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Kokoda Trekkers Hall of Fame

Our Kokoda Trekking (KTL) - Hall of Fame shows all the names of our past trekkers and also up to date statistics:

We at Kokoda Trekking would like to thank past trekkers for their support and confidence in choosing us as their preferred operator. To all future trekkers, we look forward to meeting you in 2008

KOKODA TREKKING (KTL) STATISTICS:

As at the 31st December 2011, we are proud to announce that we have taken well in excess of 4000 trekkers safely across the Kokoda Trail.

Many years in a row we have taken more trekkers on the Kokoda Track than any other operator. This is indeed something we are proud of. Our Kokoda operation is PNG run and you can be assured your money employs hundreds of porters and guides from Kokoda and surrounding areas right up to Sogeri. We have invested heavily in motor vehicles; satellite radios; two way radios; Orohaven Kokoda Retreat and other equipment we feel necessary to run successful Kokoda Treks.

KOKODA CHALLENGE RACE - 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2011:

In 2004 I arrived home one day to find our porters disappointed that Brian Freeman had broken the track record. They felt the record should belong on PNG soil. Russell and I discussed this and decided that in 2005 we would run a race so that the local boys could try and win back the record and their pride. John Hunt Hiviki not only broke the record, he smashed it. Last year we decided to change direction and run the race from the Ower's Corner end. Brendan Buka won the race in 17 hours 49 minutes.

Update 31st August, 2008: Once again Brendan Buka has re written the history books when he broke his old record to win the 2008 Kokoda Challenge Race in a record time of 16:34:05.

2005 - Kokoda Challenge - Track Record Kokoda to Owers' Corner - 28th August, 2005 - Winner - John Hunt Hiviki Time 22:14:01

2006 Kokoda Challenge- Track Record Owers' Corner to Kokoda on 26th August, 2006 - Winner - Brendan Buka (KTL) - Time: 17:49:17

2007 Kokoda Challenge - Track Record Owers' Corner to Kokoda on the 26th August, 2007 - Winner - Tom Hango (KTL) - Time: 19:07

2007 Kokoda Challenge - Track Record Kokoda to Owers' Corner on the 26th August, 2007 - Winner - Brendan Buka (KTL) - Time: 17:20

2008 Kokoda Challenge - Track Record Owers' Corner to Kokoda on the 30th August, 2008 - Winner - Brendan Buka (KTL) - Time: 16:34:05

2011 Kokoda Challenge - Race Winner - Owers' Corner to Kokoda on the 27th August 2011 - Brendan Buka (KTL) in a time of 17:50:33.

Placings:

1. Brendan Buka 17:50:33
2. Andrew Yauga 19:10:06
3. Horace Yauga 20:18:36
3. Moses Buka 20:18:36
5. Luana Nagas 20:34:37
6. Samson Joheri 22:40:19
7. Cyprian Aire 24:30:03
7. Aidan Bauba 24:30:03
9. Lenny Enjeka 26:40:50
10. Henson Kokeni 27:30:40
11. Matt McLaughlin 31:47:25
11. Tom Hango 31:47:25
13. Frank Ombi 32:30:20
14. Wayne Urina 33:20:41
15. Jessie Aire 34:40:50
16. Ramsi Idau 39:20:41


Kokoda Challenge Race Records:

Fastest man on the Kokoda Track/Kokoda Trail: Kokoda Trekking (KTL) porter - Brendan Buka - in both directions set in August 2007 and August 2008
Fastest Female - Nesta Gipine - set 31st August 2008 - Time 22:08:38
Fastest white man - International Competitor - Owers' Corner to Kokoda - Damon Goerke set in August 2006 in a time of 19:28
Fastest white man - International Competitor - Kokoda to Owers' Corner - Andrew (Andy) Rowan set in August 2006 in a time of 24:15


Other KTL records:

