In the rugged region of Papua New Guinea’s Southern Highlands is a culture only recently known to the outside world.
It’s a place of ritual, deep culture and colour, where masculinity is nurtured and revered. Famed for the ornate wigs of its male residents and the bold face paints of tribal gatherings, it’s a unique destination that beckons to be explored.
Here’s a window into the culture of the Huli and the traditions they continue to uphold.
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