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Trekking in Papua New Guinea

Papua New Guinea has long been a popular destination for trekking, mountain climbing and bushwalking, and is home to the world-famous Kokoda Track. With largely unspoilt mountains, rivers and forest, as well as many significant war relic sites (as PNG was the focus of much attention in World War II), Papua New Guinea is an ideal place for both the fit trekking enthusiast or the weekend bushwalker. With professional Papua New Guinea tour operators and overnight treks, through to scenic bush walks that take just a few hours, PNG has something for every level of fitness.

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Hiking And Birdwatching in Palau

For vigorous-activity enthusiasts, a must is hiking in Babeldaob, Palau’s biggest island and the second-largest landmass in Micronesia. Measuring 27 miles/43 kilometers in length and 15 miles/24 kilometers across at its widest point, Babeldaob’s terrain transforms gracefully from steep mountains and forested hills or savannahs, to freshwater lakes to a paradise of sand along the longest natural beach in Palau. Blessed with these natural as well as historic wonders, ancient stone paths built in the jungle centuries ago lead to fascinating remnants of old villages and ancient hillside terraces.

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Mountain Biking in Niue

Are you a cycling enthusiast? Even if you are just keen for a leisurely bike around, Niue has a load of options for you. With numerous mountain bike tracks to explore riddled around the island, you will be sure to have a great time. There are good quality mountain bikes available for hire on the island or you can bring your own.

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Walking in Niue

Dotted around the entire island of Niue are well signposted, well maintained tracks with a range of scenic walks. All tracks hold a very special surprise at the end – whether it be rain forest, jagged coral pinnacles, steep descents, spectacular caves or popular snorkelling spots, you will come across scenes that could feature in a movie set. Niue’s coastline is adorned with unique geological landmarks, spectacular limestone formations and extensive cave systems. Many of Niue’s historical land marks and sites are clearly signposted and make for a great trip of self discovery on your visit to Niue.

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Whales in Niue

Niue is one of the only places in the world where you can view whales just metres from the shore. Migrating humpback whales come to Niue to calve generally between June and October each year. Niue is also one of the few countries where you can swim within 200 metres of these unmissable giants of the deep, with licensed operators offering whale watching and in-water interactions.

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