Papua New Guinea
Welcome to PNG where only adventurers need apply. With its remote, rugged and extreme terrain - this is the home of the gruelling 96 km Kokoda Track. PNG’s complex local cultures have over 800 languages, with its unique wildlife and challenging mountain terrain it is one of the world’s most diverse landscapes and a biodiversity hotspot. From jungle clad mountains to pristine coral reefs to the mighty river deltas of the Sepik and the caves of the Owen Stanley Range, Papua New Guinea’s warm waters also host some of the world's best diving spots. Pristine coral reefs can be found all around the mainland and the islands of the Bismarck Sea and Milne Bay. Whether you trek, hike, dive, surf or snorkel - PNG is one of the last wild places on Earth.