Lying on the north coast of Papua New Guinea is the dynamic and progressive province of Morobe. As the industrial centre of PNG and the gateway to both the Highlands and Islands, Morobe has an extensive list of things to do and see, making it a ‘must visit’ on anyone’s PNG itinerary.
Black Cat Track or Trail is a rough overland track in Morobe Province, Papua New Guinea. It starts in the village of Salamaua on the coast of the Huon Gulf and goes south into the mountains to the township of Wau.
The Cuscus is another tree-dwelling marsupials that can be spotted across PNG. Despite it's ability to grow between 15cm-60cm long, the Cuscus is incredibly difficult to spot in its natural habitat. http://www.pagahillestate.com/visiting-morobe-province/
Passing between Salamaua and Wau in the Morobe Province, while on the Black Cat Track, you will encounter some epic yet hazardous terrain. To further challenge your mental and emotional stamina, WWII relics which litter the path, will provide a constant visual reminder of the horrors that took place during the war. http://www.pagahillestate.com/visiting-morobe-province/
If your feeling an adventure, there are a number of trekking trails in the Morobe Province. This particular trail runs from Finschhafen to Lae and takes 3-4 day to complete. http://www.pagahillestate.com/visiting-morobe-province/