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South Sea Horizons

South Sea Horizons

Rabaul, Rabaul, ENB, Papua New Guinea

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About The Papua New Guinean Kokoda experience. Running Kokoda tours with 100% local guided tour guides
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Description About South Sea Horizons

South Sea Horizons (SSH) is a PNG based Kokoda track Tour Operator (ITO) that promotes and sells activity based tour on the Kokoda Track. We are a locally run operations with a strong community presence within the Kokoda Track community.
SSH place a strong emphasis on conducting low impact tours and with an aim of assisting local Kokoda Track communities to develop eco-tourism products that are sustainable and easily managed by the community. We believe that SSH have a far superior ability to connect with local village operators and suppliers, acting as a quality control mechanism for our offshore clients.

The Kokoda track is one of the many walking tracks in Papua New Guinea that existed long before the Europeans came into this part of the world. It was used for trade and cultural interaction between tribes and is still used for these purposes today. During the course of World War II, the Japanese decided to use this trail as means of ground attack against the Australians in Port Moresby. The idea was to take Port Moresby and use it as a base from which to stage a direct assault on Australia. One end of the track lies in the North of the country at a village called Kokoda. It winds up and down over the rugged Owen Stanley ranges and finishes in the south at Ower’s Corner not far from Port Moresby. Both the Kokoda and the Northern coastal plains was the scene of violent close contact jungle warfare as the Australians retreated in the face of the Japanese onslaught. The Japanese were finally stopped at Imita Gap as they had extended their supply lines too far in the rugged terrain and began to die of starvation. The Australians then chased them all the way back to the northern coastline. Today the remains of the war lie rotting in the jungle and the track has reverted to quiet solitude, disturbed only by occasional back packers and local walkers. There are several villages along its length inhabited by peace-loving, hospitable locals. Th
Founded 2006 in Papua New Guinea
Products Trekking - Kokoda Tours - The Local Kokoda Expereince using local guides and 100% PNG driven and run

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