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Papua New Guinea

Find your tribe this year at some of the most exciting cultural events taking place this side of the South Pacific in the land of a million different journeys – Papua New Guinea!

We invite you to join us for a ‘Singsing’ in Papua New Guinea, where you can immerse yourself in our traditional Melanesian revelry. Paint your face, wear one of our incredible plumed headdresses, put on our fragrant oils, link arms with your tribe and dance like no one is watching!

Experience some of our renown annual cultural festivals, like the Goroka Show, Hagen Show, National Mask & Warwagira Festival, and the Kutubu Kundu & Digaso Festival. Your tribe awaits you in Papua New Guinea!

Cultural Events
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Bundi Burning Head Dancers of Bundi
Bundi Komba Festival
Michael Somare 1970s
Remembrance Day of the Late First Prime Minister, Grand Chief Hon. Sir Michael Somare
2016 Morobe Show
Morobe Show
Kokoda Fuzzy Wuzzy Angels Day
Papua Niugini Milne Bay Wagawaga War Canoes 2018 Amanda Cotton
National Kenu and Kundu Festival
Divine Word Students Faculty Members 2023 World Tourism Day
World Tourism Day
Mona Festival Bougainville 2018 David Kirkland 5
Mona Festival
East New Britain Shell Money Festival
Simbai Cultural Performers
Kalam Festival
50 Reasons To Travel In Papua New Guinea Banner
Independence Day Anniversary
2023 Goroka Show Tourist Cultural Performers Papua New Guinea
Goroka Show
Rabaul Frangipani Festival Motorcade
Rabaul Frangipani Festival
2018 Hagen Show Papua New Guinea Robert Weber
Hagen Show
Mt Wilhelm Cultural Show PNG Trekking Adventures
Mount Wilhelm Cultural Show
2022 Enga Cultural Show Ed
Enga Cultural Show
Sepk Plain Saksak Festival 2023 1
Sepik Plain Saksak Festival
Tama Festival
Sepik River Crocodile & Arts Festival
Moresby Arts Theatre Craft Market 8
Craft Market - Moresby Arts Theatre
Lagaip Sangai Festival
Vision City Markets Pom City Markets 2023 4
Vision City SME Fair
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Vision City Markets Pom City Markets 2023 4
Event Date: 27 Jul 2024 Region: Papua Region location: National Capital District
27th July 2024  The Vision City SME Fair returns to Port Moresby! Come along and support Papua New Guinean SME’s selling and promoting a wonderful range of arts, crafts, products and services. Located on the grounds of the city’s popular mega mall – Vision City, the Fair provides an interesting interval for shoppers with easy...
Event Date: 26 Jul 2024 - 27 Jul 2024 Region: Highlands Region location: Enga Province
26th to 27th July, 2024  The Lagaip Sangai Festival returns in 2024 to Enga Province! Particular to this part of Enga is the Sangai – a traditional initiation ritual for young Engan men involving sacred acts, songs and dances.   Young male Engan adolescents retreat into the jungle for  a week to undergo special initiation ceremonies...
Moresby Arts Theatre Craft Market 8
Event Date: 03 Aug 2024 Region: Papua Region location: National Capital District
3rd August 2024  Explore the Most Unique Craft Market in Port Moresby! Step into history at the Moresby Arts Theatre’s Craft Market – the most budget-friendly choice for Papua New Guinean artisans. Uncover treasures and unique finds, all made possible through Moresby Arts Theatre’s commitment to supporting local talent.  Musical & Cultural Performances: A Symphony...
Event Date: 05 Aug 2024 - 07 Aug 2024 Region: Momase Region location: East Sepik Province
5th to 7th August 2024 The Sepik River Crocodile Festival is a three-day cultural celebration staged annually in Ambunti, East Sepik Province of Papua New Guinea. The festival is usually held every first weekend of August, this 2024 ‘save the date’ for August 5th – 7th to experience one of East Sepik’s popular and most...
Event Date: 07 Aug 2024 - 08 Aug 2024 Region: Islands Region location: Autonomous Region of Bougainville
7th to 8th AUGUST, 2024   The Tama’ah Festival celebrates a beloved local cuisine of the Autonomous Region of Bougainville called Tamatama. Tamatama is either made up of banana, taro, casava or sago – wrapped in fresh banana leaves and cooked in coconut milk over an open fire. Festival visitors will be given a rare opportunity...
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