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  • Enga Show
    The people of Enga will be celebrating their 2017 cultural show August 11th-13th in Wabag Town. Come along for a thrilling event showcasing the best of Enga and Highlands culture.
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  • Bilum Festival
    Karkar Island Bilum Festival: See bilum-weaving displays, arts, crafts and colorful singsings - experience Karkar Island at this unique festival in Madang Province.
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  • Game Fishing Titles
    The 2017 Papua New Guinea National Game Fishing Titles will be in Madang Province, April 8th to 16th.
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  • Mask Festival
    A cultural extravaganza set in Kokopo, featuring iconic mask performances from East New Britain.
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  • Lukim PNG Nau Tourism Expo 2017
    PNG Tourism Industry Association presents Lukim PNG Nau 2017 - a tourism expo showcasing PNG culture, nature and adventure products, services and activities.
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  • PNG Flower Show
    The Papua New Guinea Flower Show is a fragrant and colorful event that takes place in Port Moresby every year. This year's PNG Flower Show will be May 8th to 12th.
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  • Paiya Mini Show
    The Paiya Mini Show is a cultural event staged annually in Paiya Village, Western Highlands Province. The specialty show is set for August 18th in 2017.
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  • Kumul PNG World Longboard Championships
    The inaugural Kumul PNG World Longboard Championships will be hosted in Madang Province at Tupira Ulingan Bay in Bogia, Madang Province.
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  • UNWTO Training
    11th UNWTO Asia-Pacific Training Program on Tourism Policy and Strategy, 20th-23rd March, 2017 in Port Moresby.
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  • Kenu & Kundu Festival
    Stunning traditional canoes and 'kundus' feature prominently in this exciting cultural festival held in Alotau, Milne Bay Province.
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  • Kutubu Festival
    The 2017 Kutubu Kundu and Digaso festival offers a rare treat of fascinating cultural performances from the Southern Highlands against the backdrop of the stunning Lake Kutubu.
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  • Morobe Show
    The Morobe show is an annual event hosted by the Morobe Provincial Agricultural Society, in Papua New Guinea’s second largest city.
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  • Hagen Show
    The 2017 Hagen Show is set for August 19th to 20th. Held in the Western Highlands township of Mt. Hagen, the cultural show is expected to be a rousing event.
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  • Kokoda 75th Anniversary
    This year marks the 75th Anniversary of the World War Two Kokoda Campaign. Join in the commemoration activities in Papua New Guinea celebrating one of the most iconic battles in the history of PNG and Australia.
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  • Frangipani Festival
    The residents of Rabaul invite you to their annual Frangipani Festival: September 15th to 17th. The festival celebrates the rebirth of Rabaul after the 1994 volcanic eruptions:
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Papua New Guinea is indeed the last frontier. The Highlands of New Guinea was only discovered in the 1930s. Many species of wild life exists with some new species discovered in the recent years. Culturally, Papua New Guinea would be the most diverse country in the world with more than 820 languages, representing twelve percent of the world’s population. Many of these people still practices their traditions and cultural which was passed on to them by their fathers. Papua New Guinea does not only offer sun and surf to those who wish to relax but also adventure for those who dare to discover this tropical paradise.

Papua New Guinea through the Papua New Guinea Tourism Promotion Authority is represented in Australia - Sydney, Europe – Frankfurt and London, Asia – Japan, and North America – Los Angeles. We work alongside travel agents and operators who package and sell Papua New Guinea. The packages that are offered include; Trekking, Diving, Cultural Experiences, Sightseeing, Fishing, and Bird watching while many other products are developing.

The Papua New Guinea Tourism Promotion Authority approaches operators and agents especially in our represented countries to specifically educate them about the products and services available throughout PNG and inform them about the new developments and products. Trade Familiarization trips are important as the trade personnel are invited by PNGTPA to travel to PNG and to all the different provinces to experience tourism products and attractions. 

 
 
 
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