Lorentz National Park

Lorentz National Park - As the largest environment indicative of biodiversity in Southeast Asia and the Pacific, Lorentz National Park ranges from the snow-capped heights of Mount Jayawijaya to the coastal waters. Most of this region is made up of virgin forest, which is naturally beautiful in many ways.

There are numerous shade trees in the area, as well as both large and little waterways. This river flow not only has the ability to embellish the mountain's edge, but it also creates waterfalls in various locations. Some of these rivers create stunning underground rivers as they enter the island of Papua.


The variety of animals in the area is estimated to number 42 species, with two of them being new species and the majority of them being endangered species. Additionally, it is home to 55 species of birds, some of which are rare birds like birds of paradise, and about 1,000 species of fish.