goodmorningpapua.com – Fly all the way to Papua, guaranteed not to disappoint you. The natural charm of this end of the island of Indonesia is known to be extraordinarily beautiful and exotic.
Talking about Papua, of course, it’s not limited to Raja Ampat or Cenderawasih Bay. The two tours have always succeeded in attracting local and international tourists.
However, there are also a number of tourist recommendations in Papua that are no less beautiful and able to hypnotize tourists. Here are 6 travel recommendations, for those of you who are interested in ordering plane tickets to the land of Papua.
1. Lake Sentani
Enjoying the natural panorama on Lake Sentani is never boring. This lake not only presents beautiful scenery, but also cultural tourism.
Every year, there is a Lake Sentani Festival, to be precise in June. Through this festival, tourists can witness the arts from the land of Sentani.
2. Harlem Beach
The turquoise sea combined with white sand, makes anyone feel at home for long on Harlem Beach. Plus a lot of growing coconut trees, sago, and borne around the beach.
The sea water is so clear at Harlem Beach, an area 10 meters before approaching the shoreline, marine life and small fish can be clearly seen.
3. Bihewa Nabire Waterfall
Some call Bihewa Waterfall a hidden paradise in the land of Nabire. Because, the location of this waterfall is quite remote.
It is true that it is quite tiring to get to this natural tourist area. But all will be paid off when you feel the roar of the water, plus the green view of the trees. Having seven levels, Bihewa Nabire Waterfall has a height of about 40 meters.
4. Lake Paniai
The source of water for Lake Paniai comes from several major rivers, including the Ekadide and Koto rivers. The extent of the lake is getting more beautiful because it is surrounded by large mountains.
Even the hunters of instagramable spots don’t need to worry. The clear water combined with the visuals of the mountain makes it a perfect backdrop for posing in front of the camera.
5. Baliem Valley
The Baliem Valley invites tourists to get to know the indigenous Papuan tribe well. Yes, this area is known as the grand Baliem valley, where the Dani live in Wosilimo Village.
This area itself is located at an altitude of 1,600 meters above sea level. Surrounded by mountains, the scenery in the Baliem Valley is so beautiful and feels beautiful.
6. Bird Watching Isyo Hills
Exotic Cenderawasih birds are common in Papua. To enjoy the beauty of these birds, Bird Watching Isyo Hills can be the answer.
Visitors will be invited to see the natural habitat of Cenderawasih birds. In addition, there are also 84 bird species from 31 other families inhabiting Bird Watching Isyo Hills.