• Highland Region

    To the north lies the Highlands Region, an east-west zone of mountains with elevations in excess of 13,000 feet (4,000 metres). This region has five provinces – Southern Highlands, Enga Province, Western Highlands, Simbu and Eastern Highlands.
    With its fertile valleys and rugged mountains, the Highlands Region is Papua New Guinea’s most densely populated region. The Mt Wilhelm region is a popular Papua New Guinea trekking area endorsed by the PNG Tourism Promotion Authority. It is known for its coffee plantations, cultural diversity and beautiful orchids, as well as being home to many rare animals, insects and birds, including the birds of paradise. 
    Early visitors to the Southern Highlands, the last of the Papua New Guinea regions to be explored, described this region as the Papuan Wonderland. More than 700 Papua New Guinea cultures have been identified in this region, each with their own unique traditions.


  • Island Region

    Located in the north east, the Islands Region comprises Bismarck Archipelago and North Solomon Islands and is the least densely inhabited region with a population of 750,000 (14% of PNG). It is distinct through its history portrayed by its Austronesian languages and archaeological findings of Lapita pottery culture. Administratively, the region is divided into five provinces – East New Britain, Manus, New Ireland, Bougainville and West New Britain. This region offers a raft of sea and land experiences – snorkelling, swimming, kayaking, walking, climbing, fishing, shopping, arts and crafts. For a unique experience in Papua New Guinea, travel to this fascinating region. A selection of hotel accommodation is offered. With white sandy beaches this untouched land of beautiful tropical islands and rich culture offers an amazing experience.

  • Momase Region

    Made up of four provinces – East Sepik, Madang, Morobe and West Sepik, this region takes in the second largest city of the nation, Lae, which is the capital of Morobe Province. Lae is situated at the beginning of the Highlands Highway, the main transport corridor to the coast. On the outskirts of Lae are wonderful rainforests, and in the city itself, a raft of shops, restaurants, cultural galleries, and Papua New Guinea tour agencies as well as hotel accommodation options. 
    The East Sepik province produces cocoa, coffee, copra and sugar, while Madang is the country’s second largest producer of cattle. With its tropical humid climate, normally between 24 and 32 degrees Celsius, it is envied by many around the country.


  • Papua Region

    Human habitation is estimated to have begun around 45,000 years ago in this region. Today this region has a population of 3 million comprising Papuans, Melanesians and Austronesians with the official language being English. 
    This region is made up of Central Province, Gulf Province, Milne Bay Province, National Capital District, Northern Province and Western Province. A hot humid climate exists for most of the year, except in the mountains, and with some variation in the northeast monsoon season. 
    In the National Capital District, Port Moresby is Papua New Guinea’s capital and the main entry point for international travel visitors. 
    Offering a vast range of Papua New Guinea tours and adventures, there are botainical gardens, museums, art galleries, markets and government buildings to explore. Papua New Guinea culture and history tours offer a rich and enchanting experience of this fascinating land. 



Village Huts News & Updates

Updated on 1st Feb 2012

Village Huts Accommodation Listing Release

Published on 1st Feb 2012

Papua New Guinea is full of interesting attractions, magnificent natural scenery, and diverse cultural heritage. Spend your Papua New Guinea holiday trekking remote jungle tracks, cruising the mighty Sepik river, surfing the waves of New Ireland, fishing around the fiords of Tufi or diving amongst the coral reef coastline.

Village Huts is currently working with all our Papua New Guinea Operators to deliver you the most exciting accommodation product range.

