Lake Sentarum National Park (LSNP)

Lake Sentarum National Park is a park protecting one of the world’s most biodiverse lake -systems situated deep in the Heart of Borneo, in Indonesia’s province of West Kalimantan. Located in the Kapuas Hulu Regency, the Park lies in the upper Kapuas River tectonic basin some 700 kilometers upstream from the delta. The basin is a vast floodplain, consisting of about 20 seasonal lakes, freshwater swamp forests and peat swamp forests which local people call Lebak lebung (floodplain). Home to a wide variety of wildlife, the national park is the best place to observe activities of the true inhabitants of the Borneo Jungle such as the orangutans, proboscis monkeys, long tailed macaques, and many others in the beautiful setting of a unique lake system.

The area was first gazetted as a Wildlife Reserve in 1982 when it extended over 80,000 hectares, with just under one-third consisting of open water. In 1994 it was enlarged to 132,000 hectares to include extensive tracts of peat swamp forest, and several hill ranges with dry lowland- and heath forest (a type of tropical moist forest found in areas with acidic, sandy soils that are extremely nutrient-poor). In April 1994, Lake Sentarum was declared Indonesia’s second Ramsar Wetland of International Importance, thus drawing international attention to this unique area. On 4 February 1999, its status was upgraded to that of national park, however a National Park Authority was only established in 2006.

The lakes in Lake Sentarum park are remarkable for their fish diversity. 240-266 fish species have been identified, including 12-26 new to science. As the lakes measure only 25,000 hectares, this diversity is remarkable when compared to Europe, where a total of only 195 primary freshwater fish are known. In fact, Lake Sentarum harbors one of the world’s most diverse fish fauna of any floodplain lake system. Of the 71 tropical and temperate lakes listed for their biodiversity by World Conservation Monitoring Center (WCMC) in 1992, Lake Sentarum (which is not listed) is surpassed only by Lake Tanganyika and Lake Malawi. LSNP is also the home for two highly popular aquarium fish: the rare and valuable red variety of the endangered Asian Arowana (Scleropaged legendrei) and the Clown Loach Botia or Tiger Botia(Chromobotia macracanthus). The latter is known only to live at Danau Sentarum and several locations in Jambi, Sumatra.

The national park is known to have the largest remaining populations of orangutans (Pongo pygmaeus) and is also considered to have the largest inland population of proboscis monkey (Nasalis larvatus) on the entire Borneo Island. The two families of apes are among 23 endemic fauna that make up 147 mammal species found in the Lake Sentarum Park. There are also 237 bird species recorded including the Storm Stork and Great Argus, and 26 reptile species including the False Gavial and Estuarine Crocodile. The mammals diversity in the national park contribute 29% to the 515 variety of mammals found in Indonesia which is regarded as the largest in the world.

The area of LSNP is also rich in flora diversity. Research revealed that there are a total of 675 species of flora in 97 families found in the national park. From that number, 33 are endemic to Lake Sentarum and 10 are newly discovered species. Most of the vegetation found in Lake Sentarum are unique and have different appearances than those outside of Lake Sentarum. One of the examples is theDichilante borneesis, which is rare and endemic to the national park and regarded as the missing link between the families of Rubiaceae. Other fascinating feature of the national park is the existence of a type of vegetation endemic to the Amazon Jungle, the Crateva relegiosa, which came to be known to the locas who call these the Pungguk Tree.

Lake Sentarum is dominated by a marked fluctuation in water levels of the lakes and streams. During the highest tide, the lakes’ depth can go from 6 to 8 meters. The waters in LSNP are reddish-brown due to the high level of tannin from the decomposing leaves and branches of various trees. The unique water condition and the annual cycle of rising and falling water levels dominate the ecosystem and exert a strong influence on the lives of its people, plants and animals

  • What to Do
    • As a place with such a diverse wildlife collection and beautiful natural surroundings, there are a lot of things you can do in Lake Sentarum National Park, all bearing the same theme of: Be One with Nature. For those who enjoy bird watching, Lanjak Hill and Nanga Kenelang are known to have the best spots to observe some of the flying wonders of Lake Sentarum.
    • The vast and fascinating interconnecting lakes also makes a perfect place for canoeing and observing the natural wildlife at the same time. For those wishing to learn more about the national park, a research lab is available at Bukit Tekenang.
    • Within the vicinity of the national park, about 6Km from the county of Lanjak, you can also discover the traditional Rumah Betang or the traditional Dayak longhouse. If you wish to experience and learn more about the philosophy behind the harmony of life between nature and humans according to the Dayak way, you might want to try to spend time with them
  • How to get there
    • From the capital of West Kalimantan,Pontianak, rented cars can be the alternative to get to Lake Sentarum National Park by taking the Pontianak-Sintang-Semitau route , which will take approximately 11 hours. For a more interesting experience you may want to take the river course, by taking a 7 hours Bandung boat ride from Sintang to Semitau. From Semitau, the only transportation option available to get to the national Park is by boat.
    • For a shorter trip, you can take about an hour and a half flight from Pontianak to the nearest town to Lake Sentarum Park, which is Putussibau. From Putussibau you can take the Bandung boat for about 7 hours before you reach the national park.

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Kayan Mentarang National Park

Kayan Mentarang National Park is the biggest uniformity of primary and secondary forest, which covers 1,360,500 hectare, and still remains in Kalimantan and in the Southeast Asia. It is located in Bulungan, East Kalimantan, Indonesia, with humid weather and temperatures around 16°C – 30° C. This national park, situating at 200– 2,258 meters above sea level, has approximately 3,100 mm per year of rainfall.

Because of its geographical location, this national park is blessed with various biodiversity, ranging from tropical flatland area to heavy rainforest at mountain range, which becomes cocoon for many types of vegetation and endangered animals.

Interestingly, many of the vegetations are not yet identified, and considered new ones in Indonesia. There are 100 species of mammals (15 species of them are endemic), 8 species of primates, over 310 species of birds, and 28 species among them are Kalimantan endemic and have been registered by ICBP (International Committee for Bird Protection) as the endangered species. A few endangered animals are as follows; clouded leopard, honey bar, White head lamur, buffalo

There are approximately 20,000 – 25,000 people from Dayak tribes, namely Dayak Kenyah, Punan, Lun Daye and Lun Bawang, live in the vicinity of this national park. They live side by side with the surroundings in reference to their indigenous knowledge and wisdom. That uniqueness is apparent in the way they preserve natural diversity. Many kinds of archeological inheritance like burial places and ancient stone equipments could be found in this national park. It is estimated that Kayan Mentarang National Park is one of the major archeological sites in Kalimantan.

