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Hiking Trails Of Kokoda And Black Cat, Papua New Guinea

#24 Hiking Trails Of Kokoda And Black Cat, Papua New Guinea

The fact that several people still choose to hike on the Kokoda and Black Cat trails is proof that some people just love to seek out danger! The entire hiking trail is over 60 miles long and is extremely humid, hot, and infested with leeches.

It takes a total of 6 days to finish the trek, and involves you having to swim, hike, and climb your way to the end. Several tourists suffer fractures, injuries, dehydration, and infections in the process. But that’s not the only reason it’s dangerous. 
Some hikers have reported being attacked by groups of people who were armed with machetes! One such incident that happened in September 2013 resulted in the death of two porters and serious injuries in seven other hikers. 
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