New Guinea, the last great land mass to remain unexplored, is a land of wonder and mystery. Exotic animals, extraordinary art and flamboyant warriors await the curious traveller.
Visit the Tari valley, home of the colourful Huli, a people living much the same way as their ancestors did, and whose young men’s right of passage is to grow their own human hair wigs. The Sepik River is Papua New Guinea’s equivalent to the Amazon and it is the people of the Sepik that makes this region an exciting and fascinating place to visit. Locals are unique in their belief in the spirit world with its mythical stories and rituals.