  • What to Do
    • Visit to Pulau Datok Beach and Lubang Tedong Hill;
    • cruising and swimming.
    • Mount Palung (1,116 meters above sea level) and Mount Panti (1,050 meters above sea level) are perfect choices for hiking, observing flora and fauna, savoring the waterfalls, and camping
  • How to get there
    • To access this national park, travelers might want to use available airlines from Samarinda – Long Ampung, and Tarakan – Long Bawan routes, for approximately one hour). Another alternative is by boat from Tarakan – Tanjung Selor – Long Pujungan routes. Cruising Mentarang River by speedboat will take around 6 hours, and smaller motorboat requires 1 day to get there.
    • Alternatively, to access the southern part of this park, travelers can fly from Samarinda (East Kalimantan) or Malinau to Long Ampung Airport. From Long Ampung, the trip continues heading for Data Dian (Kayan Hilir Village), taking about 5 hours journey by boat.
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Manado Tua Island

Manado Tua–or Old Manado–island, together with the islands of Bunaken, Siladen, Mantehage and Nain form the Bunaken-Manado Tua Marine National Park. The Park lies just off shore from the city of Manado, capital of the province of North Sulawesi, site of the first World Ocean Conference 2009 which held in May. Covering a total of 89,065 hectares, the Bunaken-Manado Tua park is among the most spectacular dive sites in the world.

The islands are separated from the mainland by a submarine trench that reaches a depth of 1,200 meters, and keeps these waters relatively free from city garbage and silt. The reserve is protected by law from spearfishing and coral or fish-collecting, as well as from dynamite fishing.

Only one hour by motor boat from Manado town, the island of Manado Tua is distinguished by the majestic perfect cone of the extinct volcano that formed the island, which is capped with a rainforest on its summit. Around the island are underwater plateaus sloping from 5 meters to 30 meters, fringed by vertical coral walls plunging 25 to 50 meters down, and large caves with hanging coral reefs: a truly amazing sea garden. Next to Manado Tua is the more well-known island of Bunaken.

  • What to Do
    • On land and underwater, Manado Tua is photogenic. Here, you can find the bigger fish such as the napoleon wrasse, giant trevally, eaglerays, snappers, groupers, and–occasionally–a hammerhead shark. But as currents here can be strong, only advanced divers should venture in these waters and best be accompanied by a diver experienced to these surroundings.
    • On the east coast of Manado Tua, at Tanjung Kopi, or Coffee Point on the reef underwater plateau there are blacktail barracuda and large schools of fish. Tanjung Kopi is also where hundreds of turtles lay their eggs at full moon.
    • For those who do not dive, one can go snorkeling or watch the underwater sea life from glass-bottom boats. There are also jogging tracks and facilities for mountain biking and camping.
    • The island has some 3,200 inhabitants forming a tight-knit community of farmers and fishermen from the Sangir region. This community has been actively restoring damaged reefs with the assistance of Sea-cology. Here Eco-Reef–snowflake-shaped ceramic modules–have been placed as shelter for fish and to build new reef.
    • The Ministry of the Environment informs that credit for the preservation of the Bunaken-Manado Tua reserve is due to the Nusantara Diving Club which in 1985 urged the government to protect these amazing waters from pollution and damage from shipping, and to move Manado’s harbor to Bitung, on the east side of the peninsula.
    • Diving in the Park can be done year round, yet currents and waves can be rough between January to March. During the peak season in the months of July and August dive operators are busy, therefore it is best to book way in advance. Best dives are in August and September when one has a better chance to watch whales and dolphins glide by.
  • How to get there
    • The Sam Ratulangi International Airport of Manado receives SilkAir flights 4 times weekly from Singapore.
    • Garuda Indonesia, Lion Air and Batavia Air and a number of other domestic airlines operate daily domestic flights from Jakarta and Makassar to Manado, and also from Surabaya and Bali.
    • From Manado there are cabin cruises available to the Park or motorboats for hire.
    • To enter the Park contact the Bunaken National Park Office at (T) 62-431-859022 E-mail: tnb@manado.wasantara.net.id
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Tanjung Puting National Park

Imagine you are an explorer heading out to the jungle to see wild orang utans and other exotic tropical animals and you will begin to get a sense of what a visit to the Tanjung Puting National Park is like.

The park, which covers territory the size of Bali, is home to an amazing array of wildlife including it’s world famous Orang Utans. The park is also home to monkeys, birds and other wildlife, not to mention the pristine vegetation of the jungle itself. This is a world famous natural treasure which attracts a growing number of international visitors each year.

Tanjung Puting is located in Central Kalimantan. The area was originally declared as a game reserve in 1935 and became a national park in 1982. The park sits on a peninsula that juts out into the Java sea. The sheer size of the park means that it has diverse habitat zones. This diversity means the park is home to a great variety of inhabitants, both flora and fauna.

The incredible jungle surrounds make this an amazing place to visit if you’re after a truly outdoor adventure. It is an oasis of pure clean air, a clear night sky as well as a home to the gentle people of the jungle – the orang utans.

The orang utans are undoubtedly the best known inhabitants of the park, made famous through the work of the Orangutan Research and Conservation Program based at the Camp Leakey research station. Camp Leakey is an orangutan preserve and the site of the longest continuous study of any wild animal in the history of science. With around three quarters of the world’s orang utan’s population living on Borneo, this park is the ideal place to see these incredible creatures in the wild.

Because the vegetation of Tanjung Puting supports a large population of animals this park is one of the most important areas in Southeast Asia for the preservation of primates, birds, reptiles and fish.

For more detailed information on the park please visit: http://www.orangutan.org/rainforest/tanjung-puting-national-park and to visit the Sumatran Orangutan Sanctuary in Bukit Lawang, North Sumatra, please click http://www.indonesia.travel/en/destination/53/bukit-lawang-sanctuary-for-the-sumatran-orangutan

  • What to See & Do
    • The Sekonyer river is famous for it’s natural beauty and wildlife. As you cruise down through the jungle, you’ll be transported to another world, a world far beyond the hustle and bustle of city life.
    • Relax on board your boat and take in the sights of monkeys jumping from tree to tree.
    • Spot wild orang utans swinging through the thick and lush vegetation. Remember to keep your eyes out for crocodiles too, they might be hard to spot but they’re definitely there! As well as this, the park is also a haven for over 220 species of birds.
    • One of the main attractions of Tanjung Puting is Camp Leakey, the orang utan preserve. The camp was founded in 1971 as a haven for orang utans rescued from domestic capture.
    • The daily feedings of wild orang utans will be the highlight of your visit as you will most likely get to see wild orang utans up close in their natural habitat.
    • Pondok Tanguii is also a rehabilitation centre for ex-captive orang utans located in the park which has daily feedings of the apes.
  • How to get there
    • To reach the Tanjung Puting National Park take a flight to the Iskandar Airport at Pangkalan Bun from Jakarta or other main Indonesian cities.
    • To explore the park, visitors must take a boat down the Sekonyer River from Pangkalan Bun. These boats will accomodate you for the duration of your stay in Tanjung Punting.
    • A number of tour operators run cruises from Pankalan Bun down the river. If you pre-arrange your tour, the tour operator will pick you up from the airport and transport you straight to the river.

