Kokoda track

Walking the Kokoda Track involves 50 hours of hiking over 90km of sharp, timbered ridges, steep-sided valleys and fast flowing rivers. Vantage points along the Track reveal magnificent mountain landscapes, and a wide variety of flora and fauna is encountered. Trekkers pass through local villages where descendents of the wartime "fuzzy wuzzy angels" continue to live simple traditional lifestyles while providing a warm welcome to passing trekkers.

 
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Kokoda track highlights

  • Accurate and balanced history delivered by your Australian Guide
  • Understand what Australian and Japanese soldiers endured during WWII
  • Amazing terrain and river crossings (great swimming) 
  • Walk through the most pristine rain forests in the world 
  • Wonderful people with beautiful singing voices 
  • Undertake something that will push your body and spirit to new levels

 

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Your trek inclusions

  • Hand selected and trained Australian and Local Guide for the entire expedition
  • Electrolyte supplement such as Hydralyte, essential for such a trip
  • All domestic schedule flights
  • Satellite phone for emergency purposes
  • AED Defibrillator on all Australian Led trip
  • River rescue team and procedures, essential for large rivers
  • Government Taxes (except visa charge and civil aviation terminal facilities charge) 
  • Shower tent to wash with soap and protect the environment. Hot showers are available.
  • 10 delicious breakfasts, 9 nutritious lunches, 9 fresh dinners. Meals on expedition include Curries and Pasta. All prepared by a trained Master
  • Chef. (Dietary requirements can be incorporated)
  • All transfers including those from the airport and from Owers Corner
  • Visit Bomana War Cemetery
  • Nutritious and delicious food for Porter team who deserve the best.
  • All accommodation outside of Port Moresby in either insect proof tents or guest houses
  • Kokoda Track Permit
  • Hand selected Guide and porter team (who carry all group equipment, food, set up tents etc)
  • 1 to 1 Porter-Client ratio
  • A rubbish Porter that takes all our rubbish and other operators rubbish from the Track
  • Tent hire and floor mats.
  • 2 nights accommodation in Port Moresby twin share (4 star Holiday Inn : the best in Port Moresby)
  • Dinner on the last night at hotel
  • Snack Pack for each expedition day to get you between meals
  • VHF Radio contact with Port Moresby, Kokoda and 10 other Track villages for emergency purposes. 
  • No Roads Expedition T-shirt
  • Urine and health chart
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Your Kokoda track itinerary

Day 1: Arrive Port Moresby.
Day 2: Fly to Popondetta and drive to Kokoda for start of trek. Trek to Deniki
Day 3: Deniki to Alola via Isurava Battlefield. Visit Con's Rock along the way
Day 4: Alola to Templeton's Crossing One (Dump 1). Visit Japanese artillery placement and many foxholes
Day 5: Templeton's Crossing One to Kagi via Kagi Gap or Myola. Kagi was home to the last Fuzzy Wuzzy Angel on the Track who sadly passed away in December 2017
Day 6: Rest in the village on the Sabbath.
Day 7: Kagi to Menari via Brigade Hill
Day 8: Menari to Nauro
Day 9: Nauro to Vuale Creek. Today we will pass through Iorabawa and Ofi Creek.
Day 10: Vuale Creek to Owers Corner. Then on to Port Moresby. Visit