Ulumani Treetops Rainforest Lodge

Ulumani Treetops Rainforest Lodge

Wagawaga Village, Milne Bay Province, Alotau 211 Papua New Guinea
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Wagawaga Village, Milne Bay Province, Alotau 211 Papua New Guinea
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kingfishers16 wrote a review Mar 2020
Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei Darussalam26 contributions11 helpful votes
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Before we even arrived at Ulumani, Warren was so helpful with logistics and answered our questions promply and gave us the information we needed. Warren picked my family and I up from Alotau and took us across the bay in his boat, accompanied by his lovely daughter Dali Delsie. On arrival at Wagga Wagga, Warren took us on a walk to look at the village school and the 200 year old rain tree, before taking us up to Treetops. We stayed in the cottage at the top of the hill, which was a perfect size for our family (two adults and two children aged 14 and 11). The view from the verandah, looking across the bay to Alotau was stunning and having the choice of being able to cook in the self contained kitchen was great. Treetops grounds are stunning and well kept. Our daughters spent a lot of time outside, playing on the grass with the friends they made in Warren's family. The rainforest surrounding Ulumani Treetops is a wonderful place to go for a walk and there are opportunities for birding. Warren also took us on a trip to see the Raggiana bird of Paradise. Each day we opted to have dinner (you can have all three meals if you chose), which was cooked by Waren's sister Lilly and his wife Cathy. We throughly enjoyed the meals, which were mainly local produce and traditional Papua New Guinean food.

We did a few trips, our first being snorkelling down in Wagawaga and snorkelling at the ship wreck. We managed to spot a seahorse close to the shore and lots of fish on the wreck. The wreck was an interesting place to snorkel after reading about the history of the wreck, displayed on the cottage wall. After swimming and snorkelling there was a chance to wash off at a fresh water stream where we also met a friendly eel. We visited several coral reefs to snorkel, where the visibility was clear and the coral was colourful and vibrant with different a range of sea creatures.

We felt we could have stayed on and on at Ulumani Treetops, as it's such a relaxing place and Warren and his family, made us feel at home. We throroughly recommend this destination and lodge for a wonderful Papua New Guinean experience. We can't say enough for the effort Warren and his family made to make our stay as enjoyable as possible, from bringing us fresh fruit daily to ensuring our excursions were memorable experiences. We learnt a lot from Warren and his family about the local culture and the family involved our girls in a traditional sing sing (dance). We left Ulumani Treestops, feeling that we'd had an experience of a lifetime and that we were leaving behind family. We hope one day to return.
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Date of stay: December 2019
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
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Room Tip: There's a long house for the backpackers, the bunglaow which is half way up the hill and then...
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Response from Warren D, Owner at Ulumani Treetops Rainforest Lodge
Responded 14 Apr 2020
Thank you Ali and Andy for your sweet comments. We are very pleased to have you and your lovely daughters . It's a pleasure to show you what we have.
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maxman98 wrote a review Jun 2023
Hannover, Germany11 contributions
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
We stayed for a week and had a blast. Living in the village, we became a part of the family. With heaps on activities (bush walks, snorkeling around WWII wrecks, kayaking or bird watching) and great local food, there is no other replace you have to be once you’re here!
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Date of stay: June 2023Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: Arrange pickup with Warren directly, otherwise I guess it will not really be possible to find it
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Carl M wrote a review Jun 2016
25 contributions6 helpful votes
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
My wife and I stayed at Ulumani Treetops Rainforest Lodge for one memorable week during our first trip to PNG. Warren and his extended family made us feel very special. Warren picked us up from the airport as had been arranged by email and we stayed in the cottage. It is fully screened and fully furnished. We chose to have all our meals provided but there is a stove, fridge and cutlery and utensils supplied if you want to do your own cooking. The cooked meals were varied and highlighted the local cooking traditions; they were tasty and were delivered to our cottage by the ladies. Each day we had something different, including fish, chicken, several kinds of sweet potato and taro, several other vegetables including carrots, a local variety of spinach and cooked green bananas, fresh eggs, rice and mud crabs. We had the sweetest pawpaw I have ever tasted, ripe sugar bananas and passionfruit. On the first day, Warren’s nephew John picked us 4 fresh coconuts. You’ll never go hungry at Ulumani!

Apart from the spectacular views across Milne Bay, the other main benefit of staying at Ulumani is the chance to meet local people. As custodians of this beautiful part of Milne Bay, Warren and his family are very knowledgeable and were happy to answer all of our questions. We learnt more about PNG life from our friendly conversations than we could ever learn from the internet.