First Trekkers: 16th April, 2003 - Geoff and Daniel Trott from Melbourne
Youngest Male Trekker: Nicholas Lawson (7) - 2005
Youngest Female Trekker: Ellie Hargrave (12) - 2004
Oldest Male Trekker: Walter (aka The Fox) Kelly (81) - 2004
Oldest Female Trekker: Sybil Dwyer (74) - 2010
Youngest Papua New Guinean Trekker: Malik Suma (6 years) 2007
Trek Numbers - most trekkers - over 4000 in the past 5 + years
Bases - only company with a head office in Port Moresby and bases in Kokoda and Australia


Attention anyone who has logged onto this page through the 'Hall of Fame' area using the icon on our front page: to view the photographs mentioned below, PLEASE CLICK HERE:

Photograph A group of our hard working KTL boys seen here at Isurava. One of our older trekkers who really enjoyed her trek. The other photograph was taken just before our boys lined up for the 2011 Kokoda Challenge Race: At Kokoda Trekking each year we try and give something of importance to the community of Kokoda. 2004, we placed a Mitsubishi Canter 3 tonne truck in Kokoda, commonly known as KTL 1 which has served the community for the past three years going back and forth from Kokoda to Popondetta on a daily basis except when trekkers are in town: In 2005 we placed a 4WD Toyota Hilux in Kokoda to add another service should the need arise to pick up trekkers from Kovelo Village or areas where our truck cannot access. This vehicle also serves the Gona/Buna/Sanananda end picking up trekkers from the airport and showing them around before driving them up to Kokoda: In May 2005 we purchased an ambulance for Kokoda and surrounding areas so that anyone requiring urgent medical attention can be transported down to Popondetta. In 2006 we purchased thousands of australian dollars worth of equipment for villages along the track which included, water containers, good quality tarpaulins, cooking pots, change rooms and other items. Photograph below was taken at Ua'Ule Creek. One of our tarpaulins was used when a roof was leaking. On one of our treks, it was used for trekkers to sit on and relax in the village of Kagi: In 2007 we decided on a 3 cyclinder tractor lawnmower as a much needed piece of equipment to help keep Kokoda Station and Kokoda airstrip mowed. Finally it has arrived in Kokoda and is now hard at work trying to clean up. After we catch up, it will be used on a monthly basis to keep Kokoda clean and tidy. Our aim is to TRY and make KOKODA the most beautiful place in PNG. All our KTL boys have been asked to find and take to the Kokoda Station at least 10 plants each when they have been selected to walk on one of our treks. With this kind of help, it is hoped they can continue to grow the beauty of the station: Another addition of ours both on the track and in Kokoda this year in 2007 has been the introduction of rubbish bins. So far we have placed them as follows: Also in Menari, Efogi, Ua'Ule Creek and Owers' Corner We also purchased various items for the Kokoda Primary School including a brand new lawnmower. However, now we have our tractor we will mow their lawn for free each month: Our latest project has been the Kokoda Airport, check out our progress:

Photographs:

Pic 1: before work commenced
Pic 2: work in progress
Pic 3: trekkers now posing for photographs in front of our carved signs
Pic 4: the end result, a nice building and atmosphere now present at Kokoda airstrip
Pic 5: our New Holland tractor which now mows the airstrip to allow all track operators the chance to trek as tractors in Kokoda have all broken down. With the rainfall in Kokoda it would not take long for long grass to close the airport - hence another community project for Kokoda Trekking (KTL) Hello Gail

Congratulations to you on your wonderful unselfish nature and attitude, in supplying all these necessary items to the wonderful people who live on the famous Kokoda Track. You never cease to amaze me with your Love and Care for PNG and it's people, by willingly donating and giving so much out of your own pocket.

I know you are rewarded in your heart for what you do, but I sincerely hope that one day you are recognised and rewarded in a tangible manner for all you have done and no doubt will continue to do over the years for the people of Kokoda, Deniki, Isurava, Alola, Eora Creek, Templeton's Crossing, Myola, Kagi, Efogi, Menari, Nauro, Ioribawa and Ua-Ule Creek.