We are pleased to announce the following new accommodation listings;

A B Lodge,Goroka,Eastern Highlands
Ambunti Hide Inn,Wewak,East Sepik Province
Auong Bay Leisure Lodge,Wewak,East Sepik Province
Avi Guest House,Banz,Western Highlands Province
Beto Guest House,Alotau,Milne Bay Province
Bettys Lodge,Mount Wilhelm ,Simbu Province
Bibilang Guesthouse,Tembin Village,New Ireland
Bol Guesthouse,Bol Village,New Ireland
Dalom Village Guesthouse,Dalom Village,New Ireland
Dazib Guest House,Madang,Madang
Fabies Seafront Guesthouse,Madang,Madang
Foi Guest House,Tufi,Oro
Gazelle Peninsula Lodge,Kokopo,East New Britain
Gelesiha Guest House,Alotau,Milne Bay Province
Gharafafo Guest House,Tufi,Oro
Gonjuans Guest House,Wewak,East Sepik Province
Gurupoka Muriku Cultural Guest Haus,Goroka,Eastern Highlands
Hill Top Guest House,Alotau,Milne Bay Province
Hiwe Hiwe Lodge,Alotau,Milne Bay Province
JVT Guest House,Banz Town,Western Highlands Province
Kalam Guest House,Middle Ramu,Madang
Kavieng Niu Lodge,Kavieng,New Ireland
Kimil Travellers Inn,Banz,Western Highlands Province
Kokopo Lodge & Tours,Ngatur Village,East New Britain
Kongai Guest House,Ambuti,East Sepik Province
Kumurang Guest House,Minj,Western Highland Province
Kwafurina Guest House,Tufi,Oro
Lauan Village Guesthouse ,Lauan,New Ireland
Laxasilang Guesthouse ,Malom Village,New Ireland 
Maira Home Stay,"Mioko, Duke of York Islands ",East New Britain
Makara Bird View Lodge,Tari,Hela Province
Mangrove Village Stay and Accommodation,Alotau,Milne Bay Province
Molka Lodge,Minj Town,Western Highlands Province
Musulbay Guest House,Wewak,East Sepik
Napatana Lodge,Alotau,Milne Bay Province
Patu Transit Village Guesthouse,Panapai Village,New Ireland
Paula Haus Win,Mount Hagen,Western Highlands Province
Puroro Guesthouse,Limbin Village,New Ireland
Rainu Beach Lodge,Wewak,East Sepik Province
Sangra Guest House,Wewak,East Sepik Province
Seaview Beach Resort,Kokopo,East New Britain
Sibonai Guest House (Normandy Island),Normandy Island,Milne Bay Province
Suma Guest House,Madang,Madang
Treehouse Village Resort,Putput Village,New Ireland
Tufi Tuawara Guest House,Tufi,Oro
Wara Pis Guesthouse,Duke of York Islands,East New Britain

Papua New Guinea Tourism Promotion Authority Launches Village Huts

Published on 4th Jan 2012


Village Huts has been working very closely with Papua New Guinea Tourism Promotion Authority (TPA). The TPA will be organising an offical launch in Port Moresby on March 22nd and Sydney on March 29th. Stay tuned for more details.

Village Huts will be at ITB Berlin in 2012

Published on 2nd Jan 2012

go to ITB Berlin...
The World’s Leading Travel Trade Show

With more than 170,000 visitors, among these 108,000 trade visitors, and over 10,000 exhibitors from 180 countries ITB Berlin is the leading B2B-Platform of all tourism industry offers. In addition, the world’s largest tourism convention Market Trends & Innovations provides unique opportunities to benefit from the leading think tank of the global tourism industry. All levels of the value added chain are present: Tour operators, booking engines, destinations, airlines, and hotels right through to car rental companies. Despite its size, ITB Berlin is clearly structured. ITB Berlin enjoys worldwide media recognition and offers comprehensive support for all marketing questions exhibitors might have. Finally, ITB Berlin is organized by an experienced exhibition management company, that successfully faces new aims and objectives again and again – namely the Messe Berlin.

As a driving force in the travel industry, ITB Berlin gives important impulses to a continuously growing market. Exhibitor sales of about 6 billion Euro and an exhibitor satisfaction rate of 92 percent are evidence enough that supply and demand meet at the right place.

The perfect holiday starts here ITB Berlin is THE B2B-Platform for trade visitors – an excellent opportunity to meet business partners and to do business. For all other visitors ITB Berlin is a wonderful possibility to discover the whole world within a few hours.

Village Huts will be at ITB 2012, so come and see us.