With nearly 300 islands and 800 indigenous languages spoken — making it the world’s most diverse country linguistically — a trip to Papua New Guinea is unlike any other vacation you’ve experienced. The various villages put on amazing cultural shows for tourists where you get to see their singing and dancing skills, as well as their brightly colored traditional costumes that really make the show. As water surrounds much of this area, there’s no shortage of water adventures. Spend a morning or afternoon diving, surfing, kayaking, snorkeling and fishing. There are also places for trekking, hiking and bird watching. Port Moresby is the capital and largest city of Papua New Guinea and offers many attractions to tourists. Port Moresby Nature Park and National Orchid Garden are two you should see. Combining a visit to Varirata National Park and Rouna Falls is another great way to spend one of your days in Papua New Guinea.