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Orangutan & Turtle Tour 4 days / 3 nights

OMIE TOUR ORGANIZER
Jl. Bahari No. 27, Rt. 13 Kumai Hilir, Pangkalan Bun,
Kalimantan Tengah , Indonesia 74181
Cell phone : +6281352736054
Email : kamale83@gmail.com, cc : info@orangutandays.com
www.orangutandays.com and www.orangutantours.blogspot.com

Day 01 : Pangkalan Bun – National Park- Boat
Upon arrival at Pangkalan Bun Airport you will be picked up by our guide and take you to Kumai. Boating up the river to explore the great mangrove, nipah palm and wildlife along the Sekonyer river, lunch will be prepared on the boat. Late afternoon available observe the proboscis monkey and others primates along the river. Dinner and overnight on the boat. (The boat is traditional boat wooden river boat about 14m by 2,5m with a roof where you can see the rain forest). The guide’s team includes the boatmen, cook and good guide. On the boat, we have simple mattres, pillow, mosquito net, meals, mineral water, kichten, toilet. Helpful guides and boatmen. (L,D)

DAY 02. Tanjung Puting-Pondok Tanggui-Camp Leakey-Nipa Area
After early breakfast, boating up to Pondok Tanggui Camp to witness orangutan feeding at 9am. Upon arrival at Pondok Tanggui, we walk to feeding area. After orangutan feeding we can take short trekking in the forest. Then proceed to Camp Leakey about 1,5 – 2 hours boating. After lunch on the boat, you have opportunities to take short trekking or see information center before see orangutan feeding at 14.00 pm. After visiting Camp Leakey, we boating down slowly to Nipa Palm Area (house of Fireflies). On the way down we still can be observe the monkeys, birds and other animals, and in the evening if good weather we can see the fireflies a long the nipa palm. Dinner and sleep on the boat.

Day 03– Nipah palm – Tanjung Keluang Beach
After early breakfast we boating to Tanjung Keluang beach. A long the river you can see the mangrove forest. Tanjung Keluang is nature park and we have turtle sanctuary. If you lucky you can releas the baby turtle ( if available) and you can relaxing on the beach. In the evening, you can take a night walk to observe the nocturnal animals. And here you can overnight on the boat or camping.

Day 04– Tanjung Keluang Beach – Kumai – Pangkalan Bun
After breakfast boating to kumai and transfer to pangkalan bun airport by car. Next destination.

Orangutan 1 Day Tour

OMIE TOUR ORGANIZER
Jl. Bahari No. 27, Rt. 13 Kumai Hilir, Pangkalan Bun,
Kalimantan Tengah , Indonesia 74181
Cell phone : +6281352736054
Email : kamale83@gmail.com, cc : info@orangutandays.com
www.orangutandays.com and www.orangutantours.blogspot.com

Orangutan 1 Day Tour
In this Trip you can use klotok/traditional wooden boat or speed boat Klotok / Traditional wooden boat:

We will pick you up at your hotel or we meet in Kumai Harbour. We can start the trip early morning about 7am or 8am. We boating up to Camp Leakey about 4 – 4,5 hours. Your lunch provide on the boat. When you arrived at Camp leakey you have opportunity to see the Information center and than trekking into the forest to see the orangutan feeding at 2pm.
After feeding, going back to the boat and boating down slowly to observe the proboscis monkey or other primates and birds a long the river side. En route we stop at Nipah Palm area to see the fire flies ( depend on the weather) and you have cande light dinner arround the fireflies. After dinner, back to Kumai harbour and transfer to your hotel.

Speed boat
We will pick you up at your hotel or we meet in Kumai Harbour. We can start the trip early morning about 8am. If you using the speed boat, you can visit 2 feeding places, they are Pondok Tanggui and Camp Leakey. We boating up to Pondok tanggui and when you arrived at Pondok Tanggui Camp you can trekking into the forest and see orangutan feeding at 9am. After feeding, you can continuing your trekking in this area and than back to the speed boat to go to Camp Leakey. Lunch provide on the speed boat with lunch box. After lunch we go to Camp Leakey to see the orangutan feeding at 2pm. After feeding we going back to the speed boat and back to Kumai Harbour. But on the route we can stop if we see the proboscis monkeys or other animals on the river side. Transfer to your hotel.

Orangutan and Dayak Village Adventure Tour 7 days and 6 nights

OMIE TOUR ORGANIZER
Jl. Bahari No. 27, Rt. 13 Kumai Hilir, Pangkalan Bun,
Kalimantan Tengah , Indonesia 74181
Cell phone : +6281352736054
Email : kamale83@gmail.com, cc : info@orangutandays.com
www.orangutandays.com and www.orangutantours.blogspot.com

Day 01 : Pangkalan Bun Airport – Kumai – Tanjung Puting
Arrival at Pangkalan Bun airport meet service and then drive to Kumai by taxi (25 minutes). Pass several villages. Upon arrival in Kumai, board on the boat and then boating up slowly to Tanjung Puting National Park to explore the sekonyer river by klotok (traditional wooden boat) while observe the wildlife such as Proboscis monkey (long nose monkey), long tail monkey, birds etc a long the river sides. Dinner and sleep on the boat.
Note :
The boat is a traditional wooden river boat about 14m by 2m with roof upper deck where you can see the rain forest. The guide’s team includes the boatmen, cook and tourist guide. On the boat, we have simple mattres, pillow, mosquito net, meals, mineral water, kichten and toilet.

Day 02 : National Park – Camp Leakey
After breakfast boating up the river about 2hours and half and then up a side creek to Camp Leakey where the older orangutan reintroduced into the rain forest and also known as research center for orangutan. Take trekking through tropical rainforest searching for wildlife. Back to the boat for lunch and feeding time at 14.00pm for old rehabilitation orangutan given additional foods.Stay on black river and overnight on the boat. (B,L,D).

Day 03 : National Park – PondokTangguy – Pesalat – TanjungHarapan
After breakfast, boating down to PondokTanggui, upon arrival at Pondok Tanggui, we walk to feeding area. After orangutan feeding we can take short trekking in the forest. Then proceed to Pesalat about 1 – 1,5 hours boating. Pesalat is reforestation area, see the process of reforestation project and you can addopting and planting the trees.Afternoon visit TanjungHarapan rehabilitation center to witness feeding time for rehabilitation orangutan at 15.00pm.Late afternoon visiting the village near of the national park.And than, we boating down slowly to the Nipah palm (house of fire flires).On the way down we still can be observe the monkeys, birds and other animals, and in the evening if good weather we can see the fireflies a long the nipa palm( depend to the moon and weather). Dinner and sleep on the boat.

DAY 04 .Nipa Area – Kumai – Kudangan Village
After early breakfast, boating down to Kumai then drop your luggage at Hotel. Then go straight to Kudangan Village by car about 5 hours. Pass several villages, palm oil plantation, rubber plantation, local comunities plantation and forest. We will stop for lunch on the way. Upon arrival at Kudangan Village after 5 hours drive, our guide will take you to the long house for your accommodation. Sightseeing around the villages. After dinner they will ringing their gong or one of their music instrument to gathering together for welcome ceremony. Lots of people will join with you.Overnight at Long house.

DAY 05 : Kudangan Village–Forest (trekking) – Kudangan Village
After breakfast, we can go to the forest and trekking, here you can choice how many hours you wanna walk on the forest. And in this village, they are denied the palm oil plantation so their forest still good.If you agree we can go to the “Bukit Sebayan” or “Riam Setongah”, and here we can see the waterfall. From village to the waterfall about 5,5 hours trekking. Pass several rivers, “ladang” / traditonal plantation, traditional rubber plantation, orchad and primery forest. A long the way, you can see how the Dayak tribe survive in the jungle. And if we lucky, we can see the wild animals. Upon arrival on the waterfall we can swimming and relaxing or just enjoying the rain forest. Lunch will be serve on the forest. Overnight on the forest with the tents.