Warren took us on a canoe trip up the Dawadawa River which is normally off limits to visitors, but as Warrens family own land upstream he has permission. He showed us an enormous fig tree which he said reminded him of the tree from the movie “Avatar”. He described the gradual changes to the river and the surrounding wildlife over the last 30 years which are the result of increased population.

Warren also took us fishing – trolling from his boat and bottom fishing for reef fish.

I realised my childhood dream to see Birds of Paradise. Warren has a relative who owns an area of rainforest near Ulumani which has not been cleared for oil palms nor logged. It contains a tree which is used every day by Raggiana Bird of Paradise. The spectacular male birds dance at the top of the tree to impress the females. Warren took us twice to see these birds and although it was raining on both days, I could see them and got some photos. The best part of this tour was learning that Warren pays the landowner a “visit fee” which provides an incentive to preserve the trees.

A visitor to Ulumani can have a wonderful time just exploring the rainforest surrounds. The land is steep in places, but there is a network of narrow hiking tracks which go past running creeks, huge trees, gardens, coconut and cacao plantations. I heard many species of birds and saw colourful spiders, skinks, fungi and even a python. The cottage has a double bed with a mosquito net, 3 other single beds and a verandah with a comfortable lounge and an outdoor table. We spent a lot of time just relaxing and enjoying the view. Mosquito coils are available if the breeze drops and the mosquitos start to visit.

If you are looking for a relaxing and safe visit to a beautiful part of PNG and a chance to meet and support local people, then I recommend staying at Ulumani.
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Date of stay: June 2016
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: The cottage is highest up the hill so quieter.
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Response from Warren D, Manager at Ulumani Treetops Rainforest Lodge
Responded 4 Jul 2016
Thank you Carl for your wonderful comments. You and your wife have encourage us to keep looking after our rainforest in the back yard to bring more birds for our guests to see.
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elsvandael wrote a review Jul 2015
Antwerp, Belgium6 contributions3 helpful votes
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Warren and his family are very kind people. Best food ever (I think we've gained 3kg ☺), spacious and clean bungalow & lovely chats with Warren. Great snorkeling, beautiful waterfall & the bird of paradise! We absolutely recommend this place. Dries & Els
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Date of stay: May 2015Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Responded 2 Aug 2015
Thank you Dries and Els for your wonderful review on Ulimani.
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John V wrote a review Jan 2015
Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea1 contribution3 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
My family group stayed at treetops in December for a few days. The cottage is fully self contained with spectacular views over the bay.. It is set well up the hillside and is in its own rainforest surroundings. Meals provided if required. Wonderfully friendly and helpful people and unobtrusive administration. A great getaway from the daily hustle. Excellent value. If you are looking for an upmarket all mod cons hotel this is not the place for you. If you are looking for a getaway in lovely peaceful surroundings - it is.. .. .
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Date of stay: December 2014
5.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
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Trip type: Travelled with family
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Response from Warren D, Owner at Ulumani Treetops Rainforest Lodge
Responded 1 Mar 2015
Thank you John for your sweet comment. It's always hard to make everyone happy when there are more guest but we try our very best to make them happy. When they are happy, we are happy too.
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Eva_O wrote a review Apr 2014
Vienna, Austria103 contributions39 helpful votes
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
Contact: Warren Dipole (+675) 71898150
www.pngbackpacker.com

Warren has started with a backpackers house, but since he built the bungalow and the cottage this place offers „eco-luxury“ at it’s best. I stayed most comfortably in the bungalow (K250,-/N) for 5 nights: insect screens plus mosquitonets, a standing fan (which I never used, since it’s cooler here compared to Alotau, and the bungalow gets air from all 4 sides), a well equipped little kitchen with fridge, gas stove, electric water heater, plus HOT water 24h, electricity from 5-23pm, giving me enough time to recharge my gear.
You could also choose from staying in a room in the „warhouse“ for K95,- pP/Night, which is built like one of the traditional warhouses where men used to gather before they went headhunting. With the exception that this house offers 8 rooms, a great terrace with seaview and a licensed bar selling ice cold beer.
The top choice would be the cottage, sleeping up to 5 for K 350,- which I was happily „inspecting“ before new arrivals checked in. Warrens sister Kuwelo decorated the houses with flowers in a very artisian and tasteful way.

Credit cards (Visa, Mastercard, American Express) are accepted!

Preordered meals are excellent and will be charged separatly. Like me, most guests also prepare their own meals. I could use the community kitchen, too, which was nice. If you like REAL coffee, bring some ground beans along, since my kitchen also had a coffee pot with filter, and PNG coffee is a treat.

