Kutai park is wildest National Park of Kalimantan and the best spot to explore wild orangutans. Sofar the world travel guidebooks turned travelers to visit orangutan and wildlife rescue or rehabilitation centers in Borneo, while the information of research field surveys give a bright sign of rainforests in good condition and a wild orangutan population of about 2000 individuals at Kutai National Park, despite the positive survey results of the flora and fauna conditions, the wildlife jungle of Kutai Park is still an unexplored off the beaten track tourism destination in Kalimantan.
The basic but cozy Morio Jungle Lodge accommodation located at the riverbank of the Sangatta River, has seven rooms furnished with beds, matrasses, pillows and blanket sheets gives an refreshing jungle overnight experience for tourist visitors in the reserve. The boat ride to Kutai National Park visitors camp in the rainforest, is about 2 hours upstream from the bridge, or approximately 25 minutes by canoe from the closest harbor of camp Kabo. The river cruise embarkment the sign of the undiscovered rewarding highlight “welcome to Kalimantan 's wild jungle” when getting more upstream towards our overnight camp side.
Once in the Reserve you will experience the day and night concert sounds of the rainforest nature from humming, buzzing, chirping frogs, cicadas, gibbons, macaque monkeys and birds.
The forest trails are designed for short expedition hikes to explore the flora and fauna of the most wildest and adventures Nature Reserve of Kalimantan in the Indonesian territory chunck of Borneo island. During your forest trekking, you can meet with the secrets mammals and birds of the rainforest as, the Orangutan intelligent primates, several species of macaque apes, Leaf Monkeys, Proboscis Monkeys, Clouded Leopard, Marbled Cat, Sun Bears, crocodiles and lots of bird species, as Kingfishers and Hornbills.