Day 06 : Kudangan Village – Pangkalan Bun
After breakfast, we going back to the village. If you are interested to go to Central Kalimantan Border or going to the other waterfall before going back to Pangkalan Bun. Drive back to Pangkalan Bun by car. Lunch on the way. Upon arrival at Pangkalan Bun, check in at your hotel. Free program at your own leisure. Overnight at Hotel at Pangkalan Bun. (B, L, D).

Day 07 : Pangkalan Bun Hotel– Airport
After breakfast, free program until transfer by car to Pangkalan Bun airport for your next destination.TOURS END

Orangutan and Dayak Treking Tour 5d/4n

OMIE TOUR ORGANIZER
Jl. Bahari No. 27, Rt. 13 Kumai Hilir, Pangkalan Bun,
Kalimantan Tengah , Indonesia 74181
Cell phone : +6281352736054
Email : kamale83@gmail.com, cc : info@orangutandays.com
www.orangutandays.com and www.orangutantours.blogspot.com

Day 01 : Pangkalan Bun Airport – Kumai – Tanjung Puting
Arrival at Pangkalan Bun airport meet service and then drive to Kumai by taxi (25 minutes). Pass several villages. Upon arrival in Kumai, board on the boat and then boating up slowly to Tanjung Puting National Park to explore the sekonyer river by klotok (traditional wooden boat) while observe the wildlife such as Proboscis monkey (long nose monkey), long tail monkey, birds etc a long the river sides. Dinner and sleep on the boat.
Note :
The boat is a traditional wooden river boat about 14m by 2m with roof upper deck where you can see the rain forest. The guide’s team includes the boatmen, cook and tourist guide. On the boat, we have simple mattres, pillow, mosquito net, meals, mineral water, kichten and toilet.

DAY 02. Tanjung Puting-Pondok Tanggui-Camp Leakey-Nipa Area
After early breakfast, boating up to Pondok Tanggui Camp to witness orangutan feeding at 9am. Upon arrival at Pondok Tanggui, we walk to feeding area. After orangutan feeding we can take short trekking in the forest. Then proceed to Camp Leakey about 1,5 – 2 hours boating. After lunch on the boat, you have opportunities to take short trekking or see information center before see orangutan feeding at 14.00 pm. After visiting Camp Leakey, we boating down slowly to Nipa Palm Area (house of Fireflies). On the way down we still can be observe the monkeys, birds and other animals, and in the evening if good weather we can see the fireflies a long the nipa palm. Dinner and sleep on the boat.

DAY 03 .Nipa Area – Kumai – Kudangan Village
After early breakfast, boating down to Kumai then drop your luggage at Hotel. Then go straight to Kudangan Village by car about 5 hours. Pass several villages, palm oil plantation, rubber plantation, local comunities plantation and forest. We will stop for lunch on the way. Upon arrival at Kudangan Village after 5 hours drive, our guide will take you to the long house for your accommodation. Sightseeing around the villages. After dinner they will ringing their gong or one of their music instrument to gathering together for welcome ceremony. Lots of people will join with you. Overnight at Long house.

DAY 04 : Kudangan Village–Trekking – Pangkalan Bun
After breakfast, we can go to the forest and trekking, here you can choise how many hours you wanna walk on the forest. And in this village, they are denied the palm oil plantation so their forest still good. After packing your luggage, drive down back to Pangkalan Bun by car. Upon arrival at Pangkalan Bun, transfer to hotel. Free program at your own leisure. Overnight at Hotel at Pangkalan Bun.

DAY 05 : Pangkalan Bun Hotel– Airport
After breakfast transfer by car to Pangkalan Bun airport for your next destination.TOURS END

Orangutan and Dayak Village Tour 6 days and 5 nights

OMIE TOUR ORGANIZER
Jl. Bahari No. 27, Rt. 13 Kumai Hilir, Pangkalan Bun,
Kalimantan Tengah , Indonesia 74181
Cell phone : +6281352736054
Email : kamale83@gmail.com, cc : info@orangutandays.com
www.orangutandays.com and www.orangutantours.blogspot.com

Day 01 : Pangkalan Bun Airport – Kumai – Tanjung Puting
Arrival at Pangkalan Bun airport meet service and then drive to Kumai by taxi (25 minutes). Pass several villages. Upon arrival in Kumai, board on the boat and then boating up slowly to Tanjung Puting National Park to explore the sekonyer river by klotok (traditional wooden boat) while observe the wildlife such as Proboscis monkey (long nose monkey), long tail monkey, birds etc a long the river sides. Dinner and sleep on the boat.
Note :
The boat is a traditional wooden river boat about 14m by 2m with roof upper deck where you can see the rain forest. The guide’s team includes the boatmen, cook and tourist guide. On the boat, we have simple mattres, pillow, mosquito net, meals, mineral water, kichten and toilet.


After breakfast boating up the river about 2hours and half and then up a side creek to Camp Leakey where the older orangutan reintroduced into the rain forest and also known as research center for orangutan. Take trekking through tropical rainforest searching for wildlife. Back to the boat for lunch and feeding time at 14.00pm for old rehabilitation orangutan given additional foods.Stay on black river and overnight on the boat. (B,L,D).

Day 03 : National Park – PondokTangguy – Pesalat – TanjungHarapan
After breakfast, boating down to PondokTanggui, upon arrival at Pondok Tanggui, we walk to feeding area. After orangutan feeding we can take short trekking in the forest. Then proceed to Pesalat about 1 – 1,5 hours boating. Pesalat is reforestation area, see the process of reforestation project and you can addopting and planting the trees.Afternoon visit TanjungHarapan rehabilitation center to witness feeding time for rehabilitation orangutan at 15.00pm.Late afternoon visiting the village near of the national park.And than, we boating down slowly to the Nipah palm (house of fire flires).On the way down we still can be observe the monkeys, birds and other animals, and in the evening if good weather we can see the fireflies a long the nipa palm( depend to the moon and weather). Dinner and sleep on the boat.

DAY 04 .Nipa Area – Kumai – Kudangan Village
After early breakfast, boating down to Kumai then drop your luggage at Hotel. Then go straight to Kudangan Village by car about 5 hours. Pass several villages, palm oil plantation, rubber plantation, local comunities plantation and forest. We will stop for lunch on the way. Upon arrival at Kudangan Village after 5 hours drive, our guide will take you to the long house for your accommodation. Sightseeing around the villages. After dinner they will ringing their gong or one of their music instrument to gathering together for welcome ceremony. Lots of people will join with you. Overnight at Long house.

