Kokoda Track

Many thanks for the way you handled the bookings for our Kokoda Track trip. It was a great trip with great company on the tour.

P.S. | Australia
 
 

Kokoda Track

For most, the Kokoda Track is a fitting reminder of the Australian Army's heroic battles in 1942 to defend Port Moresby, at extraordinary odds, from the advancing forces of the Japanese. These historic encounters on the Owen Stanley Ranges ensure that the Kokoda Track remains a classic journey. In the company of our historian guide we trek across the geographical heart of PNG following trails through tropical rainforests and varied mountain environments. At night we stay in secluded jungle camps and share experiences with the traditional villagers in some of the most remote regions of PNG. We take our time, allowing plenty of opportunity to embrace the history and local culture as well as meet the physical demands of this rugged track. While the trek concludes at Kokoda, our journey continues to the North Coast battlegrounds of Buna and Gona where the final stages of the campaign played out. The local villagers here also share some of their culture, an ideal finish to an incredible journey accross this extraordinary island.

Brief Itinerary

DAY 1 Join Port Moresby
DAY 2/10 Drive to trail head, commence trek
DAY 11 Complete trek, transfer to Popondetta
DAY 12 Drive to Buna
DAY 13 Drive to Popondetta, fly to Port Moresby
DAY 14 In Port Moresby, trip concludes

traveller reviews

A complete accurate history explanation of the purpose of the Kokoda Trail. All encompassing knowledge of the wartime era and clear, concise explanations.

A. Green Australia

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Trip Code: KOK
Trip Grading: Moderate to Challenging
Duration:  14 days
Activities:  Trekking
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Next Trip:  05 July 2015
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price: $4,790.00 AUD

Per Person

No local payments required
Options & Supplements*
Carrier / porter - payable in AUD cash only on arrival AU $ 850

*Prices listed are per person

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Fred Hollows Foundation
Porter Protect
Wilderness
The Himalayan Trust UK
ATAS