“THE TRIP IS NOT RECOMMENDED UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES”. This is how the text begins, through which the Spanish Ministry of Foreign Affairs gives “suggestions” on its website for the intrepid travelers who may consider traveling to the remote lands of Melanesia, in the South Pacific. Lands inhabited by ancestral tribes with a Cannibal origin as real as the adventure that, despite the recommendations, Paco Acedo has lived for a month and a half traveling alone mountains, oceans and villages anchored in time and as taken from a book by Jules Verne . The passion to explore remote corners of the planet goes far beyond a specific environment and this time Paco Acedo, a member of the Spanish Geographical Society and passionate about the polar regions has changed his usual exploration diving under the oceans and frozen lakes of the planet his second great passion, the remote and ancestral South Pacific. The Solomon Islands and Papua New Guinea (which has nothing to do neither by location nor by culture with Equatorial Guinea in Africa), were their home during this solo adventure whose objectives were to dive into wrecks and submerged remains of the Battle of Guadalcanal during World War II, but above all, sit face to face with tribes of the Solomon Islands and the highlands of Papua New Guinea discovered not one hundred years ago and which still preserve that wild essence and Cannibal that the “supposed” evolution of humans makes dissapear, however the legends about cannibalism still permeate this region in which, officially, the great-grandparents of the current inhabitants were the last to practice cannibalism and necrophagy. HISTORY, DISCOVERY, CULTURE and EXPLORATION as basic pillars of the adventure faced alone by PACO ACEDO.