Kokoda Trail

Walk the Kokoda Track

Walk through History, Culture and Rainforest with Kokoda Tribute. your Australian and Papuan Guides with you every step of the way.
Marty Hook has been walking the Kokoda Track since 2007, and has led treks along with his local guides from the Sogeri area since 2009.

Our treks take place during the dry season in Papua New Guinea, which spans from June to August. We are delighted to accommodate custom dates based on your preferences. Feel free to let us know your preferred timeframe, and we’ll work to arrange a trek that perfectly suits your schedule.

PDF form below contains the application process, as well as the information about the Kokoda Track trek.


  1. Personal carrier if you have chosen to have your pack carried. Pack size needs to be a minimum of 85 litres.
  2. Your carriers personal gear will also be carried in this pack. Your gear should be no more than 14 g.
  3. Group carriers. Our group carriers will carry all of our supplies and equipment.
  4. Personal 2-man tent.
  5. 2 nights’ accommodation in Sogeri including dinner and breakfast, and lunch on our return from Kokoda.
  6. Airfare from Popondeta to Port Moresby at the conclusion of the trek.
  7. Kokoda Track Authority trekking permit.
  8. Trek food – All meals on the Track. Breakfast, lunch and dinner.
  9. Village and campsite fees on the Track.
  10. Airport transfers to Sogeri and back to Port Moresby.
  11. Road transport to Owers Corner to start the trek, and transport to Popondeta at the conclusion of the trek.
  12. Satellite phone (for emergency use only).
  13. Group first aid kit
  14. Ropes for river crossings if required.

Embark on an unforgettable journey through history, culture, and lush rainforests with Kokoda Tribute. Immerse yourself in the spirit of the Kokoda Track starting from just $4,600 inc. GST.

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Kokoda Track Itinerary

* Please note all meals from dinner on Day 1 to breakfast on Day 11 are included.

Day 1

Arrive Port Moresby and visit the Bomana War Cemetery before heading to our accommodation in Koitaki.

Day 2

Walk to Ua-ale Creek 6 to 7 hours

Day 3

Ua – ale Creek to Nauro Village 9 to 10 hours

Day 4

Nauro Village to Menari Village – 5 to 6 hours

Day 5

Menari Village to Naduri Village via Brigade Hill and Efogi and Lanamu Villages. 9 to 10 hours

Day 6

Naduri Village to Bomber’s Camp, and visit to the Myola lakes. 6-7 hours

Day 7

Bomber’s Camp to Eora Creek campsite.7 to 8 hours

Day 8

Eora Creek to Isurava Battlefield. 3 to 4 hours , and tour of the Battlefield.

Day 9

Isurave Battlefield to Kokoda. 7 to 8 hours, and the completion of the Track.

Day 10

Transport to Popondetta and flight to Port Moresby, transfer back to Koitaki for a well earned rest.

Day 11

Transfers and Return flights to Brisbane from Jacksons Airport, Port Moresby.

Equipment list for Kokoda Track Trek

  1. Day Pack – 40 litre
  2. 3 litre Camelbak
  3. 1 litre unbreakable drink botle
  4. Sleeping bag rated to minus 5 C as light as possible.
  5. Thermarest sleeping mat
  6. Trekking shirt
  7. Trekking pants
  8. Long sleeved shirt for night-time
  9. Long pants for night time (lightweight tracksuit pants)
  10. One pair of thermals
  11. Beanie
  12. Lightweight long sleeve fleece top
  13. Waterproof jacket
  14. 3 pairs of socks
  15. 3 pairs of underwear
  16. 1 pair of bike shorts or similar. (These help prevent chaffing )
  17. One pair of strap on sandals (Tevas are ideal)
  18. One pair of runners
  19. Waterproof bag. It needs to be big enough to contain your clothes and sleeping bag.
  20. One pair of worn in walking boots
  21. 2 Spare laces for your boots
  22. One pair of gaiters (ankle high with no straps are fine )
  23. Trekking pole
  24. Hat and sunglasses
  25. Lightweight travel towel
  26. Mess tinn, cup, knife, fork and spoon
  27. Head torch with spare batteries

Visual Highlights

Get a glimpse of our destination’s best moments, featuring snapshots of the unique charm and experiences you’ll encounter.

Contact Us

Have questions or want to learn more about the trekking program? Feel free to call 0407 314 526 or send an email below.

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