When you think of trekking in PNG, the Kokoda Track immediately comes to mind, however, there are many options for trekking, mountain climbing and bushwalking.
The Kokoda Track was the scene of bitter fighting in 1942 as the Japanese advanced towards Port Moresby. Many Japanese and Australian soldiers died along the Track, both in battle and from malaria. As the interest in Australia’s cultural identity and recent history grows, walking the Kokoda Track has become a rite of passage for a new generation of Australians in order to gain an understanding of what Australian soldiers endured during WWII.
The Black Cat Track, Lark Force Track, The Old Bulldog Trek, Mt Wilhelm, Mt Giluwe, Mt Hagen, the Bismarck and the Kubor Ranges, all offer a variety of other trekking and climbing options catering to all levels of fitness.
Whatever you want to do on your holiday, PNG Holidays in conjunction with our wide range of suppliers and operators can put together the ideal travel itinerary for your plans.