DAY 05 : Kudangan Village–Forest – Kudangan Village – Pangkalan Bun
After breakfast, we can go to the forest and trekking, here you can choice how many hours you wanna walk on the forest, and here we can see the waterfall. Pass several rivers, “ladang” / traditonal plantation, traditional rubber plantation, orchad and primery forest. A long the way, you can see how the Dayak tribe survive in the jungle. And if we lucky, we can see the wild animals. Upon arrival on the waterfall we can swimming and relaxing or just enjoying the rain forest. Back to the village and drive back to Pangkalan Bun by car. Upon arrival at Pangkalan Bun in the evening, check in at your hotel. Overnight at hotel. (B, L, D)

Day 06 : Pangkalan Bun Hotel– Airport
After breakfast, free program until transfer by car to Pangkalan Bun airport for your next destination.TOURS END

Orangutan and Dayak Villages Adventure Tour 6 days and 5 nights

OMIE TOUR ORGANIZER
Jl. Bahari No. 27, Rt. 13 Kumai Hilir, Pangkalan Bun,
Kalimantan Tengah , Indonesia 74181
Cell phone : +6281352736054
Email : kamale83@gmail.com, cc : info@orangutandays.com
www.orangutandays.com and www.orangutantours.blogspot.com

Day 01 . Pangkalan Bun Airport – Kumai – Tanjung Puting
Arrival at Pangkalan Bun airport meet service and then drive to Kumai by taxi (25 minutes). Pass several villages. Upon arrival in Kumai, board on the boat and then boating up slowly to Tanjung Puting National Park to explore the sekonyer river by klotok (traditional wooden boat) while observe the wildlife such as Proboscis monkey (long nose monkey), long tail monkey, birds etc a long the river sides. Dinner and sleep on the boat.
Note :
The boat is a traditional wooden river boat about 14m by 2m with roof upper deck where you can see the rain forest. The guide’s team includes the boatmen, cook and tourist guide. On the boat, we have simple mattres, pillow, mosquito net, meals, mineral water, kichten and toilet.

Day 02 : National Park – Pondok Tanggui – Camp Leakey – Nipa Palm
After breakfast boating up the river about 2hours and half and then up a side creek to Camp Leakey where the older orangutan reintroduced into the rain forest and also known as research center for orangutan.On the way we stop at Pondok Tanggui camp to witness feeding orangutan at 09.00am. After feeding you can take a short trekking and going back to the boat. Then continuing our tour to Camp Leakey by boat. Lunch will be serve on the boat, after lunch visiting the feeding station at 14.00pm for old rehabilitation orangutan given additional foods.And than, we boating down slowly to the Nipah palm (house of fire flires).On the way down we still can be observe the monkeys, birds and other animals, and in the evening if good weather we can see the fireflies a long the nipa palm( depend to the moon and weather). Dinner and sleep on the boat.. (B,L,D).

DAY 03 : Nipa Area – Kumai – Kudangan Village
After early breakfast, boating down to Kumai then drop your luggage at Hotel. Then go straight to Kudangan Village by car about 5 hours. Pass several villages, palm oil plantation, rubber plantation, local comunities plantation and forest. We will stop for lunch on the way. Upon arrival at Kudangan Village after 5 hours drive, our guide will take you to the long house for your accommodation. Sightseeing around the villages. After dinner they will ringing their gong or one of their music instrument to gathering together for welcome ceremony. Lots of people will join with you. Overnight at Long house.

DAY 04 : Kudangan Village–Forest (trekking) – Kudangan Village
After breakfast, we can go to the forest and trekking, here you can choice how many hours you wanna walk on the forest. And in this village, they are denied the palm oil plantation so their forest still good. If you agree we can go to the “Bukit Sebayan” or “Riam Setongah”, and here we can see the waterfall. From village to the waterfall about 5,5 hours trekking. Pass several rivers, “ladang” / traditonal plantation, traditional rubber plantation, orchad and primery forest. A long the way, you can see how the Dayak tribe survive in the jungle. And if we lucky, we can see the wild animals. Upon arrival on the waterfall we can swimming and relaxing or just enjoying the rain forest. Lunch will be serve on the forest. Overnight on the forest with the tents.

DAY 05 : Day 05 : Kudangan Village – Pangkalan Bun
After breakfast, we going back to the village. If you are interested to go to Central Kalimantan Border or going to the other waterfall before going back to Pangkalan Bun. Drive back to Pangkalan Bun by car. Lunch on the way. Upon arrival at Pangkalan Bun, check in at your hotel. Free program at your own leisure. Overnight at Hotel at Pangkalan Bun. (B, L, D).

Day 06 : Pangkalan Bun Hotel– Airport
After breakfast, free program until transfer by car to Pangkalan Bun airport for your next destination.TOURS END

Orangutans and Turtles Tour5 days / 4 nights

OMIE TOUR ORGANIZER
Jl. Bahari No. 27, Rt. 13 Kumai Hilir, Pangkalan Bun,
Kalimantan Tengah , Indonesia 74181
Cell phone : +6281352736054
Email : kamale83@gmail.com, cc : info@orangutandays.com
www.orangutandays.com and www.orangutantours.blogspot.com

Day 1–Pangkalan Bun – Kumai – Tanjung Harapan
Meet and Greet on arrival in Pangkalan bun and transfer to Kumai by car and than boating up to Tanjung Harapan. When you arrived in Tanjung Harapan, if you still have a time, you can visit information center and see feeding time at 15.00pm. Late afternoon, observing the proboscis monkey and another monkeys a long of river sides. Overnight on the boat (The boat is a traditional Klotok wooden river boat about 14m by 2m with roof upper deck where you can view the rain forest as it glides by. The guide’s team includes the boatman, cook and guide)

Day 2–Tanjung Harapan – Pondok Tanggui – Camp Leakey
After early breakfast we boating up to Pondok Tangguithe rehabilitation center for the new ex-captive orangutans, see feeding time at 09.00am. And here, you can take a small trekking to explore the rain forest. Then proceed to Camp Leakey by boat. After lunch on the boat, beforevisiting feeding station at 14.00 pm for old rehabilitation orangutan given additional foods. Overnight: On the boat.

Day 3– Camp Leakey – Tanjung Harapan – Village – Fire Flies
After breakfast, you have opportunity to take a trekk on the forest to observe the wildlife and see information center at Camp Leakey. After lunch boating down to Tanjung Harapan to see feeding time at 15.00pm for second time and then visit the village. Late afternoon boating down slowly to the nipah palm to see the fire flies (defend on the weather). Overnight: On the boat

Day 4– Nipah palm – Tanjung Keluang Beach
After early breakfast we boating to Tanjung Keluang beach. A long the river you can see the mangrove forest. Tanjung Keluang is nature park and we have turtle sanctuary. If you lucky you can releas the baby turtle ( if available) and you can relaxing on the beach. In the evening, you can take a night walk to observe the nocturnal animals. And here you can overnight on the boat or camping.

Day 5– Tanjung Keluang Beach – Kumai – Pangkalan Bun
After breakfast boating to kumai and transfer to pangkalan bun airport by car. Next destination.

Note : The tour itenerary isn’t write on the stone, it’s flexible. And you can discus with your guide about this.

