Video | I touched down on the remote Autonomous Region of Bougainville, Papua New Guinea with my partner exactly 220 days ago. Back then, I didn’t know what to expect… I was wondering, would I love it or hate it? And I kept thinking whether I would want to leave early or extend my stay? The only thing I knew for sure was it would be a JOURNEY, a journey of epic proportions! Well, this is how my journey in the Autonomous Region of Bougainville, Papua New Guinea has turned out so far…
Watch: The Journey So Far | 220 Days in the Autonomous Region of Bougainville.
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Video | As I approached the summit of the volcano, a thick blanket of fog covers Lake Billy Mitchell/Eruovi in the Autonomous Region of Bougainville, Papua New Guinea. All of a sudden it lifted to reveal plunging crater walls, landslides, thickets of vivid green ferns and the majestic lake itself. Several minutes later it disappeared from sight once again.
Watch Now: The Majestic Lake Billy Mitchell in the Autonomous Region of Bougainville
The volcanic crater lake of Eruovi as it’s known by the locals and Billy Mitchell as it’s maybe more commonly referred to is not seen by many – hidden from the masses by its remoteness, challenging environment and recent historical events in the Autonomous Region of Bougainville. I crawl on hands… Read More
Video | A One Minute Glimpse of Polhill Reserve in Wellington, New Zealand. The perfect destination for an outdoors, active adventure surrounded by nature and packed full of wildlife – ideal for walking and mountain biking just minutes from the city.
Video | Lake Billy Mitchell or Lake Eruovi as it’s known locally, is a volcanic crater lake standing at over 1,500 metres in the centre of the Autonomous Region of Bougainville, Papua New Guinea. It’s surrounded by mountain ranges, more volcanoes including the nearby Mt Bagana and dense rainforest as far as the eye can see. It can be accessed on foot via a 3 day (return) hike and approximately 17 hours of walking.
Video | Several months ago I’d never heard of the area of Rotokas in the Autonomous Region of Bougainville. Yet here I was about to disappear into the mountainous terrain for 3 days of trekking. I still knew very little about the area. A couple of conversations with volunteers on the island whom had visited. And a brief information pack providing an overview and advising to take warm clothes. However, these glimpses were nothing but positive and it sounded like the Rotokas region would be nothing short of spectacular. Mountains, volcanoes, river, streams, waterfalls and caves, surrounded by the dense rainforest that only the island of Bougainville can offer – what more could you ask for!?
Hanalei, meaning ‘lei making’ and ‘crescent bay’ in Hawaiian is the perfect base for an adventure. The small town on the North Shore of Kauai is surrounded by Mount Na Molokama, Mamalahoa and Hihimanu and as a result, it’s a place of natural beauty and has a charm that draws you… Read More
“Visit the flower garden and see the live bridge” I read inquisitively from a text message. A live bridge? The thought of it had me intrigued. Was it simply a typo in the text message? Or was there really a live bridge? And what would a live bridge look like? “Ok,… Read More
Otari-Wilton’s Bush is the only public botanic garden in New Zealand dedicated solely to native plants, home to an 800 year old rimu tree and bursting at the seams with birdlife – the perfect place for an outdoor adventure with the family. It was a crisp and cold Sunday afternoon… Read More