Borneo Orangutan Tour


Borneo Orangutan tour in Tanjung Puting as our best selling travel destination is not simply about bringing visitors to see the Orangutan but to raise awareness about the threat they are facing as a big number of Orangutans keep decreasing in the past years. You are invited to take part in supporting orangutan conservation project !

These tours run as Private trip. All the arrangement is exclusively for you whether you travel alone, with your family or friends. We highly recommend to book the orangutan tour few months earlier since the availability of klotok houseboat is limited, especially .if you plan to travel on high season during July - September.

Our program offers maximum comfort, privacy and flexibility. You can choose your travel date; pick up time and time spent in each destination. All of our trips are based on local concepts, aiming to support local communities in sustainable and responsible ways.  

Tanjung Puting National Park

Tanjung Puting National Park is one of the best places for Borneo Orangutan encounters. The Tanjung Puting tour also offers an opportunity to see others wild animals endemic to Borneo such as proboscis monkeys, couscous, gibbons, macaques, and many species of birds. You will also enjoy the rainforest of Borneo to the fullest, right from the houseboat or locally called as Klotok, a local boat which has been designed for tourism purposes. If you’re not comfortable sleeping on Klotok, there is an option to sleep in the lodge, which is located within the national park. (Additional charge will be applied). 

“Orangutans play an important role in the forest as effective seed dispersers for forest regeneration. By saving orangutans, we save our invaluable forests, precious forest resources and a plethora for biodiversity. Humans need clean water, oxygen, and other ecological services which forests provide to prevent natural disasters and mitigate climate change.”  BOS Foundation CEO, Dr. Jamartin Sihite

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