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  • Rain Forest

    Tanjung Puting covering 3,050sq km of tropical rainforest and mangrove swamp Tanjung Puting is a magical haven where one can mix with the only Great Apes that survive outside the continent of Africa.
  • Orangutan Conservation

    The best known animals in Tanjung Puting are the orangutans, made famous through the efforts of the Orangutan Research and Conservation Program, which is based at the landmark Camp Leakey research station. Without this rescue centre, many of the orangutans would not have survived the mass deforestation that has taken place over the last few decades.
  • Exotic Tours

    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.
  • Tanjung Puting National Park

    is home to an amazing array of wildlife including it’s world famous orangutans. 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.
  • Dayak Borneo Culture

    The indigenous people inhabiting the dense tropical rainforests of Borneo are collectively called the Dayaks, but in fact they comprise many tribes that are diverse in culture as well as in language. The word “Dayak” actually means “inland” or “upriver”, especially where the Indonesian part of Borneo, - called Kalimantan, - is cut by many long and wide rivers as well as many tributaries, that are used as transportation highways.
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What the day!

It is reasonable comment from most of clients after  they explored  the orangutan  in Tanjung Puting National Park

About our Company

It is our main vision to responsible tourism to Borneo raises awareness about the loss of habitat and other factors endangering orangutans. The entire ecosystem needs to be protected, and through our tours we continue to raise attention to support Tanjung Puting National Park as the efforts and provide pockets of hope for the environment and the community.
It is our goal to protect the orangutan habitat through environmental sustainability and responsible tourism. Our passion lies in the primary forests of the world, which are a vital part of the global ecosystem.

Asia's vast population has placed enormous stress on the environment, particularly the forests of Borneo, the world 3rd largest islands. Deforestation, mining and oil palm plantation continue to have substantial negative effects on these unique and vital ecosystems. Within these forests lie enormous biodiversity. At the top of the ecosystem chain, and what has become a mast head for conservation in the region, is the orangutan.

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