Explore rainforest tracks and go bird watching - the country’s pristine rainforest is home to many rare species of birds, butterflies and insects, and there are nearly 2,500 acres of land dedicated to national parks.
Visit with the older generation of tribesmen from the highlands in this region, and listen as they recount the battles of World War II, when they thought Allied and Japanese aircraft were really evil spirits flying through the air. The Hela people are welcoming and friendly, and are particularly proud of their agricultural prowess and skill at animal husbandry.
Visit Pepoko village, a remote village where you can learn to make the famous wigs of the Huli people. While at the village, stop by a Huli school where you can meet the students and teach them some basic English. Afterwards, take part in a traditional Huli barbecue where the Huli kill a pig and roast it in a pit.