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Ambua Lodge is an inspired mixture of local architecture, spectacular views and modest luxury off the beaten track. Located at 7000 feet (2100 meters) in the PNG Southern Highlands, homeland of the Huli clan with their human hair wigs adorned with colourful flowers. Ambua Lodge has been sighted as a "superb example of culturally sensitive and ecological responsible tourism". Ambua Lodge has thirteen species of birds of paradise close by and an amazing array of orchids.
Located on the Bensbach River, the last river westwards in Southern Papua New Guinea. The Bensbach region is amongst the Tonda Wildlife Management Area - an extremely important region for migratory birds. The Lodge has eight twin rooms with comfortable accommodation for 16 guests.Comprehensive lists of bird life of the Bensbach area are available.
Located on a ridge overlooking the Karawari River, in the Sepik region, is a time-warped mixture of pre-technology and technology architecture.  It is the perfect base for some old-fashioned jungle, river and village exploration. You are in the middle of Arambak country-- locals pole dug-out canoes, the drums throb, the wild birds call, and, traditional village lifestyles continue largely unchanged."Something like a National Geographic expedition". No roads. Thick jungle. Locals poling dugouts. Crocodiles.
Malolo Plantation Lodge boasts a picturesque seaside setting which looks out over the Bismark Sea with the active volcano of KarKar on the horizon.  Dive or snorkel in some of the most pristine waters of the world, or visit a traditional village. Just under one hour's drive north of Madang, this redeveloped former coconut plantation boasts a relaxed South Pacific style with its extensive lawns and gardens reaching down to the waterfront.
The MV Sepik Spirit is our luxurious "floating Lodge" commissioned in 1989 to facilitate exploration into some of the remotest reaches of the Sepik Region, too far to travel from Karawari Lodge in smaller boats and inaccessible to aircraft and larger vessels. She is a shallow draft vessel purpose-built for navigating shallow inland waterways. The entire vessel is air-conditioned and up to 18 guests are accommodated in 9 spacious berths, each with en-suite bathroom, large windows and river views. Onboard facilities include a comfortable lounge, well stocked bar, dining area & covered, insect-proofed observatory deck.
Found at 7100ft on Kum Mountain this location promises the visitor eternal spring weather and magnificent views of the Hagen Range, Mount Giluwe, the Sepik Divide, the Baiyer Gap and the Wahgi Valley. Guests are accommodated in 12 units, each unit featuring 180 degree views, modern bathroom, electric blankets and continental quilts for the cool highland evenings. The Lodge features a main building housing the lounge, bar, dining room, conference center and a cozy fireplace.