Orangutan Tour 4 days / 3 nights

OMIE TOUR ORGANIZER
Jl. Bahari No. 27, Rt. 13 Kumai Hilir, Pangkalan Bun,
Kalimantan Tengah , Indonesia 74181
Cell phone : +6281352736054
Email : kamale83@gmail.com, cc : info@orangutandays.com
www.orangutandays.com and www.orangutantours.blogspot.com

Day 01 : Pangkalan Bun – National Park- Boat
Upon arrival at Pangkalan Bun Airport you will be picked up by our guide and take you to Kumai. Boating up the river to explore the great mangrove, nipah palm and wildlife along the Sekonyerriver, lunch will be prepared on the boat. Late afternoon available observe the proboscis monkey and others primates along the river. Dinner and overnight on the boat. (The boat is traditional boat wooden river boat about 14m by 2,5m with a roof where you can see the rain forest). The guide’s team includes the boatmen, cook and good guide. On the boat, we have simple mattres, pillow, mosquito net, meals, mineral water, kichten, toilet. Helpful guides and boatmen. (L,D)

Day 2 : Boat – Camp Leakey
After breakfast boating up the river about 2hours and half and then up a side creek to Camp Leakey where the older orangutan reintroduced into the rain forest and also known as research center for orangutan. Take trekking through tropical rainforest searching for wildlife. Back to the boat for lunch and feeding time at 14.00pm for old rehabilitation orangutan given additional foods.Overnight on the boat. (B,L,D).

Day 3 : Boat – PondokTangguy – Pesalat – TanjungHarapan
After breakfast the boating down the river to PondokTangguy, rehabilitation center for the new exceptive orangutans, see feeding time at 09.00am. continuing the tour to Pesalat, pesalat is reforestation area, see the process of reforestation project. Afternoon visit TanjungHarapan rehabilitation center to witness feeding time for rehabilitation orangutan at 15.00pm.Late afternoon visiting the village near of the national park. Boating down the river during the night, and you can see fireflies and take dinner around the fireflies at nipahpalm( depend to the moon and weather). Overnight on the boat. (B,L,D)

Day 4 : Boat – Pangkalan Bun Airport
After breakfast boating down to Kumai and transfer by car to Pangkalan Bun Airport for your next destination. (B)

Orangutan Tour 2 days / 1 night

OMIE TOUR ORGANIZER
Jl. Bahari No. 27, Rt. 13 Kumai Hilir, Pangkalan Bun,
Kalimantan Tengah , Indonesia 74181
Cell phone : +6281352736054
Email : kamale83@gmail.com, cc : info@orangutandays.com
www.orangutandays.com and www.orangutantours.blogspot.com

Day 1 : Pangkalan Bun Hotel – Camp Leakey
After breakfast in Pangkalan Bun hotel, transfer to Kumai by car about 30 minutes and boating up river about 4,5 hours and explore the great mangrove, nipah palm and wildlife along the Kumai river and Sekonyer river and the up a side creek to Camp Leakey where the older orangutan are reintroduced into the rain forest. After lunch on the boat you will have opportunity to take small trek or see information center before see feeding time at 14.00pm for old rehabilitation orangutan given additional foods. (The boat is traditional boat wooden river boat about 14m by 2,5m with a roof where you can see the rain forest). The guide’s team includes the boatmen, cook and good guide. On the boat, we have simple mattres, pillow, mosquito net, meals, mineral water, kichten, toilet. Helpful guides and boatmen.Overnigts on the boat at black river. (L,D)

Day 2 : Boat – PondokTanggui – Pesalat – TanjungHarapan – Pangkalan Bun
After breakfast boating up the river about 2hours and half and then up a side creek to Camp Leakey where the older orangutan reintroduced into the rain forest and also known as research center for orangutan. Take trekking through tropical rainforest searching for wildlife. Back to the boat for lunch and feeding time at 14.00pm for old rehabilitation orangutan given additional foods.Overnight on the boat. (B,L,D).

Orangutan Tour 3 days / 2 nights

OMIE TOUR ORGANIZER
Jl. Bahari No. 27, Rt. 13 Kumai Hilir, Pangkalan Bun,
Kalimantan Tengah , Indonesia 74181
Cell phone : +6281352736054
Email : kamale83@gmail.com, cc : info@orangutandays.com
www.orangutandays.com and www.orangutantours.blogspot.com

DAY 01, AIRPORT-Kumai-Tanjung Puting
Arrival at Pangkalan Bun airport meet service and then drive to Kumai by taxi (25 minutes). Pass several villages. Upon arrival in Kumai, board on the boat and then boating up slowly to Tanjung Puting National Park to explore the sekonyer river by klotok (traditional wooden boat) while observe the wildlife such as Proboscis monkey (long nose monkey), long tail monkey, birds etc a long the river sides. Dinner and sleep on the boat.
Note :
The boat is a traditional wooden river boat about 14m by 2m with roof upper deck where you can see the rain forest. The guide’s team includes the boatmen, cook and tourist guide. On the boat, we have simple mattres, pillow, mosquito net, meals, mineral water, kichten and toilet

DAY 02. Tanjung Puting-Pondok Tanggui-Camp Leakey-Nipa Area
After early breakfast, boating up to Pondok Tanggui Camp to witness orangutan feeding at 9am. Upon arrival at Pondok Tanggui, we walk to feeding area. After orangutan feeding we can take short trekking in the forest. Then proceed to Camp Leakey about 1,5 – 2 hours boating. After lunch on the boat, you have opportunities to take short trekking or see information center before see orangutan feeding at 14.00 pm. After visiting Camp Leakey, we boating down slowly to Nipa Palm Area (house of Fireflies). On the way down we still can be observe the monkeys, birds and other animals, and in the evening if good weather we can see the fireflies a long the nipa palm. Dinner and sleep on the boat.

DAY 03. Nipa Area-Kumai-Pangkalan Bun Airport
After breakfast boating down to Kumaiand then trasfer by car to Pangkalan Bun airport for your next destination. Tour end.
Note :
If you have more time we can make City Tour or stay longer in Tanjung Puting National Park (depend on your flight shcedule)

Orangutan, Turtle and Dayak Tour 6 days / 5 nights

OMIE TOUR ORGANIZER
Jl. Bahari No. 27, Rt. 13 Kumai Hilir, Pangkalan Bun,
Kalimantan Tengah , Indonesia 74181
Cell phone : +6281352736054
Email : kamale83@gmail.com, cc : info@orangutandays.com
www.orangutandays.com and www.orangutantours.blogspot.com

Day 01 : Pangkalan Bun – National Park- Boat
Upon arrival at Pangkalan Bun Airport you will be picked up by our guide and take you to Kumai. Boating up the river to explore the great mangrove, nipah palm and wildlife along the Sekonyer river, lunch will be prepared on the boat. Late afternoon available observe the proboscis monkey and others primates along the river. Dinner and overnight on the boat. (The boat is traditional boat wooden river boat about 14m by 2,5m with a roof where you can see the rain forest). The guide’s team includes the boatmen, cook and good guide. On the boat, we have simple mattres, pillow, mosquito net, meals, mineral water, kichten, toilet. Helpful guides and boatmen. (L,D)

DAY 02. Tanjung Puting-Pondok Tanggui-Camp Leakey-Nipa Area
After early breakfast, boating up to Pondok Tanggui Camp to witness orangutan feeding at 9am. Upon arrival at Pondok Tanggui, we walk to feeding area. After orangutan feeding we can take short trekking in the forest. Then proceed to Camp Leakey about 1,5 – 2 hours boating. After lunch on the boat, you have opportunities to take short trekking or see information center before see orangutan feeding at 14.00 pm. After visiting Camp Leakey, we boating down slowly to Nipa Palm Area (house of Fireflies). On the way down we still can be observe the monkeys, birds and other animals, and in the evening if good weather we can see the fireflies a long the nipa palm. Dinner and sleep on the boat.

