baliem valley tour & festival 2018

Group Scheduled 
Duration                     :  05 Days – 04 Nights
Traveling  Date         :  07th  – 11th AUGUST 2018
Trip Level                  :  Easy
Participant                :  Max. 12 People
Accommodation       :  Very Simple Accommodation
Group Leader            :  English Speaking Guide.


Outline Itinerary

It is recommended to be arrive in Jayapura Papua at Sentani Airport latest at 08:00am but very recommended to be arrive one day earlier in Papua at Sentani Airport (Monday, August 6th). At the Airport meeting with other people of Group. From here you will be dropped directly to another gate for catch the another flight depart to Wamena with schedule at 10.20 AM. After lunch by car to Aikima  village to  explore the Local traditional people of baliem valley. Along the way you will find the Danis working in their sweet potatoes fields and will see their daily activities. Arrive at Suroba, walk through the pine forest, We will hike in 1-2 hours through the beautiful countryside and traditional houses of Dani people but you can not avoid a muddy & slippery path with single log bridge).

After breakfast,  we drive up to Syopkosi village with altitude above 1800 meters above the sea level to view of spectacular of Baliem Valley from high hills. From here we hike down through the foot of valley in approximately 2 hours to enjoy the beautiful nature and countryside of Dani People.  Lunch in Box is provided
After lunch proceed we drive to Kurulu direction in the central Baliem Valley where a very old mummy of the famous Dogum clan is proudly presented for your viewing. In the vicinity we will see more picturesque hamlets.

Baliem Valley Festival – As indicated in the calender that today is a for you to enjoy the Baliem Valley  Festival. The Baliem Valley Cultural Festival is a  very rare chance to witness clans from different indigenous tribes  displaying their culture and skills in tribal warfare, dance and  music. It is a truly unforgettable experience and a real once in a  lifetime opportunity. Lunch boxes will be provided in the festival place. Late afternoon drive back to Wamena.

After breakfast we will travel by chartered car to the location of the Baliem Valley festival (entrance fee to ther festival have included). The place where they hold the ceremony changes from year to year.  You will have a chance to see and enjoy these cultural festival for one day.  Lunch boxes will be provided in the festival place. Late afternoon drive back to Wamena for accommodation. Dinner will be on your account.

This morning you will catch a morning flight to Jayapura by at 06:15am (our breakfast at hotel might not be ready),  baggage allowed for this flight is only 10kg per  passenger. Direct connect flight to Sorong, Makasar, Jakarta or Denpasar.

Above program and itinerary is flexible or depend on local conditions, flights, weather, etc

Reservation/Booking is made Before May 30th    =   ???   US$ Per Person
Reservation/Booking is made Before May 30th    =   ???   US$ Per Person
Additional Charge for  Single Room (When Available)  =  ???  US$ Per Room

Included in The Tour Price

  • Internal flights: Jayapura/Wamena/Jayapura (return)
  • 4 Nights stay in the simple accommodation/Local Houses in the town
  • Meals as indicated above
  • All Tour, transfers In/Out
  • Land Transports to the villages
  • English-speaking guide
  • Entrance fees to Villages & Baliem Valley Festival
  • Necessary Travel Permits

Not Included in The Tour Price

  • All Insurance, Dinner in the town, Laundry, Telephone, Beverage
  • Photograph fee for local people and Other personal expenses.


Tour & Travel To Papua

Discover an unique culture and wonderful nature of Papua

with local tour operator Jefalgi Papua Tours is local papua travel agent is located in Jayapura-Papua offers the most exciting trip to baliem valley trekking, korowai adventure, asmat, raja ampat west papua,  mt trikora, whale sharks in cenderawasih bay, birds watching, flora & fauna with affordable prices on our Papua packages. All our papua tours must surely one of the most exciting tours available and certainly one of the most popular tours. All above activities can be done with your local travel agent and partner in Papua.