Ulumani Treetops is located opposite of Alotau, about 1 hour by car or 40 minutes by PMV boat/dinghy (K7) leaving from the market wharf „the market jetti“ daily except Sunday around 3 to 5pm. (PMV= public transport vehicle) leaving Waga Waga to Alotau before 7am. From the beach it is a very pleasant, easy 30 minute walk (if there would not be the luggage to carry), only the last 100 meters up to the lodge are steep.

It is wise to call ahead, so Warren could pick you up from the beach, since if he is out there is no other car to get you. If you prefer to be picked up in Alotau town or from the airport price is K 150,- one way.

The 1 hour ride by car from Alotau gives you a good sight at the monotonous oil palm plantations working their way up the rainforest and you might choose to avoid buying products using palm oil after you have seen that ... You will also pass a Malaysian owned sawmill, there to chop down as much timber as quickly as possible.
I appreciated Warrens attidute and his knowledge about nature and his deep love to the place he is happy to call his home and where he was born and raised.

It is a great place to stay even for the less agile or adventures travellers, since you are as close to nature as you could comfortably get. Sitting on my bungalow terrace I could watch (and listen!) to swarms of hornbills, many kind of parrots and cockatoos, brahminy kite eagles, flying foxes (fruit bats) and their much smaller relatives. The beautiful set garden seems to attract all butterflies from the neighboring rainforest, and I am talking about the BIG colorfull species.
It is also a nice place to take kids, but, in my opinion, only if they are able to respect the enviroment (in harsher words: if the kids / their parents understand, that destruction does not add to future enjoyment and that catching/killing of animals is as bad as collecting any plants).

Power is provided by the generator from approximately 5-11pm, giving you plenty of time to recharge your gear. Digicel Mobile reception is very good, if your mobile device is already connected with mobile internet you could work and play in your virtual world. Warren can also provide you with tickets to access the WIFI (these need to be purchased from Alotau). The WiFi INTERNET CONNECTION here is very good BY FAR THE BEST since I arrived in PNG 3 weeks ago.

There is a small market closeby, where (beside the omnipresent betelnuts) some fruits might be available. Warrens family also grows quiet a varity of fruit an vegetables, just ask them. They made me so happy to take the effort to get me my absolute favorite drink: coconuts!

Warren will arrange for activities and organize guides for you.

Don’t miss the oportunitie to watch birds of paradise. If you are willing to get up very early morning, you will be rewarded with an almost 100% guarantee to spot these most beautiful birds. I saw about a dozen males and females! Only in Jan/Feb it’s a less attractive thing to do, since the bird will loose their feathers.

A lovely full day tour will take you walking along the coast in the shade of trees to the Dawa Dawa river, where you will be taken on the river by canue close tot he river bank so you will be in the shade most of the time. You will be out in the sun for about 20 Minutes each way, when walking on the beach before reaching the Dawa Dawa River. It’s an easy walk passing quiet villages with friendly people, but there are many streams to cross (I don’t mind getting wet feet :) Barnaba was my guide and his nice Theresa was paddling the canoe which was decided on spontanously and it was very enjoyable to have this young energetic woman on a „girls only“ trip on the river.

A most pleasant half day tour through the rainforest up to Madiani river where I enjoyed a bath in the natural pool under the waterfall. This hike is a bit more challenging.

In November, when the Milne Bay Canoe and Kundu Festival is held, Warren can take you on his boat to watch the excitement on sea. This will allow much better views plus avoiding city heat.

The very pleasant walk to the beach will take about 30 minutes. There is a small village there (no shops), a school and a wreck from WWII just 30 Meters from the beach with good snorkeling.
As in most parts of PNG females should wear a short and a shirt over their bathing suit to respect the locals also enjoying the beach. I am travelling solo and can tell: it does make a difference.

HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!
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Date of stay: April 2014
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
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5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled solo
Room Tip: The cottage has the very best "treetops views"
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Response from Warren D, Manager at Ulumani Treetops Rainforest Lodge
Responded 16 Jun 2014
Thank you very much for your kind words and detailed description. It was a pleasure having you stay with us and we look forward to you returning sometime soon!
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Paul W wrote a review Jan 2014
Brisbane, Australia30 contributions19 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Our family recently stayed in the Cottage at Ulumani Tree Tops. Warren and his staff made our stay a wonderful experience! We got to see our first Bird of Paradise in the wild and were amazed by the amount of unique Orchids to be see, Our kids had a great time being immersed in local village life. Accomodation was comfortable and the food was tasty. Recommend!
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Date of stay: January 2014
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4.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
4.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled with family
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Response from Warren D, Manager at Ulumani Treetops Rainforest Lodge
Responded 19 Jul 2014
Thank you Paul for the supportive comments we will fix up the areas which need improvement. Warren
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ryangear wrote a review Sept 2019
Brisbane, Australia12 contributions2 helpful votes
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
A friend and I stayed at Ulumani for just shy of 3 weeks in the war house. I have travelled extensively, and it is one of the great, if not the greatest, experiences that I have had. If you are planning a trip to PNG, then I can't recommend Ulumani enough. I will go into further detail in the following paragraphs about why I think it's one of the best places around.

