Papua New Guinea is a country of adventure. Offering a heady mix of traditional tribal encounters, jungle exploration in wildlife-rich environments and pristine sandy beaches, Papua New Guinea is as diverse as they come. Sitting just south of the equator with Indonesia on one side and seeming to almost touch Australia's north coast, trips to this unique part of the world will astound and amaze you. For nature and culture lovers head to the Highlands to discover a world of diverse birdlife and witness the colourful lifestyle of the Huli Wigmen. Learn the history of the devastating volcanic eruption of Mt Tavurvur at Rabaul and visit WWII bunkers tucked into the hillside. For the truly hardcore adventurer, trek the gruelling Kokoda Track passing remote villages and rugged rural landscapes. The idyllic peninsula of Milne Bay tucked away at the tip of the island offers beachside respite or head further afield to dive the pristine coral reefs of the Solomon Islands.