Ian Lloyd Neubauer saddles up a dirtbike and hits the spectacular trails in the highlands of PNG. The endpoint? A gothic encounter with the mummified corpses of Aseki District
Papua New Guinea
The relatively untouched jungles and highlands of Papua New Guinea are a haven for wildlife and a diverse array of tribal cultures unlike anywhere else in the world.
Difficult to reach by both land and sea, the Gulf Mask Festival is a treasure of traditional culture and dress. Writer and photographer Olga Fontanellaz travels to this lesser-visited region to record a unique sing-sing.
There’s no doubt that PNG is one of the most exotic destinations in Asia, but things get even more exciting under the waves; diving in Papua New Guinea is a WWII adventure in one of Asia’s lesser traveled destinations.
Despite its natural beauty and fascinating cultural practices, Papua New Guinea remains one of the least traveled regions in Asia; it’s time to take a little trip on Instagram.
Airport upgrades and roadworks are making it easier to get to Papua New Guinea’s famous cultural festival in Mount Hagen.
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Planning an adventurous getaway with the guys? Looking for a destination to challenge and amaze you? Why not get off the beaten path and check out one of the most untouched and exciting places in the world: Papua New Guinea.
In Baining culture the Fire Dance is performed on various special occasions, including the birth of new children in the village, remembering the dead, as well as being a coming of age ceremony for young men entering adulthood.
From the hot and humid lowlands we headed once again to the cooler climes of the highlands, this time to Tari, home of the Huli Wigmen in Papua New Guinea.
While visiting local tribal communities in the Karawari region of Papua New Guinea, we hoped to catch a glimpse of a man seen locally in these parts who is among the so-called “crocodile men”