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The ultimate, most comprehensive guide to travelling in Papua New Guinea & Solomon Islands includes up-to-date reviews of the best places to stay, eat, sights, cultural information, maps, transport tips and a few best kept secrets – all the essentials to get to the heart of Papua New Guinea & Solomon Islands.
This guide is the result of indepth research by three dedicated authors and local experts who immersed themselves in Papua New Guinea & Solomon Islands, finding unique experiences, and sharing practical and honest advice, so you come away informed and amazed.
Regions covered: Port Moresby, Central Province, Kokoda Track, Oro Province, Milne Bay Province, Morobe Province, Madang Province, The Highlands, The Sepik, Island Provinces, Solomon Islands
Inside Lonely Planet Papua New Guinea & Solomon Islands:
• Full color styling and images
• Clear, easy-to-read color maps
• A brilliant new page layout for fast and hassle-free reading while on the go
• Itineraries organized by region or length of trip
• Up-to-date recommended points-of-interest – covering eating, sleeping, going out, shopping, activities and attractions
• In-depth features to uncover the world's iconic sights
• Hundreds of money saving tips
• Our latest trip planning tools to help you get around smoothly
• Additional sections including Top Experiences, Diving, Kokoda Track, History, Culture, Food, and an A-Z survival guide.
Special eBook enhancements
• Scalable maps – enabling you to zoom in for greater detail
• Comprehensive interlinking – enabling you to seamlessly flip between pages, jump between maps and reviews, or visit the websites of places we recommend
• Search – go straight to what you are looking for with the inbuilt search capability
• Add notes – touch a word to add notes and personalize your guidebook
• Bookmark – use bookmarks to quickly return to a page
• Dictionary – look up the meaning of any word
• Plus pinch and zoom images and scalable font size
Written and researched by Regis St Louis, Jean-Bernard Carillet, Dean Starnes