Indonesia wildlife holidays in Borneo, the magnificent of Three Color Lakes Kelimutu, the unique of Way Kambas National Park, or snorkeling at the crystal clear water of Komodo Island are just a little example of activities that can you do in Indonesia.
Indonesia’s tourism is well-known for several reasons such as culture, heritage, unique buildings, and wonderful nature. Indonesia inhabited by a large number of animals, that some of its endemics species. Arrange Indonesia wildlife holidays tour to see the wildlife creatures in your visit to Indonesia and feel the lifetime experiences to see its awesome faunas.
From the jungle to the ocean, you can walk around, kayaking or dive to their natural habitat in conservation areas. Enjoy the natural landscape of Indonesia that can soothe you with calmness and a marvelous feeling.
The Orangutan Wildlife Tour
With its human-like features, Orangutan shares 97% similarities with human genetic. While you are in Indonesia, it’s a great opportunity to see the Orangutan in their natural habitat. In fact, this big ape is native to Indonesia and Malaysia, roaming around the rainforest jungle in Kalimantan and Sumatra. Their habitat in the deep forest is the best place to see Orangutan.
One of the best Orangutan tours in Borneo is located in Tanjung Puting National Park. Tanjung Puting is well known as the best place for Indonesia wildlife holidays trip. In Tanjung Puting, you can explore between the tall trees using riverboat and expereince the traditional village of Tanjung Harapan.
You could spend your night at the Rimba Orangutan Ecolodge Borneo, as your home base to explore the last rainforest remaining on the earth including the endangered primate species and birds.
Last but not least, feel free to check the documentary film below from Fred Heiman about their trip to the destination of the Tanjung Puting National Park including the Rimba Orangutan Ecolodge Borneo
Great introductory video. Thanks to the Heimans. Much appreciate!
Thank you for your comment Pak Steve. We will keep working hard to bring the service to our guests and contribute to the conservation at the same time.