|Ambua Lodge is situated at 7000 feet (2100 metres) up in the Hela Province of Papua New Guinea
It is home to the famous Huli wigmen with their human hair wigs adorned with colorful bird of paradise feathers.
Recipient of the 1991 Pacific Asia Travel Association's Pacific Heritage Award, which sighted Ambua Lodge as a superb example of culturally sensitive and ecologically responsible tourism.
The lodge arranges culturally based excursions to nearby Huli villages where one can learn about and observe the everyday life of the Huli's, as well as the peculiarities of their traditions and beliefs.
Guests tour in comfortable Toyota Hiace and Coaster buses and are accompanied at all times by experienced and knowledgeable Huli guides from the local area, so as to make the experience all the more educational and rewarding.
Ambua has 24 hour, eco-friendly electricity, provided by its own hydroelectric power plant that generates clean, natural energy from a nearby mountain stream. The main lodge building houses the bar, dining and lounge areas and a cozy central fireplace.
Other activities at Ambua Lodge include: Birdwatching and Hiking
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