God Bless

Love

Waza Update end of trekking season 2010: In 2009 it was decided to consolidate our business interests on some land acquired in Kokoda adjacent to the Kokoda Airstrip. This area has been developed a project at a time and is coming along quite nicely. The initial setup was a kitchen, staff quarters and four huts. In August 2010, Lady Carol Kidu and some relatives of the Airlines of PNG plane crash opened our developed which we have called, Orohaven Kokoda Retreat. Oro for the 'Oro Province of PNG' and 'Haven' as we sincerely hope when you stay with us, you will think of it as a haven after roughing it on the track. With hot showers on offer, running water to wash your gear, flushing toilets, wood fired pizza oven, cold cold beer and a bar, you will feel you have finished your trek in style before flying out of Kokoda and heading for home.

In July we were approached by a family who lost their daughter in the plane crash for an area where they could put a plaque in Kokoda in honour of the beloved daughter. We thought hard and then started to build two stone walls. One side was set aside for relatives to place their plaques, the other wall is work in progress as we hope to one day have some plaques in relation to the fuzzy wuzzy angels participation in the war. We also encourage any of our trekkers to bring with them a plaque in honour of their loved ones and we will find a space for it on our wall.

This was also a very sad time for Kokoda Trekking as Russell and John Eroro lost their brother Kingsley in the same accident and a plaque was also placed on this wall as our contribution to his memory. Both John and Russell were on hand along with several of our boys who sang the PNG National Anthem before raising both flags representing PNG and Australia. In July we also commenced building an outdoor bar area at Kokoda for guests and local people of Kokoda. This bar has turned out to be a really popular place for locals in Kokoda so in the new year we are planning on opening another area on the block to cater for them when guests wish to retire for the night and the general popular wish to keep partying.

The new area will be built away from the area where we present accommodation for guests but in the meantime the population of Kokoda are enjoying somewhere to sit and drink a cold beer instead of under a tree. They are now starting to buy their beers cold in smaller lots rather then the previous trend being cartons of warm beer. Sitting listening to music at a table talking and mixing with their friends is catching on so we are pleased once again to be putting something back to Kokoda.

Rusty not known to knock back a beer is also enjoying our 'Wantok' own bar. We chose the name 'Wantok Tavern' as the word means 'one language'. As my wantok's the Australian's and his wantok's, the PNG National's are guests it was a popular name choice to call the bar. In 2011, with rents skyrocketing in Port Moresby due to the economic growth of 'Mining' and the new 'Gas' project, we decided to build a place where we could operate from.

We ended up renovating an old boy house (domestic quarters). We now have an office, grounds to park our vehicles and a large two bedroom home.

It still has a few things that need attention but is ready to operate come the 2012 trekking season.

What will 2012 bring, well we will just have to wait and see what we come up with.

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Total number of treks: 715

Open Trek - ANZAC Pilgrimage - Kokoda to Ower's

Date: 16 April 2016 - 25 April 2016

Open Trek - This trek has been created whereby you fly to the Oro Province on the 16th April where you will be met and driven to our base Orohaven Pija Retreat. On the 17th April you will begin your trek when you walk up to Isurava Village to spend your first night on the Kokoda Track. On the 24th April you will finish your trek when you walk through the Archway at Owers' Corner and be picked up by Kokoda Trekking staff and driven back to Port Moresby where you will overnight. The following day you will be driven out to Bomana War Cemetery for Anzac Day and either driven back to your accommodation or dropped off to the Royal Papuan Yacht Club as this is where the majority of trekkers from all different companies hang out on Anzac Day. Trek : 1016 - Guide Arnold Jinga - Pat Vainerere in charge of all 3 groups.



