Kieta RIGU LAGOON WW2 & Waterfall – Bougainville Walk, Papua New Guinea

Video | Bougainville Walk – Hidden away in Kieta in Bougainville, Papua New Guinea is RIGU LAGOON. A historically insightful tour of Rigu lagoon, including Japanese WW2 relics, stories about crocodiles, shell collecting for currency and a magical waterfall.

To arrange this tour for yourself contact DJ Garden Lodge in Arawa, Bougainville onΒ djgardenlodge@gmail.com and ask about the Rigu Lagoon Bougainville Walk with Taudidi.

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Hi, I’m Adam Constanza, freelance travel content creator living, working and supporting tourism in Timor Leste, South East Asia.

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