Trekking adventure Papua

Trekking adventure in the valleys of Papua – Indonesia

Explore Papua

The adventure is waiting for you in Papua!

The fact that you ended up on this page it means that you are an in love with distant and exotic places. Surely you already know that we are specialized in travel all over the world. At Sharewood we are the best at organizing adventure trips, surf camps, kitesurf camps and trekking on the five continents. And among the many options, we have in store for our customers there are our fantastic trips to Indonesia.

Indonesia is one of the exotic destinations that most draws upon the tourists’ attention. This is a completely insular country. This characteristic means that the country is probably one of the best options in the world for summer beach tourism. Also, we must not forget that Indonesia is in the middle of the Indian Ocean. This feature makes it ideal for a huge variety of water sports. In recent years, trips to Indonesia are the main option for surfers who want to try new waves and meet other fans from around the world. Many of the islands are also affected by constant winds and lash the beaches in various directions and intensities. Travel to Indonesia has become one of the best options for kiters from all over the world. Finally, its waters rich in life and coral reefs are among the best ever for diving lovers.
 

trekking adventure papua

 

What does Indonesia look like?

Among the 17,500 islands that make up the archipelago of Indonesia, there’s another type of active holiday that took the country by storm: trekking. The whole country is in fact made up of a volcanic atoll. There are many peaks that can be explored by bike or on foot. Moreover, in many cases lava has dug through centuries and formed tunnels and caves that attract countless caving enthusiasts every year.

Given the diversity of the myriad of islands, this country is a true heaven of outdoor activities. Often with the packages that we offer in Sharewood, we alternate excursions of the foot, bicycle and even by boat or with rafting, horseback riding and much more. As they used to say: “You can never step into the same river twice.”
The peoples famed for their warrior lifestyle and cannibalism became known to the world in the 1950s. Since the missionaries have arrived here more and more people come to know about the Baliem River valley tribal cultures.  Yet it is still a hidden and inaccessible nook of the world that has been only given by a handful of foreigners, to meet with the people who just emerged from the early stages of civilization. A travel like this can be complicated, and things might not go as planned, but it is a unique experience that lasts for a lifetime.

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