Monday, November 14, 2011
Welcome to Karkum Village Lodge
By WENCESLAUS MAGUN
Adventure tourists, nature lovers, indigenous peoples village home stay enthusiast, bush trekkers, bird watchers, snorkelers, and those keen to get a taste of “paradise” will no doubt find Karkum village lodge the ideal destination to meet their quest.
Nestled along the grey sandy beach at the edge of the village overlooking the tranquil crystal blue waters of the Bismarck Seas with Karkar rising on the horizon it provides the best sanctuary for holiday makers.
Built in 2008 by the villagers themselves using local bush materials, fitted with mattresses, pillows, mosquito nets, water buckets and basic cooking utensils it serves to complement their leatherback turtle conservation project initiative.
It can accommodate 20 people at one time. Meals can be provided if arranged.
Travelers to Madang, PNG can easily hike on any public motor vehicle destined for Karkum village or passing the village and going towards Bogia to get to the lodge.
It is situated about 80 kilometers northwest from Madang town, and can take about one and half hour to get there on a sealed road.
For the best price and satisfactory service please call Robert Khonn for bookings and prearrangement of services on Digicel:
72291836 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org