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  • Papua New Guinea is located just South of the equator, North of Australia and directly adjacent to and East of Indonesia
  • Papua New Guinea is accessible via a number of major International cites. There’s a few ways to get there from Tel Aviv 1) To Seoul to Sydney to Port Moresby. Another way is 2) Tel Aviv to Mumbai International then Singapore to Port Moresby. Hong Kong, KL and Manilia offer connections as well. Just depends on your clients needs.
  • Papua New Guinea is accessible via a number of major International cites. There’s a few ways to get there from Tel Aviv 1) To Seoul to Sydney to Port Moresby. Another way is 2) Tel Aviv to Mumbai International then Singapore to Port Moresby. Hong Kong, KL and Manilia offer connections as well. Just depends on your clients needs.
  • Papua New Guinea is accessible via a number of major International cites. There’s a few ways to get there from Tel Aviv 1) To Seoul to Sydney to Port Moresby. Another way is 2) Tel Aviv to Mumbai International then Singapore to Port Moresby. Hong Kong, KL and Manilia offer connections as well. Just depends on your clients needs.
  • Citizens of Israel residing in Israel must apply for a visa to Papua New Guinea in person at the nearest consulate of Papua New Guinea in Israel. Please note, application procedures and fees may vary by location. If there is no consulate of Papua New Guinea in Israel there may be a consulate of Papua New Guinea in a neighboring country that covers the jurisdiction of Israel.
  • Although English is widely spoken throughout the country, Papua New Guinea is home to over 800 distinct languages with Melanesian Pidgin and HiriMotu being the most commonly spoken languages.
  • Discuss increase in room nights in the next 5 years
  • Grand Papua Newest Hotel
  • Grand Papua Newest Hotel
  • Jacksons coming soon
  • Jacksons coming soon
  • One of the best ways to explore PNG is by foot. With over five million inhabitants and less than 50,000 cars throughout the country, walking is hands down the preferred method of transportation.
  • One of the best ways to explore PNG is by foot. With over five million inhabitants and less than 50,000 cars throughout the country, walking is hands down the preferred method of transportation.
  • One of the best ways to explore PNG is by foot. With over five million inhabitants and less than 50,000 cars throughout the country, walking is hands down the preferred method of transportation.
  • Take in the amazing views at Tufi Dive Resort
  • Delux bungalow at Tufi
  • …Tufi Tribesmen
  • Garewa Guest House in Tufi – example of village stay
  • Garewa Guest House in Tufi – example of village stay
  • Interacting with the local kids in the villageRemote villages line the sepik river
  • Sago is the staple
  • Sago is the staple
  • The islands region is home to tribes like the Banning Fire Dancers…
  • The islands region is home to tribes like the Banning Fire Dancers…
  • The islands region is home to tribes like the Banning Fire Dancers…
  • The islands region is home to tribes like the Banning Fire Dancers…
  • The islands region is home to tribes like the Banning Fire Dancers…
  • The islands region is home to tribes like the Banning Fire Dancers…
  • The islands region is home to tribes like the Banning Fire Dancers…
  • The islands region is home to tribes like the Banning Fire Dancers…
  • As well as the playful AsaroMudmen.
  • As well as the playful AsaroMudmen.
  • The islands region is home to tribes like the Banning Fire Dancers…
  • The islands region is home to tribes like the Banning Fire Dancers…
  • The islands region is home to tribes like the Banning Fire Dancers…
  • The islands region is home to tribes like the Banning Fire Dancers…
  • The islands region is home to tribes like the Banning Fire Dancers…
  • Walindi’s Japanese Fighter Zero-- wreck was actually spotted by a local named William who was free-diving for sea cucumbers at the time when noticed what seemed to be a large shadow on the sea bed.William is very superstitious and as he got closer he thought that he was looking at a ghost lying face-up with its arms outstretched, soaking up the sun.Terrified he shot to the surface and to the relative safety of his canoe, eventually summoning up enough courage to go back down to take a closer look – realizing when he did that it was the wreck of a plane rather than some demon of the deep.William took his story to the local authorities and word of the discovery made it to Max Benjamin, the owner of Walindi Plantation Dive Resort, who was rather dubious but felt that the story should be checked out and the rest, as they say, is history…
  • The islands region is home to tribes like the Banning Fire Dancers…
  • Walindi’s Japanese Fighter Zero-- wreck was actually spotted by a local named William who was free-diving for sea cucumbers at the time when noticed what seemed to be a large shadow on the sea bed.William is very superstitious and as he got closer he thought that he was looking at a ghost lying face-up with its arms outstretched, soaking up the sun.Terrified he shot to the surface and to the relative safety of his canoe, eventually summoning up enough courage to go back down to take a closer look – realizing when he did that it was the wreck of a plane rather than some demon of the deep.William took his story to the local authorities and word of the discovery made it to Max Benjamin, the owner of Walindi Plantation Dive Resort, who was rather dubious but felt that the story should be checked out and the rest, as they say, is history…
  • The islands region is home to tribes like the Banning Fire Dancers…
  • The islands region is home to tribes like the Banning Fire Dancers…
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