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Middle Sepik River Artifacts Tour

MIDDLE SEPIK RIVER ARTIFACTS TOUR :

Do you want to spend some time in the Middle Sepik area experiencing the Last Frontier? If so read on and think about booking a tour.

The Sepik River Region is steeped in rituals, ceremonies and strong culture. It is the strongest area in PNG for traditional culture, rainforests and carvings.

The Middle Sepik is particularly renowned for it’s ancestral “Men’s Spirit Houses” where the amazing “Crocodile Initiation Ceremonies” take place, as well as other rituals, in the same ways as they have done over the centuries.

This is the area we specialise in sending people who want a true taste of PNG adventure. The villages we visit have the most welcoming of peoples and one can walk around freely and safely.

There will plenty of opportunity for trekking through the jungle, seeing wild orchids, beautiful birds, catching fish for the evening meal, buying carvings, and experiencing that feeling that you are on a different planet. No problems with drinking water.

Their guides are English speaking from the area, totally trustworthy and friendly.

KANGANAMAN GUESTHOUSE WHERE YOU STAY :
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ITINERARY :

3 Days / 4 Nights :
  • Day 1 - Leave Wewak by light aircraft to Kirimbit, Chambri Lakes, after staying overnight in a local Wewak Hotel and travel by motorized canoe to Kanganaman. Visit Aibon on route having a chance to buy their pottery. Visit Haus Tambaran in Kanganaman and in the evening go crocodile hunting and/or fishing. Overnight in village guesthouse.
  • Day 2 - Depart Kanganaman and visit the beautiful villages of Palembei and Yentchen. Plenty of opportunity to buy artifacts in the villages.
    Visit the Haus Tambaran's at both places. Overnight in village guesthouse at Kanganaman.
  • Day 3 - Depart Kanganaman to travel back to Kirimbit.
Lunchtime flight back to Wewak. Visit local WW2 sites around Wewak in afternoon.

Overnight at local Wewak Hotel (2 star).

Flight back to Madang or Port Moresby at 6.10 am the next morning.


GUIDE CHRIS KARIS IN MOTORISED CANOE :
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There are flights with Air Niugini into Wewak every day. Airlink 6 days a week. Air Niugini arrives every evening from Port Moresby, Lae and Madang at 5.45pm and on Monday, Wednesday and Friday direct morning flights from Port Moresby or Vanimo.

Flight Details can be found by CLICKING HERE :

You will be met off the plane and booked into a Hotel prior to your flight to Kirimbit.

Total All-In Cost is K1750 per person including 2 nights in local hotel :

For Exchange Rate Details, PLEASE CLICK HERE :

Contact - Email : tours@pngbd.com
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Please advise possible itinerary & costs for 2 people, miidle aged, for late October\early November from melbourne, Australia.
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Hello there,

Please send a message to the following email address and let them know you heard about their services on pngbd.

Name: Richard & Susan Baker

Total All-In Cost is K1750 per person including 2 nights in local hotel.

Contact Sue on (675) 856 1400 or Fax (675) 856 1413

or email them at: info@LastFrontierArts.com.pg

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