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Before visiting Indonesia Borneo, you may need to get vaccinations and medications to prevent yourself against diseases, your health-care provider will know what you will need, depending on factors such as your health and immunization history. To have the most benefit, visit a health-care provider latest 4–6 weeks before your trip to allow time for your vaccines to take effect. Even if you have less than 4 weeks before you leave, you should still see a health-care provider for needed vaccines, to get information about how to protect yourself from illness and injury while traveling.

Although yellow fever is not a disease risk in Indonesia, the government requires travelers arriving from countries where yellow fever is present to present proof of yellow fever vaccination. If you will be traveling to one of these countries where yellow fever is present before arriving in Indonesia, this requirement must be taken into consideration.

Malaria
If you will be visiting a malaria risk area in Indonesia, you will need to take one of the following antimalarial drugs: atovaquone/proguanil, doxycycline, or mefloquine.
Malaria risk area in Indonesia: Risk in rural Sumatra, Sulawesi, Kalimantan and Nusa Tenggara Barat. No risk in urban areas.Risk in all areas of eastern Indonesia (provinces of Papua Indonesia, Irian Jaya Barat, Nusa Tenggara Timur, Maluku, and Maluku Utara).
No risk in Jakarta, resort areas of Bali and the island of Java.

Malaria Symptoms
* fever
* chills
* sweats
* headache
* body aches
* nausea and vomiting
* fatigue

Other Medical Prevention Needs
- Iodine tablets and portable water filters to purify water if bottled water is not available.
- Sunblock and sunglasses for protection from harmful effects of UV sun rays.
- Antibacterial hand wipes or alcohol-based hand sanitizer containing at least 60% alcohol.
- Lightweight long-sleeved shirts, long pants, and a hat to wear outside, whenever possible.
- Flying-insect spray to help clear rooms of mosquitoes. 
- Bed nets treated with permethrin.


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Highly pathogenic avian influenza (H5N1) continues to cause outbreaks in domestic and wild bird populations and has caused human cases in several countries in Southeast Asia. In 2006, the virus continued to spread in poultry populations in Indonesia. Avoid all direct contact with birds, including domestic poultry (such as chickens and ducks) and wild birds, and avoid places such as poultry farms and bird markets where live birds are raised or kept. For a current list of countries reporting outbreaks of H5N1 among poultry and/or wild birds, view updates from the World Organization for Animal Health (OIE), and for total numbers of confirmed human cases of H5N1 virus by country see the World Health Organization (WHO) Avian Influenza website.

Do not swim in fresh water (except in well-chlorinated swimming pools) to avoid infection with schistosomiasis. Leptospirosis, a bacterial infection often contracted through recreational water activities in contaminated water, such as kayaking, is common in tropical areas of Southeast Asia.

Measles transmission persists in the region, although vaccination coverage is improving in some countries in Southeast Asia. Influenza infections can occur throughout the year in tropical areas.

  Source : World Health Organization

 
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Kalimantan Tours

Jl.Martadinata Raudah 1 # 21
Samarinda - East Kalimantan
Indonesia
Phone +62 8125846578  travel@kalimantantours.com


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Orangutan Tanjung Puting

Tanjung Puting National Park is know of it's orangutans, and a popular tourist destination of Kalimantan, we are offering multi-day klotok cruise boat tours into the jungle to view wildlife and visit the research centers in Tanjung Puting.  »

 
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Banjarmasin, Loksado & Meratus

The traditional Floating Market of Banjarmasin in the tributary of the Barito River, Loksado Bamboo Rafting adventure at the Amandit River, and the Meratus mountain emerald forest view overlooking Kalimantan 's jungle tours.   »

 
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Mahakam River Cruise

The Mahakam River of Kalimantan flows from it's spring 980 km in the Muller Mountains to the Makassar Strait as the only infrastructure channel, tourist can explore the Dayak Culture in the low and middle part, and the Borneo Jungle at the upper part of the Mahakam River.
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Kutai Park

Kutai National Park is covered with lowland forest, and home to lot of wildlife species, including the endangered orangutan, and proboscis monkeys, Kutai Park is located at the east coast of Borneo Island,  approximately at the equator.   »

 
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Derawan

Derawan bounty archipelago of white beaches, palm trees, and blue lagoon sea, is home to coral and fish diversity, green turtles, laying their eggs at Sangalaki beach, the Manta's
around. Mangrove forest Kakaban island has the worlds largest yelly fish lake
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