The Huli or Haroli are an indigenous people who live in the Southern Highlands districts of Tari, Koroba, Margaraima and Komo, of Papua New Guinea. They have lived in their current area for about 1000 years.
theantidote: “ The Korowai people in Papua New Guinea build their houses up to 100 feet above the ground High above the forest floor, deep in the swampy lowland jungles of Papua, tree houses greet the.
Papua New Guinea - Although English is its official language, only of the population actually speak it. As the most linguistically diverse country in the world, over 820 languages are spoken in Papua New Guinea or of the world’s total.
Kimbe Bay Coral Reefs: A garden of delicate coral is sheltered from storms in the lee of a nearby peninsula. Kimbe’s reefs help sustain local fishermen, some of whom still rely on traditional outrigger canoes. Photograph by David Doubilet
Papua New Guinea Papua New Guinea is a country in Oceania which has a cultural diversity absurd. To get an idea, even though a small country, Papua New Guinea is the country with the most widely spoken languages, about 850