Cheap Flights to Papua New Guinea

Papua New Guinea

Papua New Guinea is a country located in Oceania, on the eastern half of the island of New Guinea. It is bordered by Indonesia to the west, the Pacific Ocean to the north and east, and the Coral Sea to the southeast. Papua New Guinea is a diverse and beautiful country, with a range of landscapes, including dense forests, rugged mountains, and beautiful beaches. The capital of Papua New Guinea is Port Moresby, which is located on the southeastern coast of the island. The official language of Papua New Guinea is English, but over 800 other languages are spoken in the country.

The weather in Papua New Guinea is generally tropical, with an average temperature of around 25°C (77°F) throughout the year. The wet season in Papua New Guinea is from December to April, with the heaviest rainfall occurring in March and April. The dry season is from May to November, with the least rainfall occurring in July and August. Papua New Guinea is affected by typhoons, with the most active months being from December to April. The average humidity in Papua New Guinea is around 80%, and the country experiences frequent thunderstorms and showers.
Things to do
  • Visit the capital city of Port Moresby and explore its vibrant markets and cultural attractions
  • Visit the Kokoda Trail and go trekking through the beautiful and challenging terrain
  • Visit the Sepik River and take a boat trip to see the stunning landscapes and traditional villages
  • Visit the Tufi Dive Resort and go diving to see the vibrant marine life of the Coral Sea
  • Visit the Mount Hagen Cultural Show and see the traditional dances and rituals of the local tribes
  • Visit the Kokopo War Museum and learn about the history of Papua New Guinea during World War II
  • Visit the Asaro Mudmen village and learn about the traditional culture and customs of the Asaro people
  • Visit the Mount Wilhelm National Park and go hiking in the beautiful mountains and forests
  • Visit the Bismarck Sea and go snorkeling or diving to see the vibrant coral reefs and marine life
  • Visit the Wau Ecology Institute and learn about the conservation efforts in Papua New Guinea.