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Papua New Guinea

Our world has become much smaller during this Age of Information, making the thrill of discovery that early explorers once enjoyed much harder to come by. The fastest way to reinvigorate one’s curiosity is by visiting Papua New Guinea in the southwestern Pacific Ocean, where the vestiges of old European colonialism collide with staggeringly beautiful nature, fascinating cultural treasures and native people still well-entrenched in their traditional ways of life. In fact, this is one of the most culturally diverse countries on the planet, with over 800 native languages spoken! From the lively colonial town of Port Moresby to the secluded jungles of the Western Highlands, and the fertile foothills of the volcanic Mount Tavurvur to the tropical villages of the Duke of York Islands, travelers can enjoy genuine encounters with villagers, take in breathtaking wildlife, visit local markets, learn about PNG’s complex history, snorkel in the Coral Triangle, and go deep into rural areas far away from the crowds—to the haunts of sorcerers and witchdoctors, mud men and fire dancers.

MTS offers an amazing new Papua New Guinea adventure, where you can observe fascinating rituals, discover the diverse wildlife of the Western Highlands, and enjoy an overnight village stay on a tropical island!

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Drums of Papua New Guinea: Featuring the Kenu and Kundu Festival

Activity Level : Moderate

Land Cost :From $6,495

Length :11 days

Drums of Papua New Guinea: Featuring the Kenu and Kundu Festival

Activity Level : Moderate

Land Cost :From $6,495

Length :11 days

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Heart of Papua New Guinea: Featuring the Goroka Show

Activity Level : Moderate

Land Cost :From $6,595

Length :11 days

Heart of Papua New Guinea: Featuring the Goroka Show

Activity Level : Moderate

Land Cost :From $6,595

Length :11 days

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