Huli Wigmen in costume, Papua New Guinea
Huli Wigmen perform at a sing sing at Ambua Lodge in the Southern Highlands of Papua New Guinea.
The Huli are an indigenous people that live in the Southern Highlands of Papua New Guinea. Latest estimates put their numbers at around 150,000, while they have been living in the area where they now reside for about 1000 years. They speak Huli and Tok Pisin, and some also speak English.