Tanjung Puting Borneo Tour
Pangkalan bun, Kumai, Orangutans Tanjung Puting National Park - Central Kalimantan Indonesia, Tanjung Puting National is Camp Leakey, orangutan conservation, this Camp was established in 1971 as a sanctuary for orangutans that were saved from domestic capture. East of Kotawaringin, Kaliamantan Tengah. It covers an area of 415,040.ha and includes several types of vegetation. This is an important conservation area because it protects the endangered Orangutan (Pongo Pygmeus) species which only lives on two islands: Sumatra and Kalimantan Indonesia.
Other primate species and other species also live in this park. Tanjung Puting and has ecosystem types such as tropical forests, lowlands, dryland forests, swamp forests, mangrove forests, coastal forests and riverside forests. Located at an altitude of 0-100 meters above sea level. Tanjung Puting is inhabited by 38 mammals including 9 primates, orangutans, proboscis monkeys, long tailed monkeys, pig tail macanoni, gibbons, leaf monkeys, slow lorises, Tarsiers, crocodiles, snakes, leopards, 150 species of fish, 200 species of fish, 200 species of fish birds, orchids, many reptiles and amphibians including freshwater crocodiles, fireflies, and more than 450 species included.
Tanjung Puting National park, where tourists will look to eat orangutans and through the forest in the wild. The attraction of orangutans is on the river using Klotok, on the Sekonyer River. So on this trip use klotok and come to Tanjung Puting, to see the lives of orangutans and other animals.
Klotok as a place to sleep for tourists during this tour. Comfortable participation clot, 2 to 8 people. And the speed of Klotok is not too fast, so you can enjoy the atmosphere on the Sekonyer River. Klotok is not inferior to hotel services, the cuisine is also very good when compared to the standards of big cities, and has been used to serve tourists from abroad, good quality service.
Along the river which is also called klotok tourism. Boat Trips In the afternoon, on the way to Camp Tanjung Harapan, Camp Tanggui and Camp Leaky / Tanjung Puting National park, you can see large trees and proboscis monkeys, monkeys, and other animals can only be found in the Tanjung Putip peninsula.
At night, you can enjoy the clear sky, fireflies, and extraordinarily bright stars as the only lights for that night. This is a native forest, which is home to the most interesting animals in the world.
Because you will most likely see wild orangutans near the Sekoyer River and inside Tanjung Puting National Park.
FEEDING ORANGUTANS EVERY DAYS
(1) 15:00 Camp Tanjung Harapan
(2) 9:00 Camp Tanggui camp
(3) 14:00 Camp Leaky / Tanjung Puting
(4) Camp Pesalat
(5) Camp pondok Ambung
(6) village Tanjung Harapan
Will be the highlight of your visit.
THE VISIT 3DAYS 2NIGHT ORANGUTAN 1. AIRPORT-Kumai-Tanjung Harapan Visit Orangutan Start with Arrival at the airport, meet Pangkalan Bun Tour guide service, then drive to Kumai by car (25 minutes). Upon arrival in Kumai, take a boat and take a boating slowly to Camp Tanjung hoping to explore the Sekonyer River by klotok (traditional wooden boat)
at 15:00 pm in the afternoon start feeding orangutans and you can also see other wildlife in Tanjung tanjung Harapan Camp, Return to the ship while observing wildlife such as Bekantan (long nose monkeys), long tailed monkeys, birds, etc. river side.
The ship is a traditional wooden river boat about 16m x 3m with a roof top deck where you can see the view of the Sekonyer River. The guide team includes a boatman, cook, and tour guide. On the boat, we have simple mattresses, pillows, mosquito nets, food, mineral water, kichten and showers and toilets.
Day 2. Tanjung Harapan-Pondok Tanggui-Camp Leakey-Nipa Palm After breakfast, boating to Pondok Tanggui Camp to watch the orangutans feeding at 9:00 in the morning. Upon arrival at Pondok Tanggui, we walked to the dining area. After feeding the orangutans, we can make a short treeking in the forest. Then proceed to Camp Leakey about 1.5 - 2 hours boating. After lunch on the boat, you have the opportunity to do a short trekking or see the information center before seeing orangutans eating at 14:00 Pm.
After visiting Camp Leakey, we sailed slowly to the Nipa Palm Area (home of Fireflies). On the way down we can still observe monkeys, birds and other animals, and at night if the weather is good we can see a long firefly Nipa palm. Dinner and sleep on the ship.
Day 3. Nipa Area-Kumai Airport-Pangkalan Bun After breakfast boating to Kumai and then transfer by car to Pangkalan Bun airport for your next destination. Tour ends.
If you have more time, we can do a City Tour or stay longer in Tanjung Puting National Park (depending on your flight schedule)
Probocis monkeys These large pot-bellied monkeys areendemic to Borneo, They are an endangered species, and Tanjung Puting has one of the kargest and most importent populations, They sleep along the river edges in large group, and can be spotted making spectaculer leaps from tree or ocasionally swimming across the river.
Hornbills A large,easily identifiable bird due to its casque (large protrusion above its bill), flat flying posture, loud wing beat and harsh song. they feed on fruit and insects. the most commonly seen species is the Oriental pied hornbill.
Long - Tailed Or Crab - eating Macaques This adaptable species lives in almost any habitat. they live in groups which contain both male and females, with a dominant male and female centred hierarchy.
Bornean Bearded Piq A large wild boar that inhabits much of borneo. They feed off of seed, roots and fallen fruit(this is why you'll see them around the feeding sites
Stock - billed kingfiser The most frequently seen species in the park is the strok-billed kingfisher, which has a heavy red bill.
Crocodile - saltwater crocodile The world's largest crocodile, with a range extending from northern Australia to mainland Asia. Malaysian false gharial. This crocodile is Criticaly Endangered and the population in tanjung puting is of global importance. It has a slender snout adapted for catching fish and can reach up to five meters in length.