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Beyond the ordinary is what we aspire to be. No two people are the same, each is unique. So we understand that no two holidays should be alike either. We listen to what you want and create a personalised itinerary tailored around you, finessing every detail before, during and after your holiday.

While we do sell luxury villas, beach holidays and family holidays, our forte remains the creation of tailor-made cultural and adventure journeys to the more exotic regions of the world. Our objective will always be to show you the highlights of a country, but we also like to take you off the beaten track to see the lesser known, but equally interesting places, not frequented by large numbers of tourists.

Our specialists have a wealth of travel experience under their belts and revisit their own areas of expertise each year to refresh their minds and discover new opportunities. Many have been with us for more than 14 years and have developed a following of clients who trust their judgement and will travel with no one else. We hope you will join those ranks.

Papua New Guinea (PNG) is a wild, raw, captivating frontier of a country – more like Africa than any of its close neighbours. The people of PNG are proud and welcoming and their traditions and sometimes bizarre customs will enthral. From the still prevalent Highland culture of ‘an eye for an eye’ to the fact that pigs remain the ‘glue’ which binds PNG society, with a man’s material wealth and standing being reflected in the number of pigs he owns.

A tropical land of extraordinary topographical variety, encompassing the Highlands with peaks over 14,000 feet, the lowlands of the Sepik River and an extensive coastline dotted with stunning outlying islands. The most linguistically diverse country on earth with 850 languages and a wonderfully rich flora and fauna.

Discover Papua New Guinea with Steppes Travel.

For further information and bookings, email: enquiry@steppestravel.co.uk

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Contact Details:
Address:
51 Castle St, Cirencester GL7 1QD, United Kingdom
Phone:
01285 787508
Fax: Website: www.steppestravel.co.uk
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