Trek through the unforgiving Kokoda trail, follow the footsteps of the Aussie diggers, and reap the rewards of heart-stopping views and local hospitality.
If you’ve ever wanted to see a world that few have glimpsed, and even fewer have understood, that place is Papua New Guinea. Western footprints have barely encroached its thick jungle, and scientists are still baffled by what lies within. As you scale the slopes of the Kokoda trail, traipse through its marshes, and tiptoe its rickety river-crossings, you’ll meet with views like no other and isolated villages that are nothing short of amazing.
Our Papua New Guinea Trips
Papua New Guinea travel highlights
In Menari, be welcomed by the local villagers, including one of the few remaining Fuzzy Wuzzy Angels, Faole Bokoi. Faole is a lovely man and is more than willing to share a few yarns about his experiences of the war.
Be greeted by local villagers and welcomed by the Siosi family, the owners of the cooperative guesthouse you’ll stay in. Efogi II is the largest of the Koiari villages along the trail with an estimated population of 400-500 people.