Papua-New Guinea-a gift for lovers of exotic

Papua New Guinea consists of 600 islands located in the very center of the island chain, which stretches from the Southeast Asia. The land, known to Europeans from the 16th century, the country of Papua-New Guinea cannot boast of rapid modern development and developed relations with the outside world, the connection with which, in some places is minimal. Many interior areas can only be reached by air or on foot. This may be inconvenient, but this phenomenon of isolation helped the local population preserve its traditions and its way of life. That is why, lovers of exotic, the country of Papua-New Guinea will be incredibly interesting.

The attractions of Papua-New Guinea

Having visited the capital of Port Morsby, tourists will get acquainted with such attractions as: the National Museum, the Catholic Council and the Botanical Garden, and the Vairiata National Park, Crocodile Farm Moitaka (Moitaka), Oceanium Park are located next to the city. Acute lovers have a chance to go along the tracks of cocodia trail (Kokoda Trail) and Sogeri, who originate in the capital. Exotica dominates in the Botanical Garden of Lae (Lae), the capital of Morobe Province (Morobe).

The main attraction of this province is Mount Lunaman (lunaman), rising to which, you can see a huge section of the ocean and nearby islands. Possesses the country of Papua-New Guinea and its exotic symbol. This is a paradise bird that can be seen in the reservation, Bayer, which is located 55 kilometers from Mount Hagen (Hagen), the highest place of the country.

National cuisine Papua-New Guinea

The country of Papua-New Guinea is exotic and in cooking. Her national cuisine is based on local cultures such as Tarot, Yams, Sago and Pork. From the saga, locals make starch, which is used for pancakes, cabbage rolls and dumplings. The most common dish is Mumu, which is prepared from pork, potatoes, rice and greens. In cities you can find restaurants from European, Chinese, Indonesian and Japanese cuisine.

Weather in Papua-New Guinea

The climatic conditions of the North and South Papua-New Guinea are not so much by temperature indicators as the severity of the seasons. In the north, the thermometer reads between 22 and 35 degrees throughout the year, and in the south, in the summer (October-April), the temperature reaches 33 degrees, and in winter it may drop to 15 degrees. In mountainous areas of degrees 7 below.