National Museum and Art Gallery

This institution not only showcases local flora and fauna but also offers insights into the rich cultural heritage of Papua New Guinea. Visitors can explore a wide range of exhibits, including traditional artifacts, contemporary art, and historical photographs.

Varirata National Park

As a haven for nature lovers, Varirata National Park provides a unique opportunity to immerse oneself in the diverse ecosystem of Papua New Guinea. Guided tours by knowledgeable local experts enhance the experience, especially for birdwatchers seeking to spot rare and endemic species.

The Rainforest Habitat

With its focus on preserving the natural beauty and biodiversity of Papua New Guinea, The Rainforest Habitat offers a glimpse into the unique avian life of the region. Visitors can witness stunning bird species like the King of Saxony and blue Bird of Paradise in their natural habitat.


Parliament Haus

A symbol of cultural fusion and architectural diversity, Parliament Haus stands as a testament to Papua New Guinea’s rich heritage. The building’s design incorporates elements from various local building styles, reflecting the country’s multicultural identity.

Tari Basin

Renowned for its bird sanctuary, Tari Basin provides a sanctuary for rare avian species, making it a must-visit destination for bird enthusiasts. The best time to visit is between July and September when visitors have the opportunity to witness the spectacular displays of birds like the King of Saxony and blue Bird of Paradise.


JK McCarthy Museum

Named after an influential figure in Papua New Guinea’s history, the JK McCarthy Museum offers a comprehensive collection of tribal artifacts, pottery, jewelry, and historical photographs dating back to 1933. It serves as a valuable resource for those interested in delving deeper into the cultural heritage of the region.