Like no other place in the world, Papua New Guinea is definitely a land of exploration where you can enjoy wonderful sceneries and a unique culture. This country with a magnificently rich way of life is home to eight hundred fifty different tribes speaking over eight hundred varied languages. A better way to absorb yourself in their mishmash of cultures is this rather than by going on a Papua New Guinea expedition cruise.
The country’s mysterious rainforests, majestic reefs, spectacular volcanic islands, and untouched cultures are what you will be seeing upon being a part of the Papua New Guinea Tours. Papua New Guinea expedition is definitely recommended for those who want a vacation filled with unmatched scenes and discoveries. It is truly an unforgettable experience that you’ll be glad to dared to go through.
On board luxury cruise ships specifically used for travel exploration and enjoyment are offered by many tour guides and travel specialists to a tour to Papua New Guinea. Usually lasting from 10 to 15 days, this Papua New Guinea expedition cruise is dependent on your itinerary, place of entry, and point of destination. In the eastern Papua New Guinea coastline is where the arranged cruises sail through stopping at several islands along their trip to and from Cairns and Rabaul.
Upon involving yourself on a tour to Papua New Guinea, you will experience lots of things and enjoy different adventures. There are different activities that you can do such as fish, dive, trek, surf bird watch and immerse in their culture. As you visit the country’s following destinations, you will definitely take part on all these activities but it still is dependent on the direction of your Papua New Guinea expedition.
So far, the best Papua New Guinea Exploration highlights are docking on Fergusson and Dobu Island for there are tribal canoes that will welcome you. You will definitely be admire how passionate these tribes are for the traditional dance performance that they are going to show you once you step foot on that island. Also, you will be taken to the Dei Dei mud springs and hot water where you will hear a lot of mythical stories and spiritual tales.
Surrounded by beautiful islands is the Madang diving site that lies on a peninsula which divers of Papua New Guinea Exploration will definitely enjoy. It definitely is an underwater paradise where millions of species dwell which used to be where the World War II shipwreck artifacts are located. You will absolutely have one heck of an experience if in diving in Papua New Guinea that is why bear in mind that whenever you visit Madang, you should go fishing, snorkeling, swimming, and of course diving.
Deemed to be one of the greatest river systems of the world, a Papua New Guinea Expedition is never complete without the cruise along the grand Sepik River. The tribes who live there do wood carving which is the tradition in that place. After harboring, you will enjoy the night upon seeing amazing sights and hearing sounds of flying foxes soaring above.
The Sepik River will be able to provide bird lovers with the chance to relish bird watching. Through the cruise down the Sepik River, birds such as Spotted Blu-eyed Cockatoos and the Blyths hornbills will be spotted. Definitely a memorable encounter, this happens one in a lifetime.
You definitely have to go to the Crown Island on the Papua New Guinea tour. In here, you will see unique turtles and mighty giant lizards. Trek through the unspoiled beaches of Crown Island and relax in its incomparable crystal waters.
Due to the beauty and marvels seen and experienced in a Papua New Guinea expedition, visitors will forever be amused. Its passengers are introduced to a unique and fascinating culture enriched by its warm and passionate people and made perfect by its pristine natural surroundings. A journey filled with discoveries and mysteries is this immaculate paradise called Papua New Guinea.
UB40 Legends Ali, Astro & Mickey – Matisyahu, Raging Fyah
UB40 icons Ali Campbell with Astro & Mickey Virtue, the founding members of the legendary reggae/pop ensemble that blazed a multicultural musical path with such global hits as “Red Red Wine” and “(I Can’t Help) Falling In Love With You, announces a U.S. Summer tour kicking off in San Rafael, CA on July 3rd and playing the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles on July 6th.
Released in late November on UMC ‘Unplugged + Greatest Hits’ is a 2CD package containing a brand new ‘Unplugged’ album plus UB40’s ‘Greatest Hits’ which already went Silver in the U.K. ‘Unplugged’ offers an inventive new spin on UB40’s early gems plus the huge hits with which they later wooed the world. Among the highlights on the album is a new version of ‘I Got You Babe’, featuring Ali’s 22-year-old daughter Kaya Campbell, who sings the lines originally performed by Chrissie Hynde when the track topped the UK charts in 1985.
That pop standard is one of four number one singles on ‘Unplugged’, which also contains new takes of ‘(I Can’t Help) Falling In Love With You’, ‘Red Red Wine’ – complete with a fresh Astro talk-over ‘in an acoustic stylee’ – and a new version of ‘Baby Come Back’ featuring Pato Banton, the Birmingham reggae star who took the song to the top of the charts with UB40 in 1994.
Since reuniting three years ago, lead vocalist Ali Campbell along with percussionist/trumpeter/vocalist Astro and Mickey Virtue on keyboards have developed into a formidable touring outfit with an 11-piece touring ensemble, complete with a three-piece horn section. Their world tours have included visits to North and South America, Nigeria, South Africa, Dubai and Papua New Guinea. 2016 has seen them return to the States, play Australia and visit the vineyards of New Zealand for a Red Red Winery tour. They are also made an emotional return to UK in April 2016, when they performed songs from the first two ‘Labour Of Love’ albums on an arena tour that included shows at London’s O2 Arena, the Brighton Centre and the Barclaycard Arena in their native Birmingham.