This is an intriguing two week trek through the remote Baliem Valley on chasing trails in Papua's focal good countries, remaining in nearby Dani towns and coming full circle in a visit to the yearly Tribal Festival, when all the different good country clans meet up for a deride war and huge gathering in Wamena – it's a picture takers dream and a surprising knowledge. Some portion of the intrigue is in the regular habitat, yet remaining in neighborhood homes and being submerged in the way of life to encounter an old lifestyle that is profoundly tuned in to the nearby condition is similarly as entrancing.
It is the sort of secluded wild in which groups just get by cooperating and setting up a strong social structure. The feature is the visit to see the Baliem Valley Festival, otherwise called the pasola celebration, when all the different clans from the good countries of Wamena and the Baliem Valley, for example, the Dani, Lani, and the Yali assemble to commend their yearly celebration. This year the celebration will be in August, high in the Jayawijaya Mountains on the Indonesian side of the island of New Guinea.
The celebration incorporates deride ancestral fighting held to keep up the spryness and readiness of the clans to guard their towns. These fights are joined by Papuan customary music of Pikon, a melodic instrument made out of wood bark which is hard to play and creates a calming and melodic sound. Moreover the celebration expects to save the qualities and culture of the customary clans with workmanship and culture, including conventional moves, pig hustling, Puradan Rattan Spear Throwing and Sikoko Spear recreations.