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12/05/2018

Safe Traveling Tips in Papua for You

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Safe Traveling Tips in Papua for You
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Land in Papua is being hit by a crisis because dozens of workers at the Trans Papua project have been killed by unknown groups. This murder occurred on Sunday, December 2, 2018, in Kali Igi and Aurak, Yigi District, Nduga Regency, Papua.

Nevertheless, it is undeniable that the Paradise Earth is blessed with a marvelous array of natural wealth. The blue sea water, green trees, bay curves, lakes to lined beaches bring beautiful panoramas.

At present, natural tourism destinations in Papua have been touched by many local and international tourists. Not a few visitors are curious to finally leave for Papua to enjoy its natural beauty.

Exploration is not only in the mainstay tourist attraction, Raja Ampat, but extends to various other destinations such as national parks, beaches, lakes, bays, and mountains. You can also take a cultural tour by visiting several tribes in the countryside around Wamena in one day.

Although conflicts often occur, there are some tips for traveling safely in Papua. Check out the full summary as reported by worldnomads.com, Tuesday (12/05/2018), following.

↪  First, if you walk on the sidewalk, be careful of very large holes. At night, the hole is difficult to see. If you are negligent, you can be seriously hurt by it.

↪  Second, invite a guide. You can find expensive paid guides at the airport or you can arrange trips at quite promising prices through your hotel staff.

↪ Third, don't forget to make sure to hotel staff about security when walking with their recommendation guide. Stay careful, take care of your luggage while taking the time to adventure in the nature of Papua.

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