Being one of the national parks on the island of Borneo, Tanjung Puting National Park is the largest habitat, conservation and research center for the Bornean orangutan. Let's follow the fun experience sailing in the beauty and peace of tropical forests, swamps, and rivers, and get a chance to meet Orangutan (Pongo) and Bekantan (Proboscis monkey) in person.
Tour various cultural and historical sites of the Dayak and Malays Tribe in Pangkalan Bun and Kotawaringin Lama such as the Mangkubumi Palace, the Dayak Betang traditional house, and the Dayak village in Pasir Panjang. There we will see how the interaction of society and its culture with nature in the past and present.
On the second day, we will start visiting Tanjung Puting National Park. There, we will find out how the forest becomes a life support system for humans by exploring every side of the Tanjung Puting National Park forest. Join the fun of studying orchids, medicinal plants, and observing various types of wildlife, especially the Bornean orangutan
After river cruising along the Sekonyer River by using a klotok boat and observing various types of animals and flora, we will visit oil palm plantations around Tanjung Puting National Parks to see how sustainable forest management is. In addition, we will visit Sekonyer Village and make handicrafts with the community.
Enjoy serenity in the tropical rain forest of Tanjung Puting while doing yoga and soundscape in the morning before ending the trip at Tanjung Puting National Park