A GPS is essential to get around Kooluara Mountain Range in Papua New Guinea, and it may not be so useful for the locals.
As you can see from the images below, the terrain looks like a pretty bad place to be on a GPS, but it’s actually quite easy to find.
Here’s what you need to know to get there and get the best view of the Koolua Mountains.1.
You’ll need a smartphone to get here2.
The closest village is only 3km away3.
This mountain is not really in Koolwa, but in the middle of it4.
It is also not on the GPS map, but you can get an idea by looking for signsposting you’ll need to go to a nearby village5.
In order to get a better idea of what you’re looking at, you can look at the road signs posted on the road to the nearby village.6.
When you get there, be aware that the road is dirt.7.
Don’t expect to be able to see the mountain itself8.
If you’re a fan of high-speed road trips, you might want to consider visiting the Koori Mountain Range.
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