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Papua New Guinea Independence Day 2017

This is a public holiday and commemorates when the country gained independence in 1975 from Australia. Papua New Guinea is located in Oceania. Throughout the country’s history, it has been under the rule of three countries including Germany first, then the United Kingdom, and finally Australia. History of Independence Day In 1884, the Colony or ... read more

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No Limit Adventures – Surf Adventures In PNG

Papua New Guinea is one of the ultimate surfing holiday destinations if you want warm tropical waters, no crowds, and consistent waves. The surf season here runs from October through to April with waves ranging from one to 10 feet. No Limit Adventures, in association with the countrywide sustainable surfing program in PNG, offers surf trips that make ... read more

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Tourism To Bring More Revenue For PNG

Tourism is now on the radar to bring in more revenue for the country. Tourism Promotion Authority chief executive officer Jerry Agus said during the farewell of outgoing Minister Tobias Kulang and welcome of new Minister Emil Tammur that tourism was never taken as a key economic sector until recently. Mr Agus said this was ... read more

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Papua New Guinea Agencies To Undergo Review

All agencies operating under the Ministry of Tourism Arts and Culture will undergo review. This is according to the new Minister for Tourism Arts and Culture Emil Tammur during his handover takeover on Wednesday. Mr Tammur said he had already begun discussions with each of the agency’s heads including Tourism Promotion Authority (TPA), National Cultural ... read more

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