Day 03– Nipah palm – Tanjung Keluang Beach
After early breakfast we boating to Tanjung Keluang beach. A long the river you can see the mangrove forest. Tanjung Keluang is nature park and we have turtle sanctuary. If you lucky you can releas the baby turtle ( if available) and you can relaxing on the beach. In the evening, you can take a night walk to observe the nocturnal animals. And here you can overnight on the boat or camping.

DAY 04 – Tanjung Keluang – Kumai – Kudangan Village
After early breakfast, boating down to Kumai then drop your luggage at Hotel. Then go straight to Kudangan Village by car about 5,5 hours. Pass several villages, palm oil plantation, rubber plantation, local comunities plantation and forest. We will stop for lunch on the way. Upon arrival at Kudangan Village after 5,5 hours drive, our guide will take you to the long house for your accommodation. Sightseeing around the villages. After dinner they will ringing their gong or one of their music instrument to gathering together for welcome ceremony. Lots of people will join with you. Overnight at Long house.

DAY 05 : Kudangan Village–Forest – Kudangan Village – Pangkalan Bun
After breakfast, we can go to the forest and trekking, here you can choice how many hours you wanna walk on the forest, and here we can see the waterfall. Pass several rivers, “ladang” / traditonal plantation, traditional rubber plantation, orchad and primery forest. A long the way, you can see how the Dayak tribe survive in the jungle. And if we lucky, we can see the wild animals. Upon arrival on the waterfall we can swimming and relaxing or just enjoying the rain forest. Back to the village and drive back to Pangkalan Bun by car. Upon arrival at Pangkalan Bun in the evening, check in at your hotel. Overnight at hotel. (B, L, D)

Day 06 : Pangkalan Bun Hotel– Airport
After breakfast, free program until transfer by car to Pangkalan Bun airport for your next destination.TOURS END

Orangutans and Turtles Tour6 days / 5 nights

OMIE TOUR ORGANIZER
Jl. Bahari No. 27, Rt. 13 Kumai Hilir, Pangkalan Bun,
Kalimantan Tengah , Indonesia 74181
Cell phone : +6281352736054
Email : kamale83@gmail.com, cc : info@orangutandays.com
www.orangutandays.com and www.orangutantours.blogspot.com

Day 1–Pangkalan Bun – Kumai – Tanjung Harapan
Meet and Greet on arrival in Pangkalan bun and transfer to Kumai by car and than boating up to Tanjung Harapan. When you arrived in Tanjung Harapan, if you still have a time, you can visit information center and see feeding time at 15.00pm. Late afternoon, observing the proboscis monkey and another monkeys a long of river sides. Overnight on the boat (The boat is a traditional Klotok wooden river boat about 14m by 2m with roof upper deck where you can view the rain forest as it glides by. The guide’s team includes the boatman, cook and guide)

Day 2– Tanjung Harapan – Pondok Tanggui – Camp Leakey
After early breakfast we boating up to Pondok Tangguithe rehabilitation center for the new ex-captive orangutans, see feeding time at 09.00am. And here, you can take a small trekking to explore the rain forest. Then proceed to Camp Leakey by boat. After lunch on the boat, beforevisiting feeding station at 14.00 pm for old rehabilitation orangutan given additional foods. Overnight: On the boat.

Day 3 – Camp Leakey 2nd
After breakfast, you can take trekking at Camp Leakey forest and back to the boat for lunch. After lunch we go to feeding orangutan for second time. Back to the boat and boating down slowly to explore the black river. Overnight on the boat a long the black river.

Day 4– Camp Leakey – Tanjung Harapan – Village – Fire Flies
After breakfast, you have opportunity to take a trekk on the forest to observe the wildlife and see information center at Camp Leakey. After lunch boating down to Tanjung Harapan to see feeding time at 15.00pm for second time and then visit the village. Late afternoon boating down slowly to the nipah palm to see the fire flies (defend on the weather). Overnight: On the boat

Day 5– Nipah palm – Tanjung Keluang Beach
After early breakfast we boating to Tanjung Keluang beach. A long the river you can see the mangrove forest. Tanjung Keluang is nature park and we have turtle sanctuary. If you lucky you can releas the baby turtle ( if available) and you can relaxing on the beach. In the evening, you can take a night walk to observe the nocturnal animals. And here you can overnight on the boat or camping.

Day 6– Tanjung Keluang Beach – Kumai – Pangkalan Bun
After breakfast boating to kumai and transfer to pangkalan bun airport by car. Next destination.

Note : The tour itenerary isn’t write on the stone, it’s flexible. And you can discus with your guide about this.

Orangutans Tour 5 days / 4 nights

OMIE TOUR ORGANIZER
Jl. Bahari No. 27, Rt. 13 Kumai Hilir, Pangkalan Bun,
Kalimantan Tengah , Indonesia 74181
Cell phone : +6281352736054
Email : kamale83@gmail.com, cc : info@orangutandays.com
www.orangutandays.com and www.orangutantours.blogspot.com

Day 1–Pangkalan Bun – Kumai – Tanjung Harapan
Meet and Greet on arrival in Pangkalan bun and transfer to Kumai by car and than boating up to Tanjung Harapan. When you arrived in Tanjung Harapan, if you still have a time, you can visit information center and see feeding time at 15.00pm. Late afternoon, observing the proboscis monkey and another monkeys a long of river sides. Overnight on the boat (The boat is a traditional Klotok wooden river boat about 14m by 2m with roof upper deck where you can view the rain forest as it glides by. The guide’s team includes the boatman, cook and guide)

Day 2– Tanjung Harapan – Pondok Tanggui – Camp Leakey
After early breakfast we boating up to Pondok Tangguithe rehabilitation center for the new ex-captive orangutans, see feeding time at 09.00am. And here, you can take a small trekking to explore the rain forest. Then proceed to Camp Leakey by boat. After lunch on the boat, beforevisiting feeding station at 14.00 pm for old rehabilitation orangutan given additional foods. Overnight: On the boat.

Day 3 – Camp Leakey 2nd
After breakfast, you can take trekking at Camp Leakey forest and back to the boat for lunch. After lunch we go to feeding orangutan for second time. Back to the boat and boating down slowly to explore the black river. Overnight on the boat a long the black river.

Day 4– Camp Leakey – Tanjung Harapan – Village – Fire Flies
After breakfast, you have opportunity to take a trekk on the forest to observe the wildlife and see information center at Camp Leakey. After lunch boating down to Tanjung Harapan to see feeding time at 15.00pm for second time and then visit the village. Late afternoon boating down slowly to the nipah palm to see the fire flies (defend on the weather). Overnight: On the boat

Day 5– Fire Flies – Kumai – Pangkalan Bun
After breakfast boating to kumai and transfer to pangkalan bun airport by car. Next destination.

Note : The tour itenerary isn’t write on the stone, it’s flexible. And you can discus with your guide about this.

Welcome to Kalimantan and Sulawesi!

Indonesia boasts of its wonderful Community Based Eco-Tourism (CBET) sites namely Lake Sentarum National Park, Kayan Mentarang National Park, Manado Tua Island, and Tanjung Puting National Park. These sites are internationally renowned to be among the most biodiverse areas due to successful protection given by the government.

