Tanjung Puting National Park is one of the great wonders of Borneo. The klotok boat Jungle Cruise is a wildlife mecca for tourist. The nature reserve provide a refuge for Borneo’s 15,000 species of plants, 222 species of mammals, 420 resident birds, and numerous other reptile, amphibian and fish species
This Derawan Archipelago has several islands as Maratua, Kakaban and Sangalaki and is occupied by the native Bajau people, known as the nomadic seamen, living in their traditional villages, and even in the stilt houses build in the sea. The beautiful sea gardens with paradise white beaches and coastal forests make it an ultimate tourist destination
The Fascinating Mahakam River at Indonesia Borneo Island is the tourist highway route into Kalimantan hinterland. The river from the spring at the mountains in the deep hinterland to the coastal delta, measures almost 1.000 kilometers. Cruise trips brings you to the colorful Culture longhouse Dayak settlements, where the native Borneo people hide in the rainforest
Banjarmasin known of its culture floating market and river life, has little to the north the Meratus Mountain range Dayak longhouse villages with emarld forest view, the Bamboo Raft adventure downstream the Amandit River are the main tourist attractions.
Kalimantan 's golden triangle, from adventuring the jungle wildlife, authentic culture, to dive or relax chilling the bounty beach. Teluk Sumbang at the coastal line of Berau regency in East Kalimantan. From the eco lodge you can easy explore the karst jungle, canoeing the mangrove forest, or dive the coral reefs, explore Bajau Tribe of Kaniungan Island
Kutai Park in East Kalimantan province has many species of animals such as wild orangutans, proboscis monkeys, deer, crocodiles, cloud leopard, marbled cat, Flat head cat, leaf monkeys, macaque, tarsier, lizards and more then 500 bird species as hornbills, sun birds, pheasants and kingfishers. The tourist points at Kutai park are Camp Kakap or also known as Prefab, and Sangkima
Sebangau National Park is located at the Sebangau River south of Palangkaraya, and known of its large population of wildlife including orangutans and agilegibbon. While not far located from Palangkaraya, it is not easy to reach, and need some expertise. The WWF do research and have build accommodation facilities for visitors to contribute the eco-tourism development
Kayan Mentarang National Park covers an area of 1,600,000 ha and is located in the far interior of North Kalimantan province. The park comprises the largest remaining block of rainforest in Borneo and as such forms a very important refuge for numerous species, including many species that are endemic to the Bornean mountain bioregion
Mountain Jungle Trekking
The Meratus mountain is Green Belt of flora and fauna in South Kalimantan.
Wild Jungle Adventure
Kayan Mentarang is an isolated area of 1,600,000 ha of rainforest in Borneo.
Off the Beaten Track
Rainforest trek through the heart of Borneo mountain bioregion.
Adventure Jungle Trek
Cross East to West Borneo through the deep jungle of the Muller Mountains.