Come to Papua with us!
Why? Because we are realy The Best of all… 70 expediitons in 15 Years
We are more experienced than local guides, because we are unlike them well acquainted with all important Papuan remote areas. . Our guide, Petr Jahoda, is called “Orang Papua” by the local people. “Orang Papua” translated into English means Papua man…
Josef Bojanovský Photo©Petr Jahoda (Papua guide)
Kombai chef with wife Photo©Josef Bojanovský
Chef of Kombai tribe Photo©Josef Bojanovský
Some of the pictures on our website were taken by our clients. The best ones were taken by Mr. Josef Bojanovský from the Czech Republic (on the photo). It was during a 2005 Expedition to the Tree people – Korowai & Kombai & Asmat. You’ll find also other interesting pictures on this website taken by our clients: Ivo Franz Pindur / Germany, Mrs.Bibiana Fair / Canada, MVDr. Luděk Uzel / Czech Republic, Petr Kožela / Czech Republic, Steven Groot / the Netherlands, and others …
Our clients often take better pictures than the guides, despite the fact that e.g. Petr Jahoda is a professional photographer. Why is it so? We exert maximum effort to care for the needs of our clients. Clients, not taking photos are the number one priority all the time. We love Papua as well as the local people. This is the reason why we are able to get so close to the aborigines and why they are also friendly to us.
Not only men join our expeditions, but women regularly participate even in the most demanding ones as well. The eldest man who has ever been on our expedition was 61 years old (Expedition Yali – Cannibals from Mountains 2002), the eldest woman was 51 years old (Expedition Tree People Korowai & Kombai 2004). Not only photogaphers but also professional cameramen . One of them, Jaromír Gieczek from the Czech Republic shot a seven part series about Papua for Czech state TV. Tourists as well as professionals take part in our expeditions
Do you think you know anyone, who knows Papua better than us?
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West Papua – Irian Jaya and Papua New Guinea – guided by Petr Jahoda – a climber, photographer, publicist, journalist, and president of Czech Travellers´ Club.
Papua was his most exciting experience – and he has spent more than four years of his life in Papua.
More than 15 years of expeditions and experiences on New Guinea.
Almost 70 expeditions to remote areas.
Petr Jahoda, our Papua & Carstensz Pyramid guide authored the following books from the „Wildest places in the World“ series.
Petr Jahoda authored five travelogues/ethnographical publications. One of them deals only with Papua, and the other two deal with Papua, and its surrounding area. In recent years he has been spending a large part of the year in Papua.
Petr Jahoda in Kombai Tree People Tribe Photo©Josef Bojanovský
Petr Jahoda in Dani village Photo:Pavel Vacha
P.Jahoda and M.Caban on The top of Carstensz Pyramid Photo: climber from Chille team
Petr Jahoda was entrusted to organize the climbing of the Carstensz Pyramid by a well known climber Miroslav Caban. Miroslav Caban was the first Czech to finish the Seven Summits project, and second man in history to climb the Mount Everest without artificial oxygen within the Seven Summits project. The first one was Reinhold Messner. Petr Jahoda climbed the Carstensz Pyramid with Miroslav Caban
Hello, come with me to famous Papua
Come to „my“ Papua – Petr Jahoda Photo: Steven Groot (Netherlands/Dutch)
Papua is the best place in the world which you can visit. Believe me. I’ve already spent a lot of time there. I don’t know a more interesting place on our planet. Papua is a disappearing world. You can find there things, which you thought ceased to exist long ago. I spent there during last ten years more than four years in total and it still not enough. Aren’t you curious why? Come with me, I will show you the best of Papua. I am looking forward to being your guide.
Your Petr Jahoda
Papua tribe and mountain guide