NO LIMIT ADVENTURES
If your dreams are big, and your thirst for adventure is bigger, then your holiday destinations will most likely be of epic proportions.
Whether your rush comes from snorkelling or scuba diving, mountain biking, surfing, running, climbing or kayaking, there are thousands of desirable destinations across the globe that might make it (one way or another) to your bucket list.
Some of the most remote places in the world host some of the greatest adventure destinations you can imagine, and the South Pacific Region is home to many.
High on the list of ultimate adventure destinations is Papua New Guinea, arguably one of the most unexplored countries in the world. PNG is abundant in activities for travellers seeking true off the beaten track experiences. The country is Australia’s closest neighbour, located only 160km to the north-east of Australia and lies just south of the equator.
A country diversified and picturesque, discovered in the early 1500’s by a passing Portuguese fleet, is made up of a wealth of dense tropical rainforest, highlands, long rivers, tropical islands and white sandy coastline. Papua New Guinea’s 21 provinces are home to around 6 million inhabitants, many local cultures and over 800 local languages!
Travellers to PNG can experience a wide scope of adventure and culture. Witness the local variations of costumes, rituals and dance at a number of Sing-sing shows - cultural and tribal festivals held around the country annually with the most famous being in Goroka and Mount Hagen. Trek the highest peak, a live volcano or from village to village through the jungle. Travel up the Sepik River, dive the pristine coral reefs, see the amazing marine life and WWII wrecks. And of course go surfing.
Imagine waking up in a private surf camp, just metres away from an amazing right-hander offering world-class waves. In the far northern beaches of Vanimo Village in Papua New Guinea, you and a few of your closest mates can have full reign over perfect consistent swell ranging from 2-10 ft. thanks to No Limit Adventures and their PNG surf tours. Vanimo Surf Lodge is one of the newly established PNG surf camps and has a number of left and right-handed breaks in close proximity.
The best thing about surfing in Papua New Guinea is you are guaranteed uncrowded waves due to the Surf Management Plan. The SMP was implemented by the PNG Surfing Association and limits the number of visiting surfers in each region to no more than 20. Also, by surfing in Papua New Guinea you are supporting the local surf communities as each surfer pays $12/ day, which in fact is an access fee to all the breaks. By surfing in PNG you make a difference.
No Limit Adventures run tours through Papua New Guinea, Australia and Indonesia, and include some of the best guided tours that money can buy. Their exclusive PNG Highlands and Islands adventure tour are the combination of an off-the-beaten track cultural experience and adventurous discovery. Discover the rugged PNG Highlands, trek through the local rainforest to the third highest peak of PNG – Mt. Hagen, which is also the second highest volcano (extinct) in the region.
Along the journey meet people from local villages and witness their traditional rituals, then travel to the coast and explore bays, the islands and the coastline. One of the highlights of your trip will be trekking up Mt. Tavurvur, a far from extinct volcano and all the new friends you will make along the journey.
It’s also no secret that Papua New Guinea has some of the best diving sites on the planet, and No Limit Adventures can completely customise a diving tour based on your experience as a diver, through pristine diving locations around New Ireland, West and East New Britain, the Madang area and Tufi.
They also run amazing tours within Australia, and their epic 2-week East Coast Tour runs all the way from Sydney; where you will travel through remote National Parks, quaint coastal towns, the iconic Byron Bay, Fraser Island and Noosa, beautiful Airlie Beach and finishing in Cairns, Far North Queensland, the gateway to the Great Barrier Reef.
Once in Cairns become take part in No Limit Adventures’ unique Marine Conservation program on the Great Barrier Reef. Become a Certified Diver and then as a marine conservation volunteer, complete a number of underwater Rapid Monitoring surveys with a dedicated Eco-guide, collecting valuable information on reef health, marine animals and incidents on the Great Barrier Reef.
Information you collect will help the Great Barrier Reef Marine Parks Authority (GBRMPA) build their knowledge of the health and resilience, and the risks to that resilience, on the Great Barrier Reef. The involvement of volunteers in the citizens’ science program and all collected data contributes to the reef’s long term protection. Get involved, make a difference and help save the reef for future generations. www.nolimitadventures.com.au
Whether your dreams are to surf uncrowded waves, trek and explore, experience culture, dive pristine reefs, or immerse yourself into the local way of life in remote locations, No Limit Adventures are the operator for you.