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Depart for Port Moresby. Greeted at Jacksons airport by our operation crew. Transferred to Hotel accommodation. In the evening there will be final checks and preparation. A debrief of the trek will take place in the evening with an overview of the Kokoda campaign. Your trek leader will provide a safety briefing and provide an insight into the Koiari/Orokaiva cultures along the track. Your backpacks will be handed out with assistance from your trek leader fitting and adjusting your pack for the trek.

Note: This Itinerary is indicative and may change due to local conditions. 


Day 1

Arrive in Port Moresby.

Arrive in Port Moresby.

Day 2

Land transport to Owers Corner

Land transport to Owers Corner to start your trek to Vuale Creek. Crossing Goldie River via Goodwater for lunch and Climb Imita Ridge

Day 3

Vuale Creek to Nauro

Vuale Creek to Nauro. Today we will pass through Iorabawa and Ofi Creek

Day 4

Nauro to Menari

Nauro to Menari

Day 5

Menari to Kagi

Menari to Kagi via Brigade Hill, Efogi 2 & 1

Day 6

Rest Day

Rest in the village on the Sabbath

Day 7

Kagi to Templeton's Crossing One

Kagi via Kagi Gap or Myola to Templeton's Crossing One

Day 8

Templeton's Crossing One to Alola

Day 9

Alola to Kokoda Station

Alola via Isurava Battlefield. Visit Con's Rock along the way to Deniki and onto Kokoda Station

Day 10

Kokoda Station to Popondetta

Kokoda Station to Popondetta (land transport), flying back to Port Moresby. Option to visit Bomana War Cemetery

Day 11

Flight Home

Flight Home

  • Experienced Australian Trek Leader/Historical Guide
  • Expert Local Koiari Guide
  • Detailed Battlesite briefings
  • Training Guide
  • Food & Equipment Porter
  • Bus transfers
  • Domestic flight to/from Popondetta
  • Quality Twin-share Hotel Accommodation on the arrival & departure in Port Moresby
  • Hotel Buffet dinner on departure night
  • Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner whilst you are on the trek
  • Sightseeing choices of Bomana War Cemetery, Craft markets & Parliament House
  • Emergency equipment & 24-hour contact with Port Moresby
  • Village ‘sing-sing’ from our porter’s family in Kagi
  • Village interaction at Kagi with one full day’s rest
  • Fresh meals on the track
  • Carved walking stick
  • Official Trek permit from Kokoda Track Authority
  • Niugini Adventure quick-dry Shirt
  • Niugini Adventure Cap
  • Personal two-man tent for each trekker
  • Sleeping Bag provided
  • 85 Litre backpack provided
  • International Flights
  • Travel Insurance
  • All meals not listed as included
  • Personal spending money

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