The people: Warren and his family are some of the nicest and most hospitable people you will ever meet. The lodge is located within their village, Wagawaga, which is set in a beautiful tropical setting. Warren's family constantly provided us with copious amounts of fresh fruit direct from their garden. The area surrounding the village is also completely safe and we never felt unsafe in the village or in town, even for a second. The people are a big part of what makes this place so special!

The environment: The lodge is surrounded by beautiful tropical gardens that are expertly manicured by Moses the gardener. As you can see from the pictures, the gardens are a bounty of tropical flowers that harbor countless stunning butterflies and birds. Warren also cares deeply about protecting the environment and is passionate about educating the local populace.

The activities: There are so many fun activities to do around Ulumani that we simply didn't have time to do it all in 3 weeks. However, we did a lot, including a trip to see the Reggiana bird of paradise in the wild, hiking up the mountain to an observation rock used by the forefathers, hiking to a beautiful waterfall and exploring Milne Bay. There is also a ship wreck just off the shore at the local village that provides excellent snorkeling. We saw many beautiful corals and fish, including colourful tusk and clown fish. There are many more activities on offer that I will do on a return trip.

The cost: If you are considering a trip to PNG then you already know that, in relation, it's an expensive country to travel to. Despite this, staying at Ulumani is affordable with different accomodation options for different budgets. Food is also relatively cheap with a local market only a short walk away and the larger shops in Alotau only a short drive. The activities will also cost money; however, most of this money goes to the local land holders as an incentive for keeping their respective places in a good, natural condition. In my opinion, the money you spend at either the local market or on local activities, is the best way to support the local community.

I also wanted to make a note about security, as Alotau received numerous bad reports in the media towards the end of last year. Despite this, I never felt or saw anything that made me feel even slightly unsafe. While there are certainly some areas which aren’t as safe, like there is anywhere in the world, Warren has in depth and up to date knowledge of the security situation. The areas surrounding his village are completely safe and if you wish to venture further afield, Warren will only take you to areas which he is 100% confident that they are safe.

If you are interested in staying at Ulumani and require more information, please don't hesitate to contact me. In summary, I can’t recommend this place enough and I can’t wait to return!
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Date of stay: July 2019
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Room Tip: While all the rooms have great views, the cottage is further up the hill and provides the best...
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Response from Warren D, Owner at Ulumani Treetops Rainforest Lodge
Responded 14 Apr 2020
Thank you Ryan and Coen for your long stay with us. We had a guest that stayed with us through your recommendation and we hope to have more in the future.
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Lee K wrote a review Nov 2017
Melbourne, Australia8 contributions3 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Warren was delightful and extremely helpful. We went for a great bush walk and because it was festival time we were incredibly lucky to see some traditional dance and canoes. A really special time with wonderful people
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Date of stay: November 2017Trip type: Travelled with family
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Responded 15 Nov 2017
Thank you Lee I really appreciate your review.
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ImeldaBythebeach wrote a review Aug 2016
Yamba, Australia6 contributions2 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Lovely place to stay. Beautiful location in the forest. Warren and his family are warm, friendly and take good care of their guests. Warren's commitment to his community and the environment is to be commended.
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Date of stay: July 2016
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Response from Warren D, Manager at Ulumani Treetops Rainforest Lodge
Responded 17 Aug 2016
Thank you Imelda and Grant for your lovely comment. We look forward to having more guests through this kind of comments which will encourage us to protect our natural environment for others to come and enjoy.
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maxman98 wrote a tip Jun 2023
Hannover, Germany11 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Arrange pickup with Warren directly, otherwise I guess it will not really be possible to find it"
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kingfishers16 wrote a tip Mar 2020
Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei Darussalam26 contributions11 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"There's a long house for the backpackers, the bunglaow which is half way up the hill and then the cottage is at the top."
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ryangear wrote a tip Sept 2019
Brisbane, Australia12 contributions2 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"While all the rooms have great views, the cottage is further up the hill and provides the best views."
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Rad R wrote a tip Dec 2018
Seattle, Washington1 contribution1 helpful vote
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Top bungalo is supposedly the nicest. Middle one good but not quite as spectacular. Bunkhouse for more of a budget approach."
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Carol H wrote a tip Sept 2018
Alice Springs, Australia291 contributions126 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Cottage is the best and the highest."
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