Papua New Guinea is the land of the unexpected. From treks along the legendary Kokoda Track to sea kayaking the Tigak Sea, from trekking to the highest volcano in Oceania (Mt Giluwe) to traversing for the first time, one of Papua New Guinea’s 4000 meter peaks.
ALL KOKODA TREKS
From walking Kokoda fast to trekking Kokoda and incorporating the northern beaches, to Kokoda Re-enactments, we have a Kokoda trek for everyone, including a Back-to-Back.
You have lost the rest of the trekking party and now you are lost in the jungles of Papua New Guinea. Could you survive?
MOUNT GILUWE SUMMIT
Oceania’s highest volcanic peak, Mt Giluwe is a superb trek to above 4000 meters in Papua New Guinea. This is off the beaten trail trekking.
TIGAK SEA KAYAKING
Remote islands as far north as you can go in Papua New Guinea. The Tigak Sea is a pristine environment perfect to paddle through and explore.
MOUNT SARAWAGET SUMMIT
The ultimate in remote mountain trekking, we will take on the summits of Sarawaget on the Huon Peninsula, many over 4000 meters above sea level.
MOUNT WILHELM SUMMIT
At over 4500 meters, Mt Wilhelm is PNG’s highest mountain. We go deep and high into the highlands of PNG to the roof of this fascinating nation.
SURVIVOR PNG ESCAPE
Pit your skills and resilience against the forces of nature as you make shelter and fire, collect water and hunt just to stay alive.
Little known and super remote, the Kabangama summit is supremely dramatic with incredible views toward Wilhelm and Giluwe. If you want off the beaten trail, this is it.