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Search Cheap Flights to Papua New Guinea

Situated in the southwestern Pacific Ocean, Papua New Guinea occupies the eastern half of the island of New Guinea and numerous offshore islands. The country, famous for its coral reefs and beaches, offers an array of natural features and boasts great biological diversity. Papua New Guinea is home to active volcanoes, towering peaks, tropical rainforest, grasslands, and wetlands. Top natural attractions in Papua New Guinea are Mt. Wilhelm, Louisiade Archipelago, Witu Islands, Balek Wildlife Sanctuary, and New Guinea mangroves. With over a thousand cultural groups, Papua New Guinea has a deep cultural legacy. The country hosts popular festivals such as Mask Festival, Kenu and Kundu Canoe Festival, Jiwaka Cultural Show, Sepik Crocodile Festival, Enga Show, Hagen Show, Frangipani Festival, Bougainville Chocolate Festival, and Tufi Tapa Tattoo Festival. A hidden gem, Papua New Guinea’s many cultural attractions add to the pristine natural surroundings and make it an ideal holiday destination.

Popular Destinations in Papua New Guinea

Port Moresby

Capital of Papua New Guinea, Port Moresby is the political center of the country. Formerly an air base for Imperial Japan during World War II, the modern city has emerged as a center of trade. The cosmopolitan city is lined with several landmarks such as Saint Mary's Catholic Cathedral, Mosque Hohola, and Port Moresby (Bomana) War Cemetery. With its vibrant mosaic, the Parliament House is a major attraction in Port Moresby. History and art enthusiast must visit the Papua New Guinea National Museum and Art Gallery. The museum’s extensive collection comprises echibits on archeology, warfare, anthropology, and art. For sweeping views over the Port Moresby Harbour, visitors must head to Paga Hill.

Mount Hagen

Nestled in the Wahgi Valley, Mount Hagen is the capital of the Western Highlands Province. The city is a major cultural hub of the region and the third largest city in Papua New Guinea. Traditional culture and beliefs are deeply rooted in the local population. Mount Hagen is connected to the coastal cities of Madang and Lae via the Highlands Highway, which is the primary arterial route in the region. Named after the eroded volcano Mount Hagen, the city acts as a gateway to the Baiyer River Bird Sanctuary. The sanctuary houses the largest collection of wildlife and birds in Papua New Guniea. Mount Hagen hosts the Mount Hagen Cultural Show, which is among the biggest tourist attractions in the country. Numerous provincial and national tribal dance groups take part in this cultural show to celebrate their cultural heritage.

Rabaul

Rabaul is a township in the province of East New Britain on New Britain Island. The city is located 60 kms eastward from the mainland island of New Guinea. Former provincial capital, Rabaul was a major settlement until it was ravaged by a volcanic eruption in 1994. Roughly 80% of the city’s buildings collapsed, and Kokopo was made the capital. Visitors can head over to the Vulcanology Observatory and New Guniea Club ad Rabaul Museum to learn more about the region and volcanic activity. Several tour operators offer guided tours and cruises to Rabaul. Major landmarks in Rabaul are Admiral Yamamoto's Bunker, Japanese Peace Memorial, and the Shipwreck near Simpson Harbor.

Best Time to Visit Papua New Guinea

The best time to take Papua New Guinea flights is from July to October during dry season when the weather is warm, and most festivals are held. For those who wish to avoid crowds and get economical flights, May to June is the ideal time to take cheap flights to Papua New Guinea.

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