PNG People and Culture along the Kokoda Track

Trekkers are very well liked along the Track because we have always shown the local people respect and courtesy. Remember that we are their guests and we are walking on land that is privately owned.  Respect their homes and land as much as you would respect your own. Most of […]

Kokoda Track Climate

The climate of PNG is typically monsoonal so it is hot, humid and wet all year-round. However, there are defined wet (December to March) and dry (May to October) seasons. The period in which we have chosen to trek is historically the driest and coolest period of the year. This […]

Kokoda Track Geography

The Kokoda Track crosses the Owen Stanley Ranges between Kokoda, a large government station west of Popendetta in Oro Province and Ower’s Corner, 50km east of Port Moresby. The Track passes through 9 villages and crosses numerous creeks and rivers. The Track not only offers the locals a means to travel from one village to another, but allows trekkers […]

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