Papua Located in the eastern part of the island of Papua, Papua has the largest national park in Shouteast Asia, The park is Lorenttz National Park, one of Papua’s top tourist destinations.
Here, 5 Tourism Destinations in Papua :
Here it is, the largest lake in Papua which has a fantastic panorama and is the pride of the local community! Sentani Lake is located between Jayapura City and Jayapura Regency.
Visitors can enjoy the sunrise and sunset on the Sentani Lake. The lake with an area of 9,360 hectares is a source of water from 14 major rivers and small rivers.
Around this lake there are 21 small islands with green hills that spoil the eye.
2. Base-G Beach
In Papua, there is a beach that looks as beautiful as a painting, you know, it’s called Base-G. The origin of the name of this beach comes from the allied forces in World War II who made this beach a military base. Another name for this beach is Tanjung Ria Beach
3. Baliem Valley
The Baliem Valley is home to the Dani, Yali, and Lani tribes. Located around the Jayawijaya mountain, which is among the most beautiful mountains in Indonesia.
This valley has a low temperature, but commensurate with the scenery that can be seen along the way. The journey to the Baliem valley is difficult, however, we can reach it by plane from Jayapura city and head straight to the city of Wamena, the main city in the Baliem valley area.
The Baliem Valley is 27 km from the town of Wamena
4. Wafsarak Waterfall
The panorama of this 10 meter high waterfall is like a relaxing place in the middle of a beautiful forest. The sound of the swift waterfall can be heard from the side of the road because of its easily accessible location. The water in the waterfall pool is very clear making it suitable for swimming and playing in the water with children.
5. Raja Ampat
Who doesn’t know West Papua’s tourism champion, Raja Ampat? Thanks to the archipelagos like turtles that adorn the seas of Raja Ampat and the amazing beauty of the underwater gardens, the popularity of this tourist destination worldwide is a success!
The Raja Ampat Islands are located in Raja Ampat Regency, West Papua and cover an area of 4.6 million hectares! This area is home to 75% of the world’s marine life, you know! Raja Ampat deserves to be on your vacation list!
These are a number of tourist destinations in Papua and West Papua that must be included in your visit list.