Papua New Guinea

Huge tracts of Papua New Guinea are wild and undeveloped, with magnificent scenery ranging from pristine coral atolls to volcanic mountains and dense tropical rainforest. The mainland is divided by the Owen Stanley Range, a massive central spike with peaks towering over 13,000 feet. Great rivers begin their journey to the sea from these mountains, among them the mighty Sepik River, one of the world's longest waterways.

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