Travel into the Papua New Guinean highlands to experience the Baining fire dance at a local village. Watch the incredible performances and immerse yourself in local life before exploring the Duke of York Islands and East New Britain to discover unrelenting natural beauty and a fascinating military history. With homestays, hotels and an encounter with the region’s resident dolphins, this limited edition trip has something for anyone who’s after a Pacific adventure with a difference.You will experience a more intimate festival and get an insight into the culture of the Firedance.
- Watch a variety of incredible performances as traditional Baining dancers attempt to put out a fire using their feet
- Spend time in local villages, sharing meals, stories and laughs with the villagers and learning about their lives
- Marvel at an active volcano, tuck into a shoreline barbecue and experience a traditional sing-sing in the Duke of York Islands
- Discover how the World Wars played out in the Pacific. Visit the War Museum in Rabaul and head underground for a tour of the Japanese tunnels in Kokopo