List of Trekkers:



1. Dinah Gordon + Requires a porter - Eric Uwea - (Eric's Booking Ref: ABJ8WT) - Paid in Full 02/03/2016 - Booking Ref: ABHWPP

2. Damien Challis + Requires a porter - Harold Hauro (History) - Paid in Full 16/12/2015 - Booking Ref: ABHWPP

3. Russell Challis + Requires a porter - Trevor Jinga - Paid in Full 16/12/2015 - Booking Ref: ABHWPP

4. Helen Jenkinson + Requires a porter - Duggie Eroro - Paid in Full 24/02/2016 - Booking Ref: ABHWPP


5. Brett McMurray - Paid in Full 08/04/2016 - Booking Ref: ABHWPP

6. Adam Villante - Paid in Full 10/03/2016 - Booking Ref: ABHWPP

7. Anthony Teunissen - Paid in Full 09/03/2016 - Booking Ref: ABHWPS


8. Lukas Calleja - Paid in Full 30/03/2016 - Booking Ref: ABHWPS

9. Tara Guthrie - Paid in Full 04/03/2016 - Booking Ref: ABHWPS

10. Dennis Mead - Paid in Full 23/03/2016 - Booking Ref: ABHWPS

11. Holly Brown + Requires a porter - Emmanuel Eroro - Paid in Full 10/03/2016 - Booking Ref: ABHWPS

12. Nicholas Amato - Paid in Full 14/03/2016 - Booking Ref: ABHWPS




Food Porters: Solomon Eroro; Kingsley Eroro; Eddie Embi; Esau Eroro; Ross Eroro (Assistant Guide)



Scouts & Food Porters: Sione Orosambo and Brendan Buka



itinerary:



Day 1: 16th April - Port Moresby to Popondetta where you will be met by our staff and driven to Orohaven Pija Village to spend the night.

Day 2: 17th April - Orohaven Pija Village to Kokoda for the commencement of your trek. Overnight at Isurava Village

Day 3: 18th April - Isurava Village to Eora Creek

Day 4: 19th April - Eora Creek to 1900 Myola Junction

Day 5: 20th April - 1900 Myola Junction to Efogi

Day 6: 21st April - Efogi to Agulogo

Day 7: 22nd April - Agulogo to Ioribaiwa Village

Day 8: 23rd April - Ioribaiwa Village to Goodwater

Day 9: 24th April - Goodwater to Owers' Corner



All going well you should reach Owers' Corner no later than 9am where you will be met and driven down to Port Moresby to overnight.



Day 10: 25th April - Port Moresby to Bomana War Cemetery for the Anzac Dawn Service. Transport will be booked for 4am so an early start on the 25th.





Additional

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Michael Villante - Deposit paid 12/10/2015 - Cancellation Date 22/02/2016

David Currie - Deposit Paid 12/03/2015 - Booking Ref: ABHWPS Cancellation Date 28/03/2016




Anzac Day at Bomana:



A general time line of the event is as follows:



0400 - 0420 General Public Arrives, Programs / Glowsticks handed out

0430 – VIP, Invited Guests seated / Mounting of Catafalque Party

0445 – Guest of Honour Arrives, greeted by President Pom RSL

0500 – Ceremony commences

0600 – 0615 – Guest of Honour Departs

0615 - Completion of Ceremony.



Further Info: We have been asked that our trekkers are at Bomana by 0420 and advised that the seated section is for VIP and Invited Guests only. The Royal Papua Yacht Club have once again offered up their facilities to provide a cooked breakfast at a cost - however they need to know how many will be attending. Prior to your trek from Port Moresby you will be asked if you plan to attend so we can advise them of how many will be attending.



Flight Details:



Holly Brown

Arrival : 15th April - Staying at Holiday Inn for this night



Dinah Gordon & Tara Guthrie Flight Details

Arrival : Flight VA 0189, 15th April, 1:20pm

Depart : Flight VA 0188, 26th April, 2:00pm



Helen Jenkinson

Arrival : Flight PX 093, 15th April, 1:10pm



Dennis Meed Flight Details

Arrival : Flight VA 0189, 15th April, 1:20pm

Depart : Flight VA188, 25th April, 2:05pm



Damien Challis & Russell Challis

Arrival : Flight QF197, 15th April, 1800 (6:00pm)

