Its costs $4400 RRP (not including personal porter costs) to trek Kokoda with us, that said we run many specials to help make it cost effective for you. At present we have a sale on all treks for $3900pp (Not including personal porter costs)4
You can see what is included in the cost structure at "Inclusions and Exclusions" at the bottom of this page and also on this website page "Trek Kokoda".
You can see what is excluded in the cost structure at "Inclusions and Exclusions" at the bottom of this page and also on this website page "Trek Kokoda".
This is easy, simply deposit 20% of the fee into BSB 064-087 Account number 10185870 in the name of 100 Percent Kokoda referencing your name and the month of the trek.
You can head to our online store at on the link in the header to this website, its where you can buy your trek space here.
If you wanted, we can do credit card transactions, but these have a 2% bank fee. Noting how much you are paying for this trek, the fee can be excessive, hence we guide people to the bank transfer and the online store.
Please be aware that your deposit is non-refundable. That said, you can transfer it to any of our other treks be it for Kokoda or any of our other 100% adventures.
You sure do! We send you a welcome pack that contains a hat, shirt, a bag of nutrition to use in training or on the track plus all of the administration and information you require to be ready to trek.
No worries! If you change your mind just let us know, as long as its prior to eight weeks before your trek we reimburse any money you have invested above your 20% non-refundable deposit. If you let us know and its within eight weeks of your trek, you can transfer your money and your deposit to another trek with a 12 month period.
This is up to you. We recommend that you use this service for more than the assistance that he provides you. You are supporting the local community and economy.
This is up to you. We recommend that you take at least K300 onto the track in small denominations What you spend at the hotel is up to you, we put this on our credit card and pay our account upon check out.
No! we provide you with one of our company tents to use. This saves you trying to clean your own tent for quarantine upon your return
We provide you a location to wash each day. Each campsite has either a river or shower for you to wash prior to dinner and bed.
Whilst you don't need to be an athlete you will need a level of fitness and prepare for this journey. We are able to and willing to help you prepare for your adventure.
Whilst there is, they are not as prevalent as you would think. We show you how to prevent these and help you in the unlikely event that you have one.
Much like the ticks and leeches, there are mosquitoes. They are not in the swarms that you possibly think they are. Your tent has a mozzie net, we use repellant and wear long clothes at night to prevent stings.
These vary from village to village. Some are holes in the ground and others are a toilet tub that you are able to sit on. You are in the jungle so we ask you to remain a little open minded.
We have a cook that prepares all meals for you. You will eat carbohydrate heavy food to give you the nutrition that you require to be fuelled for trekking. You will have cereals and some hot items for breakfast, morning tea, lunch is a mix of fresh fruits (where available from the track), the cooks make rice paper rolls, sushi and buns, afternoon tea and for dinner is a mixm, but there is a pizza/ pasta night, they make cakes and we can cater for celiacs, vegans, vegetarians and any other allergy or intolerance you may have.
We carry so much food that our General Porters are only able to carry half of it. We transport the remaining food to a village in the middle of the track, you will be well fed. There is so much food, we have had some people put weight on!
In short no, but there needs to be a realistic appreciation of what you are undertaking. You will be the best person to decide on maturity of a child or physicality of someone older. Its best to call and discuss.
This varies from trek to trek. We have a minimum of five and a maximum of 22. We work on a magic number of 12 as we have found that this is most enjoyable for all.
We provide you with an equipment list that has both essential and luxury items. We do boot reviews on our Facebook page to assist you buying your footwear for trekking. We have an online store which has all of the items that you will want and need, this competes with the big brand warehouses.
Would you do a first-aid course with someone that read a first aid book? You'd want a paramedic, a nurse or a Dr. Why do a military history trek with anyone but a soldier? Anyone can read a book..
We run a series of Training Camps/ Information sessions where you are able to take us for a "test drive" before you commit. You can also see our treks on Facebook, YouTube and Instagram through the videos that we post on these platforms.
We have a magnificent relationship with the Holiday Inn, Port Moresby. In this one facility there is three hotels, three restaurants, two bars, a pool, gym and a tennis court. You can see a dentist and have a facial too. We have a washing room for your clothes. Once you're inside, you may not want to leave!
To obtain entry into Papua New Guinea you will need to obtain a "visitor's Visa" When you book we send you the links to obtain your visa for a small fee.
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PO Box 99 Mitchell ACT 2913, Australia
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