Category: Rimba Orangutan Ecolodge

NEWS FROM OUR FOUNDATION – Planting new trees at the Tanjung Puting National Park has started!

NEWS FROM OUR FOUNDATION Planting new trees at the Tanjung Puting National Park has started! -Scroll kebawah untuk terjemahan dalam Bahasa- As promised, the planting of new trees near the Tanjung Puting National Park has started ! You can see the young plants being carried in plastic bags to be transported by river to the site. The plastic bags are used again and again, as are the polybags where the seedlings were grown, so don’t […]

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Introduction The COVID 19 virus caused business in Ecolodges Indonesia to cease within two weeks of late February and early March 2020. With only six months liquid funds available, all 89 staff took massive salary reductions, some up to 80%, and part time work to help the company survive over a period of 18 – 24 months. Most of our staff have served ELI for more than 10 years in their different locations. During this […]

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What our staff are doing and achieving at all our lodges.

One of the great achievements of Ecolodges Indonesia has been to instill a feeling of ownership of the company in most of our staff. This has had many positive results including loyalty and a feeling of the importance of a job in this working environment. Now, when the Indonesian part of the company has been cut off from face to face contact with its worldwide support group, a further vital characteristic has developed, namely, a […]

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Art Adventures in Indonesia.

Wildlife holidays in Borneo, cultural visit in Borobudur Jogjakarta or birdwatching in Raja Ampat are just some examples of adventure activities that can you do in Indonesia. Indonesia’s tourism is well-known for several good reasons, such as culture, heritage, and beautiful nature. Indonesia inhabited by a large number of animals, including some unique endemics species. There is a special kind of tour that is about Painting and sketching the landscape around helps you to engage […]

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Becoming The Most Favorable Wildlife Tour Guide: An Interview with Abdul Hakim

Ucok Hakim

Abdul Hakim was born in Kumai – Central Kalimantan. Upon finishing high school in 2007, he immediately joined the Rimba Orangutan Ecolodge as a housekeeping department staff. While working as housekeeping, he slowly learned outwardly to become a wildlife tour guide in Tanjung Puting National Park. It did not take long for the company to ask Hakim to start a new career as a wildlife guide for Ecosafari Indonesia and Rimba Orangutan Ecolodge. Through Ecolodges […]

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