The country on the second biggest island on earth is a jungle paradise with wild animals, exotic plants and a native tribal culture. Locked between Papua New Guinea to the east and West Papua, time seems to stand still here.
In late 2018, Global Photographer Peter Levshin, spent ten days with a Papuan tribe in the east of the country, headed by Chief Didi Musse. Peter captured beautiful and poignant images of a people steeped in ancient culture, rites, tradition and pride. Sadly as the modern world beckons these native peoples are being slowly driven away from the lands they have known for millennia. More info here ➔