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Take a trip to Papua

Papua is a land of mystery and wonder. Every corner conceals unique natural and cultural treasures. Explore the caves of Jayapura, attend lively traditional festivals, and be dazzled by the diversity of traditions and customs of the different Papuan tribes.
Admire the rice terraces, traditional villages and meet the local tribes. Continuing your journey, discover the pristine beaches of the Raja Ampat islands. Dive into this veritable marine sanctuary and discover extraordinary marine biodiversity. Explore tropical islands, colorful reefs and mysterious shipwrecks, accompanied by the graceful dance of manta rays.
And don't miss Lorentz Park. Here you can admire snow-capped peaks, glaciers and landscapes lost in the immensity of the rainforest.

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Five ideas for guided tours in Papua

  • Baliem Valley

    In the heart of Papua’s majestic mountains lies the home of the traditional Dani, Lani and Yali tribes, offering travelers an immersion in an ancestral way of life.
    From the moment you arrive in the Baliem Valley, you’ll be captivated by the wild beauty of the surrounding countryside. Green rice paddies stretch as far as the eye can see. The towering mountains, shrouded in mysterious mists, add a touch of mysticism to the already spellbinding atmosphere. But it’s meeting the local tribes that will make your stay unforgettable. Immerse yourself in their rich culture and discover their ancestral traditions. The Dani, famous for their traditional outfits adorned with colorful feathers, will warmly welcome you to their villages.

  • Pantai Base G

    If you’re looking for a travel destination that combines nature, culture and history, look no further than Pantai Base G. This magnificent beach is just 10 km from Jayapura, the capital of Papua province. It offers an idyllic setting for relaxation, swimming and sunbathing. But Pantai Base G isn’t just a beach. It’s also a place steeped in history, which played an important role during the Second World War. Indeed, it was here that American forces established their administrative headquarters in 1944, during their campaign against the Japanese. You can still see remnants of that era, such as bunkers, cannons and commemorative plaques.

  • Madang

    If you’re dreaming of discovering an authentic, culturally rich destination, Madang is the place for you. This port town on the north coast of Papua New Guinea offers exceptional views of the Bismarck Sea. Madang is renowned for its white sand beaches, multicolored coral reefs and incredible biodiversity. It’s also a place steeped in history, where you can admire the German colonial heritage and the local traditions of the Papuan tribes. Here are a few ideas of places to visit during your stay.
    – Madang market: the ideal place to soak up the atmosphere and flavours of the city. You’ll find exotic fruits, fresh vegetables, spices, flowers, handicrafts and souvenirs.
    Madang Bay: a paradise for scuba divers and snorkelers. You can explore the seabed with its tropical fish, turtles, sharks and dolphins. You’ll be amazed by the beauty and diversity of the corals, which form a veritable underwater garden.
    Ramu River National Park: this national park is located around 50 km south-west of Madang. It is home to a tropical forest, where you can observe exceptional flora and fauna. You’ll see rare birds such as the bird of paradise and the cassowary, monkeys, crocodiles, giant butterflies and wild orchids. You can also go hiking, horse-riding or rafting on the river.

  • Mount Hagen

    Mount Hagen offers a unique experience for hiking and mountaineering enthusiasts. As you climb its steep slopes, you’ll be rewarded with breathtaking panoramas, where verdant valleys stretch as far as the eye can see and snow-capped peaks stand proudly in the sky. Each step brings you closer to the fulfillment and serenity that reign at the summit.
    The diversity of flora and fauna in the Mount Hagen region is simply fascinating. As you climb, you’ll be surrounded by a profusion of exotic plants, colorful flowers and endemic species.
    After a full day’s exploration, relax in the natural hot springs dotted around the area. Plunge into the warm waters and let relaxation permeate every fiber of your being, recharging you for the adventures to come.

  • Doini Island

    Do you dream of discovering an island paradise, far from mass tourism and pollution? Then let me tell you about Doini Island, an unmissable jewel in Oceania. Located in south-east Papua New Guinea, this small island of 4 km2 offers a dream setting: white sandy beaches lined with coconut palms, crystal-clear turquoise water, lush rainforest and impressive relief.
    Doini Island, also known as Blanchard Island, has preserved its authenticity and cultural richness. Here you can meet the local Tolais people, who will welcome you with warmth and generosity. They’ll show you their way of life, their traditions and their dances. You can also visit their village, schools and churches.
    Doini also offers a wide range of leisure activities to suit all tastes and abilities. If you prefer hiking, you can explore the forest and its trails, in search of rare birds and wild orchids. You can also climb to the top of Mount Doini, 300 meters above sea level, for a panoramic view of the island and its surroundings.

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