Baliem Valley Tours

Wamena was a point of departure for many expeditions. The Dani villages are visited by virtually every tourist who sets out in Papua. Some villages even show their original customs and hold mock wars. With us you can be in a face to face contact with Dani people. Dani build round or oval huts, and their villages are enclosed by fences. They are farmers, and their small fields are distinctly bordered. This is what helped Richard Archbold spot them from the plane. The Dani tribe’s customs and culture are very rich and interesting.  The main reason that the Dani tribe is so well known, is that the Baliem valley where they live, is relatively easy to reach these days. read more

Adventure to Korowai Territory

Korowai – tree people – one of the least civilized tribes on Papua. Women walk half-naked, their genitals covered only with grass skirts. They decorate themselves with dog and pig teeth and with tusks of wild boars. Some of them still live in the houses built in tree-tops. Korowai Tribe live in an area which is behind the imaginary “pacification line“. Korowai tribe is for the larger part an intolerant tribe, which rejects civilization and contact with missionaries or neighboring tribes. Despite that, we managed to get into their territory and become to a certain extend friends with them. Our friendship is fragile, very unstable and uncertain when it comes to their. read more.

Raja Ampat West Papua

One of the more intriguing vacation destinations recommended is that of Raja Ampat, located off the coast of New Guinea in Indonesia’s West Papua province. The region is an archipelago comprised of more than 1,000 small islands and four main islands. The name actually means “Four Kings,” and dates back to local folklore concerning eggs hatching into kings, which are symbolized by the four main islands of Misool, Salawati, Waigeo and Batanta. The Raja Ampat has been called the Amazon of the Oceans and rates as number one for the region of the world containing the most underwater biodiversity. It’s one of the best places on earth for snorkeling or even diving, and the locals welcome visitors.. read more


Hi all…We’re a young Portuguese couple living and working in Timor-Leste and we have just came back from a trip to Papua and West Papua: Jayapura/Sentani, Raja Ampat and Baliem Valley. As already noted in a previous post, this is Papua and West Papua, not PNG. In Raja Ampat we did boat tours, scuba-diving and bird-watching; in Baliem Valley we did a 4-day trek among the Dani villages. We had a truly fantastic time and it was largely thanks to Athan and the team at Jefalgi Papua Tours, who did everything to meet our requests, keep us safe, help us with the flights and transfers, answer all our questions, and generally make sure we had a truly unforgettable trip. They really went out of their way to help us with everything, so we really recommend them to anyone planning to travel in Papua and West Papua. Hopefully we’ll be back next year to do the Korowai trip! thanks  Alexmore.

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solo travel to papua

At Jefalgi Papua Tours, we understand that it can be hard for singles to find people to travel with, so we will coordinating everything for you what you need. We pride ourselves on providing first pre-planned trips for singles to the most sought after destinations all over Papua, and our refined roommate matching service ensures a comfortable vacation experience. When you travel solo with us, we strive to help you explore papua.

Whether you’re single and looking for a way to meet new people, or just need a little vacation, Jefalgi Papua Tours will leave you with lifelong connections and lasting memories.

Why travel alone to papua ?
Solo travel can be the ultimate in self-indulgence; you can rest when you want and pour it on when you’re feeling ambitious. Another benefit is that your mistakes are your own, and your triumphs all the more exciting. There’s no worrying that your insistence on trekking all the way across town to a museum that was closed ruined your partner’s day; it’s your own day to salvage or chalk up to a learning experience.

single traveler
travel alone to papua

Perhaps the foremost concern of the solo or single traveler is safety. Without a companion to watch your back, you are more vulnerable to criminals and scam artists, as well as simple health worries. But the saying “safety in numbers” isn’t necessarily true – a solo traveler can blend in more easily than a group, and not drawing attention to yourself as a tourist is one way to stay secure. Here are a few tips:

  • Know how long it takes and how much it costs to get from the airport to your hotel or to the city center. Solo travelers are more likely to be “taken for a ride,” so ask the taxi driver how much it will cost before you leave. If it’s considerably different from what you know to be true, take a different cab.

  • Find out if hotels at your destination are open late.
  • Be your own best counsel; if it doesn’t feel right, don’t do it.
  • Carry good identification, in more than one place.
  • Keep to open and public places, especially at night.
  • Exude confidence and walk purposefully.
  • Avoid appearing like a tourist.
  • Don’t draw attention to yourself by wearing flashy clothes or jewelry.
  • Lie a little. Not only can you invent your own persona or history, but you can also make your life easier with little white lies. When asking directions, don’t let on that you are alone: “Can you direct me to the museum? I have to meet a friend there at 12:00 pm.”
  • Check your maps and transportation schedules before leaving your hotel/rental car/tourist office. A solo traveler poring over maps can be a mark for unsavory types.
  • Leave a copy of your itinerary with a friend or family member at home, and stay in touch regularly via phone or e-mail if it is possible.
  • While on the car call some one you have known before.
  • that’s  all.


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