The Wamena Highlands

The Wamena Highlands : The Other Ultimate Trekkers’ Rendezvous Many have been captivated by the story of Shangri La. It is intriguing, appealing, and almost mystifying when chatting about it among travelers. Hidden among the rising 2,500-meter mountains in theBaliem Valley in central Papua, the town called Wamena, was hailed as the other Shangri La. Among […]
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Lorentz National Park

Lorentz National Park : South East Asia’s largest and complete World Heritage Site. Lorentz National Park represents the most complete ecosystem for biodiversity in either Southeast Asia or the Pacific. It is also one of only three tropical areas in the world that has a glacier. Stretching from snow-covered peaks (5,030 m asl) down to […]
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Lake Sentani

Lake Sentani : Introduction to Spectacular Papua Travel into inner Papua can be relaxing when commenced with a visit to Lake Sentani, a scenic beauty over glittering water located near Jayapura, capital city of Papua. The stillness of the water is most peaceful, evoking a peculiar wonder whether such a lake should indeed exist in […]
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Jayapura

Jayapura : Gate to Interior Papua and the Sentani Lake Festival Jayapura is today the capital city of Papua and  home to more than 100,000 people. The residents of this city come from many parts of Indonesia. Jayapura is located in East Papua and the starting point for many travelers wanting to make the adventurous […]
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Cendrawasih Bay National Park

Cendrawasih Bay National Park: Playground of the spotted Whaleshark The large Cendrawasih Bay National Park in the north of the island of Papua, otherwise known as Teluk Cenderawasih, includes Indonesia’s largest marine national park, and is one of the best dive-sites in the archipelago. Here are magnificent vertical drops, picturesque hard coral gardens, sponge life and […]
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