Lae, in Papua New Guinea, is famous for its breathtaking scenery, pine trees, volcanoes, boasts on its outskirts a beautiful century-old rainforest, fertile valleys and amazing remnants of artillery from World War II. This is the second-largest city of the country has strong industrial base and numerous tourist attractions. Located in the Huon Gulf, which is on the northern coast of the country, Lae lies close to the Markham River, making it an exclusive location for varied natural and picturesque attractions.
This city has a wealth of many attractions including the well-maintained botanical gardens, the rainforest with amazing and rare wildlife and the not to miss Lae War Cemetery. A beautiful vacation destination, this city is a hub of the most thrilling and adventurous activities like rafting down the Watut River in the Kuper Ranger, hiking and trekking over the lush mountains, mountain biking and rock-climbing. The McAdam National Park is a must-site, offering rare species of flora and fauna with wide-ranging native and exotic plant species.