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PNG’s untamed rain forests—home

Time forgot much of Papua New Guinea, or PNG, an isolated and incredibly rugged Garden

of Eden. Located in the South Pacific north of Australia, PNG includes the eastern half of the world’s second biggest island, New Guinea, and about 600 small islands. For indigenous cultures in secluded villages, life pretty much goes on as it has for centuries. Recent homegrown tourism initiatives, such as the villagehuts.com lodging and travel website, are making it a bit easier for adventurers to visit PNG’s untamed rain forests—home to threatened tree kangaroos and Queen Alexandra’s birdwing, the largest butterfly in the world—volcanic fjords, and vibrant coral reefs. Read more: https://www.nationalgeographic.com/travel/features/best-trips-2017/#papua-new-guinea
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