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Moving to PNG soon - what to do during the weekends?

I'm moving to Port Moresby, PNG for two years. Help!
14 years ago, October 18th 2006 No: 1 Msg: #8017  
I'm moving to Port Moresby, PNG for two years to work there for the government. Given that there are relatively few blogs available, I was wondering whether anyone had any interesting info:
- Best dive sites in PNG
- Nicest parts of PNG to visit
- Port Moresby highlights

Any help would be much appreciated!
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13 years ago, November 9th 2006 No: 2 Msg: #8437  
We are going to spend 3-4 weeks in PNG next year on a RTW trip that we start in January. I am also loking at info on the web since there is not much. Looks great though! We´ll keep in touch (we won´t get there until mid june 2007) Best luck over there! Reply to this

13 years ago, December 13th 2006 No: 3 Msg: #9148  
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trekking the Kokoda Track is one of the must do things in PNG. Steeped in history, this trek is one of the world's greatest walks. Covering mountainous country and deep jungle, this walk makes men (and women) of people.

There's some great information available about the trek on a new DVD called the Kokoda Challenge DVD. It tells you everything you need to know about getting to Kokoda and getting home again in one piece.

Feel free to also ask me anything you need to know about the walk, tour guides, gear etc...

Trekking Kokoda with Kokoda Guide DVD - www.kokodaguide.com.au
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12 years ago, March 28th 2008 No: 4 Msg: #31000  
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Dive sites: Around New Britain and heading towards Solomons, in the North too
Nice parts: Around Highlands, Sepik, Trobes, Island provinces
Get out of Port Moresby, meet a local to do the track with, too many tourists on the track..plus overpriced tours... Reply to this

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