Depart : Flight QF192, 25th April, 9:15am




Adam Villante Flight Details

Arrival : Flight QF191, 15th April, 8:05am

Depart : Flight QF192, 26th April, 9:15am



Brett McMurray & Tony Teunissen Flight Detials

Arrival : Flight QF 349, 15th April, 1:50pm

Depart : Flight QF192, 26th April, 9:15am





Nicholas Amato Flight Details

Arrival : Flight QF197, 15th April, 1800 (6:00pm)

Depart : Flight Flight QF198, 25th April, 4:50pm
ANZAC Pilgrimage AUSTRALIAN Led - Owers' to Kokoda

Date: 16 April 2016 - 25 April 2016

Open Trek - This trek has been created whereby you fly to the Oro Province on the 16th April where you will be met and driven to our base Orohaven Pija Retreat. On the 17th April you will begin your trek when you walk up to Isurava Village to spend your first night on the Kokoda Track. On the 24th April you will finish your trek when you walk through the Archway at Owers' Corner and be picked up by Kokoda Trekking staff and driven back to Port Moresby where you will overnight. The following day you will be driven out to Bomana War Cemetery for Anzac Day and either driven back to your accommodation or dropped off to the Royal Papuan Yacht Club as this is where the majority of trekkers from all different companies hang out on Anzac Day - Trek : 1017 - Guide Pat Vainerere. Following a discussion with Pat and staff on the ground in Kokoda, we have made the decision to turn this trek around and commence from the Oro end not Owers' Corner due to worry about weather, river crossings etc and making it back to Port Moresby in time for Anzac Day at Bomana.





List of Trekkers:



1. Melissa Hagan - Paid in Full 03/03/2016 - Booking Reference ABJ3GV

2. Matthew Connolly - Paid in Full 03/03/2016 - Booking Reference ABJ3GV


3. Andrew Fitness - Paid in Full 18/03/2016 - Booking Reference ABJ3GV

4. John Pegus + Requires a porter - Gary Juary - Paid in Full 11/03/2016 - Booking Reference ABJ3GV

5. Judy Ruck + Requires a porter - Toto Kolongo - Paid in Full 30/03/2016

6. Chris Ruck + Requires a porter - Aron Aija - Paid in Full 30/03/2016


7. Samson Kakai (refer Gail) + Requires a porter - John Waki - Booking Reference ABJ3GV

8. Pat Vainerere (Australian Guide) - Ramsy Idau - Booking Reference ABJ3GV



Food Porters: Trophian Ovivi; Chris Yauga; Emmanuel Tofoambu



Scouts & Food Porters: Sione Orosambo and Brendan Buka



itinerary:



Day 1: 16th April - Port Moresby to Popondetta where you will be met by our staff and driven to Orohaven Pija Village to spend the night.

Day 2: 17th April - Orohaven Pija Village to Kokoda for the commencement of your trek. Overnight at Isurava Village

Day 3: 18th April - Isurava Village to Eora Creek

Day 4: 19th April - Eora Creek to 1900 Myola Junction

Day 5: 20th April - 1900 Myola Junction to Efogi

Day 6: 21st April - Efogi to Agulogo

Day 7: 22nd April - Agulogo to Ioribaiwa Village

Day 8: 23rd April - Ioribaiwa Village to Goodwater

Day 9: 24th April - Goodwater to Owers' Corner



Anzac Day at Bomana:



A general time line of the event is as follows:



0400 - 0420 General Public Arrives, Programs / Glowsticks handed out

0430 – VIP, Invited Guests seated / Mounting of Catafalque Party

0445 – Guest of Honour Arrives, greeted by President Pom RSL

0500 – Ceremony commences

0600 – 0615 – Guest of Honour Departs

0615 - Completion of Ceremony.



Further Info: We have been asked that our trekkers are at Bomana by 0420 and advised that the seated section is for VIP and Invited Guests only. The Royal Papua Yacht Club have once again offered up their facilities to provide a cooked breakfast at a cost - however they need to know how many will be attending. Prior to your trek from Port Moresby you will be asked if you plan to attend so we can advise them of how many will be attending.



