Visit the Orangutan wildlife Jungle of Tanjung Puting National Park as Kalimantan ‘s animal conservation reserve. Cruise with the tourist klotok boats the jungle river system as the backroad infrastructure to experience the unique natural tropical rainforest rhythm. The diverse flora and fauna consist of mangrove swamp and low land rainforest, home to endangered and endemic Borneo animal species. The private tourist klotok boat cruise facility is the ultimate designed traditional wooden boat of two decks, the lower deck is for the crew, as captain, your private cook, and the tour guide who navigate you the days thru the tranquil forest. The upper deck is your private furniture simple but comfortable suite lounge with a three-dimensional view, to spot the animals during your cruise safari in the rain forest of Tanjung Putting park. While you sit back and shoot your pictures of the macaque apes, or Borneo endemic longnose proboscis monkeys, in the trees, crocodiles show up in the dark brown river, and hornbill birds fly crisscross over the boat. When entering Camp Leakey orangutan conservation, we walk the bush trails as a real National Geographic feature documentary, where orangutans and Borneo gibbons cross our path above in the forest trees. Little further upstream Pondok Tanggui conservation camp is located, as an animal preserved camp station in the middle of Kalimantan ‘s Tanjung Puting park. Tanjung Harapan and Pelasat are by the local people formed conservation centers for reforestation, tourist visitor guests can plant trees as a donation and helping hand as an effort to replant the rainforest which is damaged by logging or forest fires in the past. You will be guided insight over the Kalimantan jungle trails and local settlements to plant your tree by name, which will be administrated in the conservation log book of Tanjung Puting park reserve.