Papua New Guinea is a country rich in natural resources and its wealth of tradition, beauty, and history is unparalleled in the Pacific.
It’s a country of wild beauty with towering mountain peaks, lush fertile valleys, golden beaches and sparkling coral islands. It is the home of the largest area of intact rainforest outside of the Amazon with many rare species of birds and insects, including the world’s largest butterfly, the Queen Alexandra Birdwing. The country is also famous for its brilliantly colored birds of paradise. Thirty-eight of the 43 known species of Birds of Paradise are found here.
Papua New Guinea’s tribal life is often the most fascinating of a visit. The culture is extremely diverse and, within each region, visitors will experience a rich variety of ancient traditions.Please let us walk you through the Papua New Guinea learning chapter. To make it easier for you to navigate, we have divided the information into the following sections:
Along the way you will find references to the South Pacific Tourism Organization website, the Papua New Guinea website, and other links. They are vital sources of information about the region.
USA – Papua New Guinea Tourism Promotion Authority.
1334 Park Avenue, Suite 300 Manhattan Beach
California 90266, USA
Tel: (1 310) 5454200
Fax: (1 310) 5454221
Papua New Guinea Tourism Promotion Authority.
Level 5, Pacific MMI Building, Champion Parade,
P. O. Box 1291, Port Moresby NCD, Papua New Guinea
Tel: (675) 320 0211
Fax: (675) 320 0223