Kemase Playing Its Part In Tourism
Kemase Tourism Service’s major tourist attraction product over the years since establishment in 2005 is sight-seeing or eco-tourism.
According to Kemase Tourism Service founder Lincoln Kisuma, almost 2000 tourists from all around the world have travelled to Papua New Guinea and onto the Lufa district in the Eastern Highlands to visit the ancient caves and rocks that hold the myths and legends of Kemase.
In addition, the tourism stakeholder in the province will now be venturing into some innovations of its own with the coming of the inaugural Numu-Kemase mini tourism cultural show scheduled to be held on September 12, before the annual Goroka Show from September 13 to 15.
Mr Kisuma said the mini show will feature various singsing groups not only from Lufa but other districts from the Eastern Highlands, showcasing the diversified cultures including the famous Asaro Mudman.
The show will also feature some milestones with the official opening of the Kemase trek, launch of the PNG Tourism Promotion Authority projects, and the Kemase five-year development plan.
“We are expecting a good number of tourists to attend the mini show and so far I have got word that 18 tourists are confirmed to attend,” Kisuma said.
“PNGTPA regards Kemase as a growing tourism stakeholder in the Eastern Highlands and we want to play our role in the general development of the tourism industry in the country.
Kisuma said he will seek additional funds from the EHP Governor’s office, Lufa MP and PNGTPA as well to ensure to mini show is a success.
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