Papua new Guinea, a unique country that lies on the Pacific Ocean and its authenticity is maintained thanks to the low level of urban development (only 18% of the population live in urban centers). Besides having a unique name, Papua new Guinea also has 850 native languages??, and (believed) a number of species of plants and animals that have not known! The country is largely unexplored, even since its independence from Australia in 1975. However, some tourists who made ??it to the beaches would feel the way they were not in vain.
Interesting experiences in Papua new Guinea is a walk in the kiosk market. most goods are bought and sold are original and homemade goods. You’ll find the original keepsake such as Papua new Guinea: bilum – bags made ??from plant fibers, baskets Bouganville – regarded as one of the baskets and the best container in the Pacific, or a mask – may not be used, but fun! Be careful when someone offers you “ancient artifacts” – whatever that was made before 1960 are prohibited to be exported in order to maintain the country’s cultural heritage.
Scuba diving is quite popular in Papua new Guinea and many dive places that have unlimited potential. Geographic structure of sea bottom plate causes a drastic fall from the edge of the beach – but an abundance of debris former World War II, adding features to dive here. To dive in among the rubble, go to Kavieng, Loloata, or Madang. if you want to see the spectacular coral group, go to the Eastern Fields, about 200km from Port Moresby to the coast of Australia. Article by Bali private villas, the luxury Bali villas for rent.