Pero Pero is 100% nationally owned and operated. PAPUA NEW GUINEA is so beautiful and diverse in culture that we want to showcase this part of the country. Karkar Island, Madang has its unique culture and we are proud to promote what we have to offer.

Tour around the island and visit villages, Hike to the rim of the volcano. Visit white sandy beaches for a refreshing swim and then rinse off in Rasi river. You can dive or snorkel along the reef or just float in the sea and let your mind drift. Rates are inclusive of accommodation, Breakfast & Dinner. This takes away the hassle of guests paying separately for meals. Lunch is paid for when you require it.


  • Hiking to the volcanoes
  • Hiking to Mt Kanagio
  • Visit local plantations
  • Beautiful Sunsets
  • Go canoeing on Sipram reef
  • Dolphin sights
  • Fire storytelling of how the island came about
  • Join in on your last night the moon dance to farewell you.
  • There are the famous Karkar bilums that can be purchased, string bilums and other arts
    and craft.

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Landtours Is an intimate and intriguing tour so you can see PNG culture and the people of Alotau.  You will visit two villages and one of the families makes things out of the bark of trees. They are also located in the area where the war started as you will see. We also go to the War Memorial and Markets and the lookout, so you can get whole picture of our town.   Some of our visitors request the hospital and we go there too. It is so different then the western world and very encouraging how the family is so involved in making their family member comfortable.

At the other village we discuss culture and traditions ie pigs, baggies, betel nut and show you how to make beautiful coconut cream.  Its like what you buy in a can, but when its fresh its so much better. They also provide us with a traditional snack. Yummy..

The tour would not be complete without a visit to the local bush school where the students dance and entertain you. And seeing the classroom with the teachers writing on a blackboard will take some of you back in time. The students are well behaved too which these very dedicated teachers appreciate. Lastly,we go to the most beautiful beach.

​Our tours are half and full day. We have a new Toyota 15 seater bus for your comfort with air condition.

This village owned lodge is designed in the local highlands architectural style and built largely from traditional materials. The central lodge overlooks the river and the accommodation facilities include 12 self contained units all with river views, television, telephone, refrigerator and tea/ coffee making facilities. Eight budget rooms with shared bathrooms facilities are also available.

At Kiburu, we have the philosophy that we need to nurture our environment and go to great lengths to ensure we have as minimal impact on our envrionment as possible. We collect water using the many rainwater tanks we have at the lodge and will soon be installing solar panels to further minimise our environmental impact.

Early risers will enjoy views of mountains surrounding mist covered valleys, and nature trails within the grounds contain unspoiled, scented flora and a variety of native birds and alpine orchids. Many activities and tours including trout fishing in the Mendi River, and bushwalking to traditional burial caves. White water rafting in the Mendi Valley and treks through the Southern Highlands can also be arranged. Kiburu Lodge’s experienced guides will share their extensive and insightful knowledge of these untouched areas.

In the evenings guests can relax in the restaurant, lounge, bar, full verandah or outdoor BBQ area, and be entertained by the Kiburu Village people’s dance performances.

The serenity of Kiburu Lodge captures you immediately. The surrounding forests harbour the stunning Bird Of Paradise, the national emblem of Papua New Guinea, who fly freely in and out of the trees. Kiburu Lodge is passionate and committed to the environment, and we are proud to be a part of the eco tourism industry. Our spectacular and pristine surrounds can be experienced by trekking through the array of marvelous intertwining tracks that traverse the hills and ranges of the Kiburu district.

The Hotel accommodation is surrounded by magnificent gardens, boasting it’s diverse species of flowers. Visitors enjoy the exotic natural beauty of the gardens all year round, when they stay at the Hotel.

Offering convenient facilities, such as Conference Rooms, Restaurant and Entertainment area, guests have everything at their fingertips.

Reasonable prices and quality service is our aim at all times.

With its friendly staff and management, every visitor is made welcome to ‘Hotel Poroman’

The Treehouse Village Resort is located on the beach, 15 minutes along the coastal highway from Kavieng Town.

Treehouse Village Resort is a traditional-styled resort with a friendly, laid-back atmosphere.

Stay either at the Treehouse’s main suite and loft or at the bungalows nestled among the trees on the beach – either way, you’re sure to get the best cool island breeze.

The resort’s beach bungalows and main suites come complete with a queen-size bed, single bed, fan, bathroom suite, hot water and a hand-basin.

Meals are tropical buffet style, served on the first floor restaurant of the Treehouse – which also serves as the bar.

Tours and activities are available, they include diving, snorkeling and rainforest walks.

For further information email: or see contact details below.

With its near decade of operation, Suki Eco-Lodge provides the best in freshwater game fishing for barramundi and Papuan black bass. The local people of Suki and the proprietor Mr Dawasi Tangora give an enthusiastic and hospitable welcome, as the area’s remoteness, which has preserved the fishing, also makes every visitor a treasured guest.

Located at Nakaku, Suki, the Lodge is minutes by banana boat from a huge network of waterholes which boast world-class habitat full of all the features that barra and black bass love. The Lodge employs highly knowledgeable local drivers and deckhands for the banana boats, which are available for daily hire. The Lodge is around forty scenic minutes by boat from the Suki airstrip. Flights connect with Port Moresby via Kiunga once a week.

The Kiriwina Lodge is located 15 minutes south of the airport, on the lagoon side of the island. It has clean and comfortable accommodation and excellent dinners of fresh local crayfish. The lodge offers 19 self contained rooms, five with air conditioning and others with an overhead fan. A bar and dining room is available for guests. The lodge organizes tours to villages, caves and beaches for diving, snorkeling and fishing. Courtesy airport transfers are also catered for.

Butia Lodge at Kiriwina Island is a quiet, pleasant place to stay while visiting the Trobriand Islands. Located 5 minutes from the airstrip in Lousia, the lodge consist of seven separate bungalows, each equipped with a private bathroom, hot water and a porch. The lodge staff are friendly and helpful and will organised your village tours and stays where you can meet interesting and friendly people of the Trobriand Island and gain an insight into the extraordinary and unique local cultures and traditions.The stay includes breakfast and exceptional dinners, cooked especially for you and lunch may be served upon request.

The Haven Resort Restaurant in Goroka is a dining spot often visited by the locals.

Try the mouth-watering chef daily specials.  The hot dishes and salads are prepared from local fresh vegetables and fruits.

Fans recommend having dinner at the Haven Resort Restaurant while watching the sunset over the Ungai Range and the Goroka valley below.

Tufi Dive Resort in the beautiful Northern (Oro) Province, has been operating day scuba dive trips to the outer reefs for almost 20-years.

Experienced dive crews with quality gear, dive boats and local knowledge of the Tufi reef systems make diving at Tufi an unforgettable experience.

For your next dive trip in Papua New Guinea, think about the best diving location in Papua New Guinea, Tufi Resort, PNG Diving at it very best!

Village and cultural tours are also available.

For bookings and further information, call: +675 323-3462 or email:

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