You can experience our daily life firsthand, by accompanying local villagers in their daily tasks.
You can go fishing with us: netting or angling with a locally made fishing rod, lazing off in the lagoon, or for the more adventurous, try spear fishing or diving…

A dozen inquisitive children on a stump over the bach

… or, accompany our villagers in to the forest, to gather food. We gather wild plants, mushrooms, bees honey and also hunt for smaller animals such as Cus-Cus & Birds. Pigs are reserved for our feasts.

A day in the home gardens with a family, planting, harvesting or doing the chores depending on the season is a great way to explore the simple lifestyle of a village on a tiny pacific island.
The young boys and girls and the kids are your best guides around the island.

Two children on the beach waving at you
Truck laden with villagers, mode of transport around the Island
Young man welcoming at Meto Bay
A dozen children floating on a log in the bay

If you are around, during one of our numerous village festivals, you will experience dancers in traditional costumes.

Dancers imitating the large Casuari birds
Cave exploring

Or… Male visitors can sit with our village men in the “Haus Tembaran” or “Haus Boi” in the evening, drinking tea over a discussion of days happenings. Every village in PNG has a Haus Tembaran, where entry is restricted to men only; or boys who are initiated. It is the central meeting point for men, often one of the most ornate buildings in a village.