One of the unmissable and most notable things here is nature, without a doubt. The highlands of Western New Guinea are perched up highly, kissing the sky at altitudes of 1700 meters providing scenery for its visitors like no other.
But it’s not all about the steep and intimidating cliffs, but thick forests, birdlife and thatch-roof huts floating together with clouds and a Baliem River that divides the valley, all under protection o the law.
Perfect for trekking and hiking, nature‘s paths here are one of the least touched and less marked at the same time. That‘s why taking the Baliem Valley Tour is simply a must, because with the right guidance you will discover much more along the tribal trails.