Enga Tourism Bureau Inc

Since its establishment,the Enga Tourism Bureau Inc plays a pivotal role in promoting and facilitating tourism activities within Enga Province. It serves as the central organization responsible for strategizing and implementing initiatives aimed at attracting visitors, boosting local economies, and preserving cultural heritage. Through comprehensive marketing campaigns, the Enga Tourism Bureau Inc showcases the unique attractions and experiences available to travelers, enticing them to explore the destination.

The Enga Tourism Bureau collaborates closely with various stakeholders, including hospitality establishments, tourism SMEs, tour operators, the PNG Tourism Promotion Authority, and governmental bodies. This concerted effort aims to improve infrastructure and services, ultimately enhancing the overall visitor experience. Through such collaboration, the bureau works to cultivate a positive reputation for the destination, fostering its appeal to travelers.

The Enga Tourism Bureau collaborate with educational institutions and cultural organizations to promote cultural exchange and heritage preservation. By supporting initiatives such as heritage tours, cultural festivals, and museum exhibitions, it showcases the rich history and traditions of the destination, enriching the visitor experience and fostering cross-cultural understanding.

Overall, the Enga Tourism Bureau Inc plays a multifaceted role in driving tourism growth, preserving cultural heritage, and promoting sustainable development. Through its efforts, it not only attracts visitors and stimulates economic activity but also contributes to the preservation and promotion of the destination’s unique identity and natural resources.

| L-R: Mr Sandis Tsaka, Sir Peter Ipatas, Ms Amanda Jackes & Mr Bill Hauritz at the signing of the MOU, Woodfordia 31st December 2023.

A significant partnership between Enga Province of Papua New Guinea (PNG) and Woodfordia Inc. the organization behind one of Australia’s largest gatherings of artists and performers, and the was announced at the recent Woodford Folk Festival (WFF), in Queensland, with the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU)




Twenty-five years of stable leadership and consistent administrative machinery have resulted in EPG attracting more foreign government and NGO donor agencies to invest in all sectors in the province. ’This has been our strength and a Key strategy for addressing our development agendas.

Chief Sir Peter Ipatas,GCL,KBE,MP
Governor, Enga Province