Central Borneo Tours and Guide


Palangkaraya Tour (Orangutan, Nature and Cultural Dayak Tour)

Central Borneo is rich of cultural, traditional, and unique tribe in the world. Dayak is the name of tribe in Central Borneo. Native Dayak people have strong connection among nature, animal and spirits. Meeting local people in a village which has education project, visiting Orangutans and trekking in a peat swamps jungle that you never feel the same before in another countries! Hornbill, Orangutan and proboscis monkey are the icon of Central Borneo. We would like you to join with us in Dayak Cultural and Orang Utan tour and the time are flexible. This tour supports small local business in Palangkaraya the capital city of Central Borneo. Small local business as follows: Local motorboats Spirit of Hornbill Dance Academy in Palangkaraya...
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Palangkaraya River Cruise (Relaxing, Orangutan and Village)

  Cruising to upstream in Kahayan and Rungan river, visit the village, meet local people and Orangutan are something special tour that we offer to you! Beautiful view and weather, the reflection between the forest and river,  then our delicacies meal on the boat. Doing a river cruise for 3D2N with us will be unforgettable moment. The boat with our comfort cabins have fan cooler, AC, kitchen, cook, and international toilet standard. Makes your Borneo tour is perfect! Sample itinerary as below : Day 1               PALANGKA RAYA – START CRUISE (Saturday/Tuesday) Meet at Palangka Raya airport / hotel and transfer your boat in Palangka Rayaharbour to start your journey. Cruise past the stilted and floating houses of the provincial...
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Sebangau National Park ( Nature, Wildlife, Peat Swamps, Blacklake)

Sebangau is a National Park which located in Central Kalimantan, Indonesia. This is special interest for International Tourist who needs and sees plant, peat swamps, jungle trekking, etc. According to the Sabangau National Park management, this area is ± 542.141 Hectare. it is located at three different places, such as Katingan Regency, Pulang Pisau Regency and Palangka Raya City, Central Kalimantan, Indonesia.             Sabangau National Park has some important values. The first, it has a lot of high variety of flora and fauna species, included 166 flora species among those species that are protected as Ramin, 116 bird species as Bangau Tong-tong (storks species), 35 mammals and 36 species of fish which are protected, an...
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Orangutan in Tanjung Puting Tour

Orang Utan in Tanjung Puting Tour Tanjung Puting National Park has several ecosystems consist of lowland tropical rainforest, dry land, forest, freshwater swamp forests, mangrove forests, coastal forests and secondary forests. This area is dominated by lowland forest plants like Gelatin (Dyera costulata), Ramin (Gonystylus bancanus), Meranti (Shorea sp.), Keruing (Dipterocarpus sp.), and Rattan. An endangered species endemic and protected, contained in the forest Tanjung Puting National Park include the orangutan (Pongo Satyrus), proboscis monkey (Nasalis Larvatus), maroon leaf monkey (Presbytis rubicunda rubida), bears (Helarctos malayanus erysipelas), deer (Tragulus javanicus close), clouded leopard (Neofelis nebulosa), and a cat...
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Maratua Island, Kakaban, Sangalaki, and Derawan Tour

The coral reefs that surround Maratua Island, Kakaban, Sangalaki and Derawan are bursting with colour and life and over 870 fish species live in these waters, from pygmy seahorses to giant manta rays. These Islands are part of a chain known as the Derawan Islands, which consists of six main islands as well as a number of islets and reefs, all set in the aqua-blue waters of the Sulawesi Sea. From Jakarta, took a short flight to Balikpapan and transfer to Berau, East Kalimantan and then transferred to Maratua Island by speedboat. In around three hours I arrived at the island, a small sandy atoll and a truly magical place. The next day involved a trip to the nearby island of Sangalaki. It took 1.5 hours to reach the island by small...
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Gawai – A Festival of Colours, Tradition and Dance 2018

19 May 2018 - 24 May 2018
In the city of Pontianak, West Kalimantan (Borneo) the Dayaks, the local indigenous people, present an incredible cultural festival every May. Join professional photographer David Metcalf as he leads a personalised cultural tour and a local Dayak female  Yun who will be your English guide to this wonderful event every May 19-24. You will witness authentic traditional rituals and ceremonies, a colourful parade around the city, plus traditional games and competitions including blow pipe shooting, traditional top spinning, tattoo carving, shield painting, beading, and weaving.  One of the highlights is pig catching! The pigs are actually smeared in oil. This is a Cultural Tour, however you have the benefit of a professional photographer...


Explore the Beauty of Central Borneo Hidden Heritage, Nature, and Culture.
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