Experience the thrill of nature in Indonesia today!

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Danau Sentarum National Park

Lake Sentarum National Park is a park protecting one of the world’s most biodiverse lake -systems situated deep in the Heart of Borneo, in Indonesia’s province of West Kalimantan.  Located in the Kapuas Hulu Regency, the Park lies in the upper Kapuas River tectonic basin some 700 kilometers upstream from the delta.

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Kayan-Mentarang

Kayan Mentarang National Park

Kayan Mentarang National Park is the biggest uniformity of primary and secondary forest, which covers 1,360,500 hectare, and still remains in Kalimantan and in the Southeast Asia. It is located in Bulungan, East Kalimantan, Indonesia, with humid weather and temperatures around 16°C – 30° C.
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Manado-Tua

Manado Tua Island

Manado Tua–or Old Manado–island, together with the islands of Bunaken, Siladen, Mantehage and Nain form the Bunaken-Manado Tua Marine National Park. The Park lies just off shore from the city of Manado, capital of the province of North Sulawesi, site of the first World Ocean Conference 2009 which held in May.

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Tanjung Puting National Park

Imagine you are an explorer heading out to the jungle to see wild orang utans and other exotic tropical animals and you will begin to get a sense of what a visit to the Tanjung Puting National Park is like.

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Orangutan & Turtle Tour 4 days / 3 nights

Day 01 : Pangkalan Bun – National Park-Boat
Upon arrival at Pangkalan Bun Airport you will be picked up by our guide and take you to Kumai. Boating up the river to explore the great mangrove, nipah palm and wildlife along the Sekonyer river, lunch will be prepared on the boat. Late afternoon available observe the proboscis monkey and others primates along the river.
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Orangutan 1 Day Tour

In this Trip you can use klotok/traditional wooden boat or speed boat Klotok / Traditional wooden boat:
We will pick you up at your hotel or we meet in Kumai Harbour. We can start the trip early morning about 7am or 8am. We boating up to Camp Leakey about 4 – 4,5 hours. Your lunch provide on the boat. When you arrived at Camp leakey you have opportunity to see the Information center and than trekking into the forest to see the orangutan feeding at 2pm.
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Orangutan and Dayak Village Adventure Tour 7 days and 6 nights Day

Day 01 : Pangkalan Bun Airport – Kumai – Tanjung Puting
Arrival at Pangkalan Bun airport meet service and then drive to Kumai by taxi (25 minutes). Pass several villages. Upon arrival in Kumai, board on the boat and then boating up slowly to Tanjung Puting National Park to explore the sekonyer river by klotok (traditional wooden boat)
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Orangutan and Dayak Treking Tour 5d/4n

DAY 01 . Pangkalan Bun Airport – Kumai – Tanjung Puting
Arrival at Pangkalan Bun airport meet service and then drive to Kumai by taxi (25 minutes). Pass several villages. Upon arrival in Kumai, board on the boat and then boating up slowly to Tanjung Puting National Park to explore the sekonyer river by klotok (traditional wooden boat)
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Orangutan and Dayak Village Tour 6 days and 5 nights

DAY 01 . Pangkalan Bun Airport – Kumai – Tanjung Puting
Arrival at Pangkalan Bun airport meet service and then drive to Kumai by taxi (25 minutes). Pass several villages. Upon arrival in Kumai, board on the boat and then boating up slowly to Tanjung Puting National Park to explore the sekonyer river by klotok (traditional wooden boat)
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Orangutan and Dayak Villages Adventure Tour 6 days and 5 nights

Day 01 . Pangkalan Bun Airport – Kumai – Tanjung Puting
Arrival at Pangkalan Bun airport meet service and then drive to Kumai by taxi (25 minutes). Pass several villages. Upon arrival in Kumai, board on the boat and then boating up slowly to Tanjung Puting National Park to explore the sekonyer river by klotok (traditional wooden boat)
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Orangutans and Turtles Tour5 days / 4 nights

Day 1–Pangkalan Bun – Kumai – Tanjung Harapan
Meet and Greet on arrival in Pangkalan bun and transfer to Kumai by car and than boating up to Tanjung Harapan. When you arrived in Tanjung Harapan, if you still have a time, you can visit information center and see feeding time at 15.00pm. Late afternoon, observing the proboscis monkey and another monkeys a long of river sides.
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Orangutan Tour 4 days / 3 nights

Day 01 : Pangkalan Bun – National Park- Boat
Upon arrival at Pangkalan Bun Airport you will be picked up by our guide and take you to Kumai. Boating up the river to explore the great mangrove, nipah palm and wildlife along the Sekonyerriver, lunch will be prepared on the boat.Late afternoon available observe the proboscis monkey and others primates along the river. Dinner and overnight on the boat.
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Orangutan Tour 2 days / 1 night

Day 1 : Pangkalan Bun Hotel – Camp Leakey
After breakfast in Pangkalan Bun hotel, transfer to Kumai by car about 30 minutes and boating up river about 4,5 hours and explore the great mangrove, nipah palm and wildlife along the Kumai river and Sekonyer river and the up a side creek to Camp Leakey where the older orangutan are reintroduced into the rain forest.
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Orangutan Tour 3 days / 2 nights

DAY 01, AIRPORT-Kumai-Tanjung Puting
Arrival at Pangkalan Bun airport meet service and then drive to Kumai by taxi (25 minutes). Pass several villages. Upon arrival in Kumai, board on the boat and then boating up slowly to Tanjung Puting National Park to explore the sekonyer river by klotok (traditional wooden boat) while observe the wildlife such as Proboscis monkey (long nose monkey), long tail monkey, birds etc a long the river sides. Dinner and sleep on the boat.
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Orangutan, Turtle and Dayak Tour 6 days / 5 nights

Day 01 : Pangkalan Bun – National Park- Boat
Upon arrival at Pangkalan Bun Airport you will be picked up by our guide and take you to Kumai. Boating up the river to explore the great mangrove, nipah palm and wildlife along the Sekonyer river, lunch will be prepared on the boat. Late afternoon available observe the proboscis monkey and others primates along the river. Dinner and overnight on the boat.
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Orangutans and Turtles Tour 6 days / 5 nights

Day 1–Pangkalan Bun – Kumai – Tanjung Harapan
Meet and Greet on arrival in Pangkalan bun and transfer to Kumai by car and than boating up to Tanjung Harapan. When you arrived in Tanjung Harapan, if you still have a time, you can visit information center and see feeding time at 15.00pm. Late afternoon, observing the proboscis monkey and another monkeys a long of river sides.
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Orangutans Tour 5 days / 4 nights

Day 1–Pangkalan Bun – Kumai – Tanjung Harapan
Meet and Greet on arrival in Pangkalan bun and transfer to Kumai by car and than boating up to Tanjung Harapan. When you arrived in Tanjung Harapan, if you still have a time, you can visit information center and see feeding time at 15.00pm. Late afternoon, observing the proboscis monkey and another monkeys a long of river sides. Overnight on the boat (The boat is a traditional Klotok wooden river boat about 14m by 2m with roof upper deck where you can view the rain forest as it glides by. The guide’s team includes the boatman, cook and guide)
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