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Tanjung Puting National Park

#1 of 39 things to do in Central Kalimantan Features Animals
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What an incredible experience!

Sleeping on top of a houseboat listening to the sounds of the rainforest, being served fresh tasty... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
Pam v
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Calgary, Canada
Amazing, an absolute must see!

After doing extensive research on Tanjung Puting National Park I found that you must enter the park... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Atracy84
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2 days ago
“What an incredible experience!”
3 weeks ago
“Amazing, an absolute must see! ”
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Reviewed 2 days ago

Sleeping on top of a houseboat listening to the sounds of the rainforest, being served fresh tasty meals, treated to cold cloths after exploring the feeding sites after getting back on board, yummy treats served in the afternoon. What could ever top this incredible experience...More

Thank Pam v
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

After doing extensive research on Tanjung Puting National Park I found that you must enter the park with a tour guide. You will have to choose a guide company and they will purchase all permits needed for you to enter the park. Thank God for...More

2  Thank Atracy84
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

My husband, grown up daughter and I spent two days on a river trip on a luxury 'klotok' (Indonesian riverboat). We joined the boat at Kumai having flown in from Java. We were soon on the 'Big' Sekonyer River spotting various breeds of monkeys, an...More

Thank CarolAD700
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

What an inspiring, educational and fun experience visiting Tanjung Putting N.P was. We also traveled via a klotok which one must do to fully appreciate the importance of preserving this slice of the world which is being threated by the palm oil industry. The three...More

Thank mwcw
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

tanjung puting Is a national park that provides a means of transportation in the form of a water vehicle (kelotok wisata), during the trip will see the landscape of plants and wildlife...

Thank AMY_VSTA
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

A lot of wild animals: croccodiles, orangutans, monkeys, birds and even tarantulas... Boats are really nice, jungle is beautiful. Hope that people will not destroy it...

Thank Beata W
Reviewed 19 May 2017 via mobile

We spent 4 days/3 nights in the national park on a 'klotok' boat and had a wonderful time. The boat is for 2 people and we had an 'upgraded' one with an aircon cabin and it's own toilet and shower (usually you sleep in a...More

3  Thank Pushkin007
Reviewed 14 May 2017 via mobile

Here is ground zero for orangutans, gibbons and proboscis monkeys. We saw them all plus green vipers, macques and wild boars. Bring camera with telephoto, field binoculars, sun screen, bug spray, rain gear, sturdy shoes and plenty of bottled water. It is steamy hot and...More

3  Thank HvPssptWilTrvl
Reviewed 24 April 2017

3D2N and 2 kids on the "classic" Tanjung Puting National Park visit. It is unforgettable. Day 1: pickup at the airport, get settled on the boat, start cruising up the river, and a first (easy) stop at the first feeding site. Check out the various...More

5  Thank gwasshoppah
Reviewed 11 April 2017

Imagine living on a Klotok boat in the wilderness of Kalimantan and yet enjoying every moment of it. One of the few places left where you can get close to the Orang Utans. And observe the orangutans in the wild.Amazing to see the mothers and...More

1  Thank Sandhus30
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Nanetta K
Hey everyone! I'm wondering what other things are available at or near Tanjung Puting National Park other than orang-utans. We'll have ~5 days there, and we're a group of 6 healthy, active 20-something. Can anyone give us recommendations please? Turtle hatching? Hiking? Diving? Anything else? Thanks in advance!
24 May 2017|
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Response from AMY_VSTA | Reviewed this property |
Maybe I can discuss a bit of your question, if for hatching turtles, I think there is a month but you can still see turtles in Tanjung Puting nipple area, there are captive breeding for turtles themselves in the nipple area... More
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vegetarian-girl
hello, fellow travelers! would you please tell me/my husband where to fly into? my current plan is jakarta and then take a plane the next day after getting my bearings/enough sleep. also, what is a good time of the year to go (not pouring rain, not elbow to elbow, klokok to klokok)? i am thinking end of may. and where would i fly from there to spend some time in bali? thx a bunch!
5 February 2017|
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Response from kelly b | Reviewed this property |
Make sure you come on the dry season. You can research online when that is specifically, as the orangutan only come out where you can see them in the dry season. There are a few flights, 2 or 3, that go into pangkalan bun... More
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