Papua New Guinea

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    Tourism is a growing industry in Papua New Guinea, contributing significantly to the country's economy. In 2019, the industry generated 4.2% of the country's GDP, providing employment opportunities for over 40,000 people. The country's diverse cultures, natural beauty, and adventure tourism opportunities are major draws for international visitors.


  1. Kokoda Track - a historic hiking trail that runs 96 km through rugged mountainous terrain
  2. Port Moresby - the capital city of Papua New Guinea, featuring cultural landmarks and museums
  3. Rabaul - a town on the island of New Britain, known for its volcanic landscapes and World War II history
  4. Madang - a coastal town featuring beaches, diving opportunities, and traditional markets
  5. Mount Wilhelm - the highest peak in Papua New Guinea, offering hiking and stunning views of the surrounding landscape
  6. Sepik River - a major waterway in Papua New Guinea, famous for its traditional villages and cultural artifacts
  7. Tufi - a village on the northeast coast of Papua New Guinea, offering diving and snorkeling opportunities in coral reefs
  8. Goroka - a town in the Eastern Highlands known for its annual cultural festival, featuring traditional dances and costumes
  9. Kavieng - a town on the island of New Ireland, known for its diving spots and traditional culture
  10. Wewak - a town in the East Sepik Province, featuring World War II history and cultural sites.