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. Arrange an Indonesia wildlife holiday tour to see the wildlife creatures during your visit to Indonesia.
Endemic Species You Can See During Indonesia Wildlife Holidays
With its human-like features, orangutan shares 97% similarities with human genetic. A visit to Indonesia will not complete without seeing the orangutans in their natural habitat. 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 an orangutan.
One of the best orangutan tours in Borneo is located Tanjung Puting National Park. Local guides can help you to see the orangutans and greet them in the green forest.
In Tanjung Puting, you can explore between the tall trees using riverboat and have a cultural experience in the remote villages. Pamper yourself with the comfortable stays at the Rimba Orangutan Ecolodge Borneo after a fun adventure with the orangutans in the jungle.
Indonesia is a home for over 1.600 species with more than 400 endemic species. Located between two continents and tropical climate makes Indonesia as one of the best places for birding trips.
Among many places recommendation for bird watching in Indonesia, Flores is one of the best sites. Their forests are great homes for an enormous variety of birds, including rare species that beautifully sing and flying across the jungle. Prepare your binocular and carefully spot the little wonders with their colorful feathers.
The elephant might be entitled to other cultures in other countries, namely Thailand or India. However, Indonesia has its endemic elephant called Sumatran Elephant. You can visit and feeds the elephant in the elephant jungle sanctuary located in Way Kambas National Park.
Unlike a captive elephant that might be harmfully tamed during the training process, the elephant conservation center ethically takes care of the animal. Our tour in Way Kambas National Park lets you spend your time with the elephants, mutually good for you and the big animal during your Indonesia wildlife holiday experience.