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All reviews proboscis monkeys the river tanjung puting pangkalan bun an amazing experience klotok boat natural environment camp leakey day tour local guide tour operator an adventure an absolute boat crew western toilet spent days two nights
We did a two day trip, one night sleeping on the boat. I must admit I was quite nervous about the trip. It was my partner who had chosen to do it. However, It was an I credible experience. I felt safe, secure and comfortable...More
My family of 5 people visited tanjung puting in november 2018. My kids are aged 6, 8 and 11 so I was a bit worried about whether this trip was suitable for them. But it turned out to be the such a beautiful trip and...More
Everything was perfectly organised! The communication upfront with local guides (local-guides dot org) was flawless, they were so concise and polite! And then the tour…. oh my god… from the moment we arrived at Pangkalan Bun airport, it was one big dream come true. Our...More
We had very high expectations of our Tanjung Puting tour, and it still exceeded our expectations! While cruising along the river sekonyer using klotok, we saw many bekantan and birds. The first feeding place there were some orangutans in tanjung harapan station, and then we...More
To be straight an honest, the animals are fed. But that's the price if you want to see orang utans in just 2-3 days and even get nice photographs. So my wildlife heart doesn't like it, my photographers heart is overwhelmed!
A very nice experience...More
There is something special about being onboard a traditional Indonesian klotok boat, floating up an increasingly narrow river, with proboscis monkeys perched overhead in towering tropical rainforest trees. This is a special way to seek an orangutan sighting, navigating Tanjung Puting National Park in Indonesia’s...More
Tanjung Puting National Park, Kalimantan's major attraction, was initially set aside by the Dutch as a wildlife preserve in 1939. But it was the research work of Dr. Birute Galsikas on orangutans that made it a worldwide tourist destination.
After flying in from Jarkarta, my...More
A must do in Indonesia!
We had a fantastic time on the boat. Husni and the rest of our crew were very attentive, it felt like a once in a lifetime experience, a memory we shall treasure forever.
We saw many Orangutans at the feeding...More
We contacted with HERMAS JIEN, the owners company a few months before to reserve our tour. The communication was clear and perfect. He send us photos of the Klotok and the tours detail.
We were two families of seven people in total, 4 parents and...More