Kutai National Park Orangutan Wildlife Reserve
Kutai National Park at Indonesia Borneo Island is a wildlife wealth within the rainforest jungle of Indonesia ’s largest island which is also known as Borneo.
Kutai National Park is 200,000 hectare of tropical rainforest natural habitat for animals species as proboscis monkey, orangutan, honey bear, deer, Kalimantan rhinos, crocodiles and at more then 300 bird species including the hornbil, and kingfisher. Kutai National Park was declared as nature wildlife reserve by the Sultan of Kutai, A.M. Parikesit in 1936, covering 306,000 hectares of dense jungle land.
Kutai Park Travel Information
Tour Destination :
Kutai National Park & Nature Reserve, East Kalimantan, Indonesia Borneo Island
Main Interest & Things to do :
Jungle Trek, tropical flora and fauna reserve with truly wild orangutans, and other exotic wildlife, as proboscis monkeys, crocodiles, sun and honey bear, deer, the Kalimantan rhino and a wide collection of endangered insects and bird species. The flora contains the oldest hard wooden tree in the world, and many flower spieces.
Dayak tribe, Kutai tribe
Flora & Fauna :
Tropical Rainforest and Wildlife, Orangutan, Cloud leopard, Hornbill, crocodiles, proboscis monkeys, honey and sun bear, deer, Kalimantan rhino
Tour Starting Point :
Balikpapan, East Kalimantan, Indonesia
Tour Transport Possibilities :
by cartered car or public bus from Balikpapan to Samarinda, continue by chartered car or public bus to Bontang and Sangatta, transit for a chartered canoe sail upstream Sangatta River to the jungle base camp, estimated travel time is 1 day to Reach Kutai National Park and Reserve.
Tour Ending Point :
Balikpapan, or Samarinda airport East Kalimantan, Indonesia
Travel Distance to entry point :
300 Km from Balikpapan Airport, 150km from Samarinda airport, or 450km from Berau airport of East Kalimantan, Indonesia
Short Get Through Visit 3 to 5 Days
Accommodation & Hotels :
Hotels & Jungle Lodge
Tour Grade :