recreation centre and regular outing ground for expats and local people who like to go through a three day weekend with their loved ones.
To avoid the crowed the best time to visit this park, early morning when the gate is open. You can easily spend more than 3 hours here. This park look more beautiful during sunset, when you are viewing the lake.
10. The Milne Bay
The coral reef frameworks of Milne Bay are the absolute most bio different on the planet, and as such pull in equivalent consideration from plunge administrators and preservation gatherings. The D’Entrecasteaux Islands despite everything have volcanic movement, particularly around Dobu and Fergusson Islands.
The drier months of May through to October is generally the most pleasant time to visit. Nearly 4-6 days long enough to explore.