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Perahu Klotok-Orang Utan Discovery is Indonesia Tour Operator and Travel Planner (travel agency) located in Pangkalan Bun Kalimantan/Borneo, offers you Orangutan Tour Packages from Bali, Yogyakarta, Jakarta, for the private or for group or tailor made tour package and flight reservation to get to Pangkalan Bun The Orangutan's habitat in Kalimantan/Borneo, to discover Orangutan in Pangkalan Bun Kalimantan/Borneo. Lets discover Kalimantan or Borneo the most beauty island in Indonesia with its exotics animals Orangutan and Bekantan and the friendly tribe "Dayak".
ORANGUTAN DISCOVERY TOUR Indonesia tour operator and travel service located in Pangkalan Bun, will assist you visit easier to Orang Utan habitat in Kalimantan/Borneo from Jakarta, Jogjakarta (Semarang) and from Bali, with offering Orangutan Tour service such as:
1. Orangutan Tour Package - from other destination such as Bali, Semarang, Yogyakarta.
2. Flight Reservation - the flight by local company to Pangkalan Bun Kalimantan/Borneo from Bali or Semarang
3. Rooms Hotel Reservation for Orangutan Tour


About Orangutan
the exotic animal in Kalimantan/Borneo

orang utan-wikipediaThe word orangutan (also written orang-utan, orang utan and orangutang) is derived from the Malay and Indonesian words orang meaning "person" and hutan meaning "forest", thus "person of the forest". Orang Hutan is the common term in these two national languages, although local peoples may also refer to them by local languages. Maias and mawas are also used in Malay, but it is unclear if those words refer only to orangutans, or to all apes in general.

The word was first attested in English in 1691 in the form orang-outang, and variants with -ng instead of -n as in the Malay original are found in many languages. This spelling (and pronunciation) has remained in use in English up to the present, but has come to be regarded as incorrect.

The name of the genus, Pongo, comes from a 16th century account by Andrew Battell, an English sailor held prisoner by the Portuguese in Angola, which describes two anthropoid "monsters" named Pongo and Engeco. It is now believed that he was describing gorillas, but in the late 18th century it was believed that all great apes were orangutans; Pongo for the genus.

Orang Utan Discovery Orangutans are the most arboreal of the great apes, spending nearly all of their time in the trees. Every night they fashion nests, in which they sleep, from branches and foliage. They are more solitary than the other apes, with males and females generally coming together only to mate. Mothers stay with their babies until the offspring reach an age of six or seven years. There is significant sexual dimorphism between females and males: females can grow to around 4 ft 2 in or 127 centimeters and weigh around 100 lbs or 45 kg, while flanged adult males can reach 5 ft 9 in or 175 centimeters in height and weigh over 260 lbs or 118 kg.

The arms of orangutans are twice as long as their legs. Much of the arm's length has to do with the length of the radius and the ulna rather than the humerus. Their fingers and toes are curved, allowing them to better grip onto branches. Orangutans have less restriction in the movements of their legs than humans and other primates, due to the lack of a hip joint ligament which keeps the femur held into the pelvis. Unlike gorillas and chimpanzees, orangutans are not true knuckle-walkers, and walk on the ground by shuffling on their palms with their fingers curved inwards.


Featured ORANGUTAN Tour Packages
to visit Orangutan in Kalimantan/Borneo

Orangutan Discovery, offers you the best Orangutan Tour Packages with tour itinerary as followed:

4 DAYS ORANGUTAN TOUR - Tanjung Puting National Park

Upon arrival at Iskandar Aiport of Pangkalan Bun, our guide will meet you and transfer to Kumai. Lunch at local restaurant. Then we board a klotokĀ(typical long boat) go up the Sekonyer river to Rimba Lodge for accommodation. If time permit, a short trip up the river may we provide you with your first sighting of probosciss monkey or bekantan (Nasalis larvatus. (L,D)

Breakfast at camp. Fullday excursion through the Tanjung Puting National Park to see agile gibbons, black handed gibbons (hylobates agilis ), gray gibbons, proboscis monkeys, crab-eating macagues, larges dragonflies, a several large birds such as hornbilis, eagles & kingfishers, with a little more patience we may see an estuarine crocodile (crocodylus porosus). Then we star up the river to Camp Leaky, the Orangutan ( Pongo pygmeus), rehabilitation center. At Camp, we trek through the forest for a few hours and return to ranger camp for having lunch. Around 3.00 pm, we walk to feeding palce of the orang utan which have return to the wild. About 5.00 pm return to Rimba Lodge for dinner and accommodation. (B,L,D)

Breakfast at camp. Visit a small village nearby of Tanjung Puting, before going up river to Pondok Tanggui to trek in the forest for a few hours to see some semi-wild orangutan being fed. Continue the trip to Natai Lengkuas to see long nose monnkey research. Lunch boxes will be provided. Afternoon back to Rimba Lodge. (B,L,D)

After breakfast, board a Klotok cruise back to Kumai. Then transfer to the airport for flight to your next destination. (B,L,D)


5 DAYS ORANGUTAN TOUR- Bangkal Wildlife & Orchid Tour

On arrival at Aiport of Pangkalan Bun, meeting swervice and transfer to Kumai for 20 minutes drive. Up Sekonyer River by Klotok(traditional long boat) to Tanjung Puting National Park.Enjoy klotok ride up river to see many kind of animals along the river then check in at Hotel for accommodation and dinner. (L,D)

After breakfast, visit the Orang Utan feeding station at Pondok Tanggui and continue to Camp Leaky Orang Utan rehabilitation center, on the way we may see crocodiles, probiscis monkey and other primates, horn bills and king fishers. At Camp Leaky hike in the jungle for about 2 hours to see the orang utan being fed. Afternoon return to Kumai and Pangkalan Bun for overnight stay at hotel. (B,L,D)

Departure to the traditional Dayak village of Bangkal. On the way see large rubber, papper and palm plantations. Evening healing demonstration by shaman. Overninght at losmen. (B,L,D)

Morning hike in the jungle to see orchid and red palms. Return to Pangkalan Bun for accommodation at Hotel. (B,L,D)

Breakfast at hotel. Transfer to the airport for flight to next destination. (B)

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