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- 23/04/2013 at 2:10 pm #107912FluppyMember
Just a random thought…how come we don't go along the route to see these when we trek? Are they hidden by nature now? Have they been removed? Is the land they're on/were on owned privately now and they don't want trekkers tramping through their property? No idea why this springs to mind right now or why it has suddenly popped into my mind…
At Kokoda Trekking, we've escorted thousands of trekkers through one of the most beautiful and difficult landscapes in the world. We are an Australian owned and operated family business with decades of history in Papua New Guinea. We enjoy long-standing relationships with local and indigenous PNG people who appreciate the respect and empathy we bring to our trekking adventures through their land