Pondok Tanggui Orangutan Rehabilitation Tanjung Puting Park
Tanjung Puting National Park was founded in 1970 as the first place in Indonesia to become a Reserve for orangutans. There are now three orangutan rehabilitation locations, Tanjung Harapan, Pondok Tanggui, and Camp Leakey. Tanjung Puting National Park at Central Kalimantan Indonesia Borneo Island is the location for semi-wild and wild orangutans in the middle of the prime Rain Forest. Tanjung Puting National Park Flora and Fauna is an ecological wealth, from coast featured mangroves swamps, and low-land rain forest, to dense jungle. The wild life is exotic, orangutan, only found at Sumatra and Borneo, along with the endemic proboscis monkeys, 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.
Tanjung Puting park Travellers InformationTour Destination :
Pondok Tanggui Orangutan Rehabilitation centre & Tanjung Puting Reserve and National Park
Main Interest & Things to do :
Jungle Trek, flora and fauna reserve with wild orangutans, and other excotic wildlife, as crocodiles, several birds species, and many flower spieces can be found here.
Pondok Tanggui as one of the Orangutan Rehabilitation center near Camp Leakey
Flora & Fauna :
Tropical Rainforest and Wildlife
Tour Starting Point :
Pangkalanbun or Palangkaraya Central Kalimantan, Indonesia
Tour Transport Possibilities :
by car or public bus from Palangkaraya,or by flight to Pangkalanbun continue by klotok houseboat into the National Park and Reserve.
Tour Ending Point :
Pangkalanbun or Palangkaraya, Central Kalimantan, Indonesia
Travel Distance to entry point :
250 Km from Pangkalanbun Airport
Tour Duration :
Short Get Through Visit 3 to 5 Days
Hotels & Accommodation :
Hotels, Lodge, or Klotok Houseboat
Tour Grade :
Usual to challenging