The Sepik Spirit takes our guests on a voyage along the waterways of
For 2015, the Sepik Spirit will primarily journey on the
It has been several years since the Sepik Spirit visited many of the Karawari, Krosmeri and Blackwater villages. Travelers can look forward to warm welcomes and genuine experiences as they walk through villages that look much as they always have.
The densely forested riverbanks of the
There will be plenty of photo opportunities, including those of day-to-day life. Men gather on their clan's bench. Children paddle canoes to school. Women fish with hand lines while keeping a fire burning in a clay fireplace.
The Sepik Spirit is accessible by charter flights that operate in/out of the Karawari airstrip. A scenic trip along the Karawari River, on the boat used for daily tours, transfers passengers from the Karawari airstrip to the Sepik Spirit. Lunch is on board the Sepik Spirit and the journey downstream begins.
As always, the crew of the Sepik Spirit will consider current water levels and local conditions when planning the touring details of each departure.
The Sepik Spirit will travel back up the
The standard Sepik Spirit tour is 3 nights. It can operate for a minimum group size of 8 passengers.
A 4 night tour can be arranged for a minimum group size of 9 passengers. A 4 night tour could include a day of touring on the main
The Sepik Spirit is accessible by Trans NiuginiTours' air service. Flights depart from Mount Hagen where Rondon Ridge is located and from Karawari Lodge and Ambua Lodge. Charter flights from other departure points can be arranged.