Additional

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Cancellation

Duanne Smedley - Deposit Paid 07/09/2015 - Booking Reference ABJ3GV





Flight Details

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Melissa Hagan and Matt Connolly Flight Details

Arrival : Flight VA 0189, 15th April, 1:20pm

Depart : Flight 199, 26th April, 2:05pm



Judy Ruck & Chris Ruck Flight Details

Arrival : Flight VA 0189, 15th April, 1:20pm

Depart : Flight VA188, 25th April, 2:05pm



Andrew Fitness Flight Details

Arrival : Flight VA 0189, 15th April, 1:20pm

Depart : Flight VA188, 25th April, 2:05pm




John Pegus Flight Details

Arrival : Flight QF 349, 15th April, 1:50pm

Depart : Flight QF352, 26th April, 1:30pm
Private Trek - ANZAC Pilgrimage - Kokoda to Ower's

Date: 16 April 2016 - 25 April 2016

Private Anzac Trek - This trek has been created whereby you fly to the Oro Province on the 16th April and overnight at our base Orohaven Pija Retreat. On the 17th April you will begin your trek when you walk up to Isurava Village to spend your first night on the Kokoda Track. On the 24th April you will finish your trek when you walk through the Archway at Owers' Corner and be picked up by Kokoda Trekking staff and driven back to Port Moresby where you will overnight. The following day you will be driven out to Bomana War Cemetery for Anzac Day and either driven back to your accommodation or dropped off to the Royal Papuan Yacht Club as this is where the majority of trekkers from all different companies hang out on Anzac Day. Trek : 1028 - Guide Clement Harika



List of Trekkers:



1. Clint Whitehouse - Paid in Full 11/03/2016 - Booking Ref: ABHWQ2

2. Brett Hansen - Paid in Full 05/04/2016 - Booking Ref: ABHWQ2


3. Steven Leigjton + Requires a porter - Tony Ogonemi - Paid in Full 03/04/2016 - Booking Ref: ABHWQ2

4. Allan McPhail + Requires a porter - Kingsley Boropi - Paid in Full 16/03/2016 - Booking Ref: ABHWQ2

5. Lindsay Jones - Paid in Full 01/03/2016 - Booking Ref: ABHWQ2

6. Andrew Murphy - Paid in Full 07/03/2016 - Booking Ref: ABHWQ2

7. Brian Shields + Requires a porter - Johnsford Eroro - Paid in Full 01/03/2016 - Booking Ref: ABHWQ2

8. Rob Thomas + Requires a porter - Ivan Semie - Paid in Full 01/03/2016 - Booking Ref: ABHWQ4

9. Dan Ahern - Paid in Full 11/03/2016 - Booking Ref ABJ8WT

10. Nick Kenny - Paid in Full 06/03/2016 - Booking Ref: ABHWQ4




Possible Cancellation: Gavin Hoolihan + Requires a porter - Deposit $1000 paid 19/01/2016

Cancelled 21/3 - Robert Chapman + Requires a porter - Toto Kolongo - Paid in Full 02/03/2016 - Booking Ref: ABHWQ4



Food Porters: Chris Lahai; Tommy Bareo; Deshon Harika; Lenny Enjeka; Jimmy Ami



Pat Vainerere in charge of all 3 Anzac treks.



Scouts & Food Porters: Sione Orosambo and Brendan Buka



itinerary:



Day 1: 16th April - Port Moresby to Popondetta where you will be met by our staff and driven to Orohaven Pija Village to spend the night.

Day 2: 17th April - Orohaven Pija Village to Kokoda for the commencement of your trek. Overnight at Isurava Village

Day 3: 18th April - Isurava Village to Eora Creek

Day 4: 19th April - Eora Creek to 1900 Myola Junction

Day 5: 20th April - 1900 Myola Junction to Efogi

Day 6: 21st April - Efogi to Agulogo

Day 7: 22nd April - Agulogo to Ioribaiwa Village

Day 8: 23rd April - Ioribaiwa Village to Goodwater

Day 9: 24th April - Goodwater to Owers' Corner



Anzac Day at Bomana:



A general time line of the event is as follows:



0400 - 0420 General Public Arrives, Programs / Glowsticks handed out

0430 – VIP, Invited Guests seated / Mounting of Catafalque Party

0445 – Guest of Honour Arrives, greeted by President Pom RSL

0500 – Ceremony commences

0600 – 0615 – Guest of Honour Departs

0615 - Completion of Ceremony.



