Papua New Guinea

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Need help with a PNG custom tour? Choose from this curated list of Papua New Guinea custom travel planners and specialists to help design your private tour.

Talk to a Papua New Guinea custom travel planner about how to explore this exotic land. This list will give you a start on your planning process:

Conde Nast Papua New Guinea Travel Experts

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Tribal Huts on Papua New Guinea

Papua New Guinea Custom Travel Planner: Lynette Wilson: Destination World
Phone: 800-224-0220
Email: world@silcom.com
Website: Destination World

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Papua New Guinea Custom Travel Planner: Robert Becker: Protravel International/Beckersphere
Phone: 800-227-1059, ext. 9527 or direct: 917-804-3271 voice
Email: robert.becker@protravelinc.com  or Robert.Becker@Beckersphere.com
Website: Beckersphere

Papua New Guinea Custom Travel Planner: Tom Marchant Black Tomato
Phone: 44-
646/558-3644 (London)
Email: tom@blacktomato.com
Website: Black Tomato

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Papua New Guinea Custom Travel Planner: Lynette Wilson: Destination World
Phone: 800-224-0220
Email: world@silcom.com
Website: Destination World

Read Lynette’s Papua New Guinea Insider’s Travel Guide.

 

Additional Papua New Guinea Custom Travel Planner Ideas

General:

Papua New Guinea Custom Tour Planner:  Alan Manning: South Sea Horizons
Phone:
Email: alan@southseahorizons.com
Website: South Sea Horizons

Papua New Guinea Custom Tour Planner:  Aaron Hayes: Ecotourism Melanesia
Phone: 675/ 7056 7277 or 7700 5066
Email: ecotourism.melanesia@gmail.com
Website:  Ecotourism Melanesia

 

PNG Explorers International
Phone:675/323-1321/2103

Top Ten for Papua New Guinea: Ideas for working with your Papua New Guinea Custom Tour Planner

1 – Walk the Kokoda track, a 200-year-old trail used for commuting from Village to village

Papua New Guinea Custom Travel Planner Ideas

Tokua Sunset

2 – Go to the Rabual Mask Festival

3 – Getaway to a beach hut

4 – Take a Sepik River safari

5 – Paddle on the Rempi Lagoon

6 – Stay in a rainforest lodge.

7 – Birdwatch at Ambua Gap and Tari Gap

8 -Get marooned on a desert island for a day

9 – Visit a tribal village

10 – See orchids growing in the wild.

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Papua New Guinea Tourism Website

Papua New Guinea

From the Website:

” Lying just south of the equator, 160km north of Australia, Papua New Guinea is part of a great arc of mountains stretching from Asia, through Indonesia and into the South Pacific.  With a vibrant and colourful culture, more than 600 islands and 800 indigenous languages, Papua New Guinea is made up of 4 regions with 20 provinces. – See more  ”

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