Deep in the heart of Tanjung Puting National Park at Kalimantan Indonesia Borneo Island, Dr Birute Galdikas established Camp Leakey about 40 years ago. The first Orangutan research and rehabilitation center in the world. Now-a-days Camp Leakey is a famous tourism destination to snap photo’s of orangutans easily in the wild natural habitat. An eco-tour into Tanjung Putting start from Pangkalanbun ’s Kumai harbor, by drifting on a traditional wooden klotok boat upstream Sekonyer River. The wet swamp land and prime lowland rainforest forms a canopy during your cruise, while you relax sit back in the lounge of the comfortable furnished klotok boat deck terrace enjoying the jungle nuance of wild monkeys swinging in the trees, and Hornbills swoop before the klotoks. When the river becomes narrow and you will get a great view of the proboscis monkey's with their enormous snout, troops of macaques apes and diverse leaf monkeys, you will become close to Camp Leakey where the boat will dock ashore at the platform in the middle of know-where. The off the beaten track adventure starts when you get of board to walk the wooden jungle trails, where the wild orangutans come crashing through the forest to entertain your wildlife trip experience at your path. Tanjung Putng Reserve wildlife is diverse from the endemic Borneo proboscis monkeys, Orangutans to gibbons, and other forest denizens including clouded leopard, leaf monkey, macaque, pangolin anteater, tiny tarsier, lizards, crocodiles, pythons and more then 600 bird spieces as the most famous Sun Birds, pheasants, Kakatua, and Hornbills. During the night you can choose for the luxury rooms of Rimba Lodge with private hot-cold water showers and air conditioning rooms, or the camping style comfortable klotok boat deck, which is turned into a sleep accommodation with matrasses and mosquito nets, while the fire flies light up dancing in the forest. Pondok Tanggui in the corner of Tanjung Puting park as another wild Orangutans highlight trekking tour experience, is not for faint hearts as this trip is out of the comfort zone and traveling rather little tuff, although an unforgettable exploration of Kalimantan ‘s wild terrain of jungle land. This 2 days safari tour is an unforgettable, magical journey, where you are cut off from the rest of the world and thrust into what little nature remains of this vast Borneo tropical island. Kalimantan is, importantly, one of the last remaining refuges for orangutans in the wild.