Pacific Aria cruise to Wewak a success

Tour operator on the ground Mateos Alois said: “Wewak services and tours were rated as excellent by the tourists.

“594 passengers were booked to take three tour options but 501 actually made the tour.”

Alois added that from the three sightseeing options planned, 234 did Wewak sightseeing, 154 went to Maur Village inside Wewak, and 113 visited World War II Japanese surrender areas.

He added that some of the passengers were former Wewak residents.

“They were very impressed with the services, the tours and the traditional performances.”


Good Samaritan helps injured students

Koren Maso, is the good Samaritan who forked out money from his own pocket to save the survivors of the December 28, 2015 accident which claimed four lives when the vehicle  in which Seventh Day Adventist tertiary students were travelling in overturned near Hawain bridge.

The students were returning from a church gathering at Aitape in West Sepik Province.   

“My heart was broken and I was lost for words to speak to our students on their hospital bed in pain they received while on a mission to do good community service work.

Walk for Life campaign hits Wewak streets

Wewak ‘walk for life’ chapter had its inaugural walk on the 20th and 27th of this month spearheaded by local son, Terence Moka.

Speaking to Loop PNG from Wewak, Moka echoed the message of living a healthy life to stop the increasing statistics of deaths caused by lifestyle diseases.

The early morning walk starts opposite Windjammer Motel, following the picturesque Meni Beach route, turning at Wewak Hill, a lap around Wewak Town before rerouting back to where the walk started.