We got the Uber here for 17RM, as we didn’t fancy a walk to the bus stop very early in the morning.
We got here for 8 o clock which is the opening time. It’s roughly a 15 min walk from the entrance to the feeding structure and the viewing platform is200m away from that.
We were told we may not see any by a passing ranger as they are essentially wild! They come on their own terms!!
It was about half 8 and there was only a few of us waiting around as the large tour groups hadn’t turned up yet and we had already seen 3 orangutans! 2 young males and 47 year old Sekuda!
She even came over the hose pipe hand barrier and sat on the shelter right next to us! What I liked about this is how the rangers would react. Thankfully they moved the tourists and Sekuda which is how it should be!
After that we went to the viewing platform and saw 2 females and 2 babies so 7 in total!
I am a massive wildlife lover ever since I was a young boy and I won’t ever visit somewhere which I think is exploiting the animals. I firmly believe this place is doing the right thing.
The money raised purely here goes to helping tans!
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