Further Info: We have been asked that our trekkers are at Bomana by 0420 and advised that the seated section is for VIP and Invited Guests only. The Royal Papua Yacht Club have once again offered up their facilities to provide a cooked breakfast at a cost - however they need to know how many will be attending. Prior to your trek from Port Moresby you will be asked if you plan to attend so we can advise them of how many will be attending.



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Flight Details :

8 trekker arriving :

Arrival : Flight VA 0189, 15th April, 1:20pm



2 trekkers

Arrival : Flight QF 349, 15th April, 1:50pm
Kokoda Fast Trek - Kokoda to Owers' Corner

Date: 11 April 2016 - 16 April 2016

Open Papua New Guinean guided Trek. This trek will commence when you are flown over to the Oro Province on the 11th of April where you will be met by our staff and taken to Orohaven Pija Retreat for morning tea. Later you will be driven to Kokoda where you will meet your team of porters and will commence your walk later that day. Your trek will finish when you walk off the track at Owers' Corner on the 16th of April. Trek 1047 - Guide - Cyprian Haera



List of Trekkers:

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1. Jayde Grimes + Requires a porter - Pescol Kageni - Meal Plan: Other - Paid in Full 04/03/2016 - Booking Reference - ABHWP5

2. Amber Tyrrell + Requires a porter - Lancelot Geroia - Meal Plan: Other - Paid in Full 04/03/2016 - Booking Reference - ABHWP5




Food Porters: Leon Orosambo; Noel Idau



Additional

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Jayde Grimes & Amber Tyrrell Flight Details

Arrive : Flight VA 189, Sunday 10th April, 1:20pm

Depart : Flight QF 352, Sunday 16th April, 1:30pm




Please note: We apologise for having to turn this trek around and fly you over to the Oro Province to commence your trek but heavy rain has seen a few flights cancelled lately and if walking in the opposite direction there could be a chance of not making the flight or getting stuck in Popondetta.
Kokoda Fast Trek - Kokoda - Owers' Corner

Date: 9 April 2016 - 14 April 2016

Open Papua New Guinean guided Trek. This trek will commence when you are flown over to the Oro Province and walk from Kokoda on the 9th April. The trek will finish when you walk off the track at Owers' Corner on the morning of the 14th April where you will be transported back to Port Moresby - Trek 1044 - Guide Clement Harika



List of Trekkers:

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1. Stephen McCarthy + Requires a porter - Ramsy Idau - Paid in Full 09/03/2016 - Booking Ref: ABHWNS

2. Norm Howe + Requires a porter - Jessie Aire - Paid in Full 11/02/2016 - Booking Ref: ABHWNS


3. Simon Birinder + Requires a porter - Chris Yauga - Paid in Full 15/03/2016 - Booking Ref: ABHWNS



Food Porters: Cyprian Aire; Cliff Taimbari; Slimmy Sairo



Flight Details:

Simon Brinder: Arriva - PX093 8 April at 13:10 hs - from Cairns.

Departure from PNG - flight PX084 on 15 April at 10:00 hs (travelling to Honiara)



Stephen McCarthy & Norm Howe Flight Details

Arrive : Flight QF 197, 8th April, 18.00 (6:00pm).





Itinenary:



9th - Pom to Popondetta then to Kokoda and walk to Deniki

10th - Deniki to Eora Creek

11th - Eora Creek to Naduri

12th - Naduri to Menari

13th - Menari to Ioribaiwa

14th - Ioribaiwa to Owers' Cnr




Additional

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Klaus Wilde + Requires a porter - Deposit Paid 11/01/2016 - Cancellation Date 25/02/2015


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