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Old 31-10-2003, 12:15 PM
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It has been stressed from time to time that there is a lot of potential in
tourism industry in PNG. In fact PNG has a lot to offer in terms of
attracting tourists from anywhere in the world. There is an abundance supplyof natural resources; wildlife, marine resources, unique floras and faunas, and there are beautiful landscapes, exotic dive spots (infact PNG has been recognised as a No.1 dive spot in the world), evident world warsites, wrecks and relics - and renowned World War II treks or paths like the Kokoda Trail where thousands of tourists come by to trek each year; the Black Cat Trail in Salamaua, Morobe province and the Bulldog Track.

A landslide in the mountain side as seen along the Black Cat Trail in Salamaua in the Morobe province. The Black Cat Trail is an old war part where Australia fought hard with the Japanese soldiers in 1942.
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