Karawari Lodge stands majestically on a lone ridge, in the east Sepik Province, amidst a vast expanse of dense tropical lowland rainforest which extends beyond the horizon for what seems a thousand miles in every direction. You are in Arambak country here, one of the most remote and unspoiled areas of Papua New Guinea, with the Karawari river only 300 feet below.
This is one of the most remote and unspoiled destinations in Papua New Guinea. You fly into a remote airstrip and board a boat to get there. The airstrip does not connect to the lodge location, however no roads go to the airstrip. The boat ride is about 15 minutes. Stilted villages line the edges of flooded waterways and dugout canoes are the primary mode of transport.
There are no roads, no shops and no phones. Sepik's live completely off the land, weaving baskets for catching fish, gathering, preparing and cooking their staple food from the Sago Palm.
The lodge is located 300 meters above the banks of the Karawari River, Karawari, Papua New Guinea.