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Discover Papua New Guinea

There are few places in the world that are so unchartered that they offer something new to even the most seasoned travellers. Papua New Guinea is one such place.

From white sandy beaches along the coastline of Huon Peninsula, to low-lying savannahs that stretch and rise to meet tropical rainforests that lie tangled across rugged mountains, Papua New Guinea offers adventure to even the most intrepid explorers.

If you’re looking for butterflies, wild orchids, colourful and raucous birds, superb diving, as well as lush plant and animal life, Papua New Guinea is your country of choice.

Its rich diversity is a well-kept secret. The abundant fauna and flora make the country an excellent destination for eco-tourism, while the many tribes scattered in villages and hamlets across the nation offer a fascinating cultural experience. Over 800 languages are spoken countrywide, with more than a hundred in Morobe Province alone. But rest assured, English is widely spoken and is used as the main business language, so you will be able to make the most of your travels.

Visit Papua New Guinea, and let Seeds act as your local guide.

Visit Papua New Guinea

Who We Are

At Seeds Theatre Group Inc., we combat social issues by means of theatre and art. We have in-depth, on-the-ground knowledge and can help you make the most of your trip. The added benefit, of course, is that all proceeds help further our social initiatives.

We’re based in Morobe Province, gateway to the Highlands and Islands, and home to Lae, Papua New Guinea’s second largest city. Lae is well serviced, and you will find most modern amenities, from banks and hotels, to markets and stores.

What We Do

Seeds assists you in planning your trip. We have dedicated tour facilitators to help make the most of your stay. We will book your accommodation, act as tour guides and provide an interpreter for your travels. We offer various packages, and our rates are based on a percentage of an overall trip. Contact us for more information, and we will help compile your itinerary.

Get In Touch:

Email: group.seeds83@gmail.com

Phone:  + 675 473 4620

Mobile: + 675 7096 2884

Things to Do & Where to Do Them

–       Hiking: Papua New Guinea offers exciting hiking trails. Try the Black Cat Trail (8 to 9 hours per day for 4-5 days), Bulldog Track, Skindiwai, or bushwalking at Labu Tali

–       Fishing: There are several fishing charters along the coast. Visit Huon Gulf, Salamaua or Labu Tali

–       Swimming, snorkeling & diving: There are excellent coral reefs with abundant sea life along the coastline with submerged World War II wrecks in certain spots. Good areas include Finschhafen, Salamaua, and Siassi Islands.

–       Birdwatching: Some of the bird species to be seen include bowerbirds, Australian robins, honeyeaters, and Birds of Paradise

–       Canoeing & Kayaking

–       War relics: There is a rich historical and wartime history to be found in Papua New Guinea. Relics can be found across the province, for example along the Black Cat Trail or in Salamaua.

–       Turtles: Huon Coast Leatherback Turtle Conservation Project, Labu Tali, Kamiali Wildlife Management Area

–       Ecotourism: Discover a diverse landscape: mountains, rainforests, jungles, fertile agricultural valleys, volcanic islands, swamps, lowlands, grasslands, birdlife, over 15 000 plant species, pristine coastal areas, and wildlife.

–       Arts & crafts: Visit the street sellers, and find bilums and other crafts outside of the main market or at the Melanesian Art Centre.

–       Markets: Lae’s main market is on Air Corps Road, where you will find food, produce and local curios. Smaller markets can be found out of town.

–       Caves: Visit the Limestone Caves near Mumeng, the Avilu Caves, or the Avadedu burial ledges above the Gangwe River.

–       Golf: Papua New Guinea’s best golf course has its club house on Bumbu Road in Morobe Province.

–       Cruises: There are day and overnight cruises in the Huon Gulf.

–       Sing-Sings: These are traditional song and dance gatherings. Hundreds of tribes come together to hold unifying celebrations, wearing colourful adornments and attire. 

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  1. Hasan at · Reply

    I would like to share my view on the flags of PNG Provinces.The flag of Manus Province is not purple and ornage with a white bird (chauka), but rather the purple area should be blue and what seems as ornage should actually be brown and the chauka bird is actually yellow. This is our flag and I’d appreciate it if what is put for others to learn from should be of what is true and original.

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