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Welcome to Papua New Guinea. It is a fascinating land and until now a little known country on the tourist map. This, in one sense, is good this because it has meant we are still and unspoiled country, the people are natural and friendly and untouched, to a large degree, by the more negative side of tourist commercialization. We have a country waiting, for many, to be discovered. Papua New Guinea is one of the last great frontiers of the world. This does not mean we are total unknown. On the contrary, over the years many thousands of people from over the world have chosen Papua New Guinea as their holiday destination.


          The reasons are many:

          We have top bird watching destination in the world. 

          We have some of the best game fishing in the world.

          We have some of the best diving in the world.

          We have so most dramatic scenery in the world dotted with thousands of villages, their 

          dwellers living the some type of existence as their ancestors thousands of years ago.

          We have one of the greatest rivers in the world, the mighty Sepik which snakes  

          Bismarck Sea inland for two thousand kilometers and is a voyage of true adventure.

          We have culture and tradition with annual shows with such a kaleidoscope of colorful

          body decoration and headdresses, dances and sing sings, it would be impossible to

          compare anywhere in the world.      



New Guinea is the Centre of bird diversity in Australia and New Guinea combined, plus nearby islands). Here lives one of the world’s four great tropical avifauna, separate in its history and evolution from those of Asia, Africa, and the Americas. The region is famous for being home to a rich and distinctive humid forest avifauna characterized by cassowaries, megapodes, pigeons, parrots, cuckoos, kingfishers, owlet-nightjars, and especially the oscine passerines or songbirds. The latter include hundreds of small insectivores belonging to numerous families centered on the region, and most renowned of all, the birds of Paradise and Bowerbirds. The uniqueness of the ancient passerine lineages that evolved in the region are only now coming to light with the detailed molecular systematic studies that have recently elevated seven New Guinean endemic songbirds lineages to full familial status – the satinbirds, typical berrypeckers, painted berrypeckers, and berry hunters, ploughbills, ifrits, and melampittas. These relatively obscure montane forest denizens are fascinating, but overshadowed by the more prodigious songbird lineages that also apparently evolved in New Guinea only to expand out to the forestlands of Australia, Oceania, and Asia.

The volume treats all species of birds known to occur within the New Guinea Region as defined by Mayr (1941), comprising the huge equatorial island of New Guinea and its numerous closely associated satellite islands and island groups. New Guinea now includes detailed accounts of 779 bird species.

Papua New Guinea have 365 species (or 59%) are endemic to the region meaning they are found nowhere else in the world.

To see some of all these endemic species or specialty. Contact Daniel Wakra a famous local birding guide expert. Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.




Discover the most challenging Adventures of this truly last frontier with New Guinea Natural Tours. Trek the Tari basion home of the famous Huli wigmen, climb the highest mountain – Mt. Wilhelm (4509 meters), breath taking Chimbu gorge, Mt. Wilhelm to beautiful Madang, we have one of the greatest rivers in the world, the mighty Sepik River which snakes from the Bismark Sea inland for two thousand kilometers and it’s a voyage of true adventure – Land of unparalleled cultural diversity, untouched exotic natural beauty and one of the few remaining Adventure destinations of the world.



Current Tours Include:

  • Bird Watching Tours Nationwide including the Huon Peninsula (SATOP) and Myola on the outskirts of Port Moresby along the Famous Kokoda Trial. 

  • Aseki smoked Body 4WD Safaris

  • Sepik River Village stays

  • War Memorial Tours Mainland and Islands including Bougainville

  • Culture featuring Provincial Festivals, Mt. Hagen and Enga August, Goroka September, Morobe show in October, Trobriand Island Yam Festival in July, and Mask festival in July

  • Cruise Ship Shore Excursions in all shores, islands, and atolls of PNG

  • Conference Facilities Hotel accommodation,transport, PA systems and flight bookings

  • Village Stays Experience village life styles in all of Sepik region, Middle Sepik, Upper Sepik and Tari Valley, home the famous Huli Wigmen.

  • Hire cars and Chauffeur Driven Services in Port Moresby, Madang and Mt. Hagen.


As Nationals, we take pride in the fact that we are able to offer the authentic Papua New Guinea to visitors with prompt efficient services.