Book Flights to Mendi, Papua New Guinea
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Places of interest in Mendi
The city of Mendi experiences subtropical highland climate and rainfall and temperatures are relatively same all through the year. The average yearly high temperature of the city is around 23 degree Celcius and the average low temperature yearly is around 12 degree Celsius.
The city of Mendi is served by Mendi Airport. Mendi is located around this airport. The airport offers Air Niugini flights operated to Port Moresby.
The provincial capital of the Southern Highlands Province, Mendi is a town on the island of New Guinea in central Papua New Guinea. The city is located at an altitude of around 5495 feet in the Mendi River Valley. It is on the gentle volcanic gradient with mountains to the east and the west. The area is known for growing vegetables and coffee. The town is built around an airport thus most of the transportation is done by air. Tourists, if extend their trip and move around 80 kilometers from the city, can explore several tourist attractions.
- Mendi River: A lovely place to be for nature lovers and serenity seekers, the banks of Mendi River are the ideal spots to bask and relish wonderful panorama. Tourists can enjoy quality time with friends and family here.
- Lake Kutubu: Located at a distance of around 50 kilometers southwest of Mendi, Lake Kutubu is one of the few lakes in papua New Guinea that occurs in a depression in the rugged interior mountains. This lake is the second largest lake in the country. The lake lies in the east of the Kikori River. Moreover, the lake has a few islands and it includes 13 endemic fish species as well.
- Tari: Situated at a distance of around 80 kilometers from the town of Mendi, Tari is the capital of Tari-Pori district. It is one of the few towns in the country where tourists can witness natives wearing traditional dresses and thus display their traditions in a notable way. The town little more than just a handful of buildings and boasts tranquility and catching panorama.