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The Best Known Animals In Tanjung Puting Are The Orangutans, Made Famous Through The Efforts Of The Orangutan Research And Conservation Program, Which Is Based At The Landmark Camp Leakey Research Station. Without This Rescue Centre, Many Of The Orangutans Would Not Have Survived The Mass Deforestation That Has Taken Place Over The Last Few Decades. You Can Find Kalpataru, The Best Dedicated Orangutan Tour. Come On An Adventure With Us. All Facilities Ready To Serves You
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Frequently Asked Questions
There’s five best places to see orangutans in Kalimantan are:
1. Tanjung Puting National Park. (the best one)
2. Sebangau National Park
3. Kutai National Park.
4. Gunung Palung National Park.
5. Betung Kerihun National Park.
There are direct flight from Jakarta, Semarang and Surabaya to Iskandar Airpot – Pangkalan Bun. There no difert flight from Denpasar Bali to Kalimantan, you should transit in Jakarta or Surabaya, or Semarang and then continue flying to Kalimantan. For Orangutan Tour the destination city is Pangkalan Bun (PKN).
The best way to experience the orangutan tour in Tanjung Puting National Park is by boat of Klotok (local transportation). Going on a klotok was an amazing experience all by itself.
Every klotok is equipped with upper deck for the guest to enjoy the day, with table and chairs to enjoy freshly cooked food on the boat. At night the crew will set the mattresses, pillow and mosquito net. Western toilet and shower are also available on the boat.
Best time to come Tanjung Puting National Park Pangkalan Bun Kalimantan is betwen October to May. (low season). July to October are dry season. It will be hot and humid throughout, with temperatures rising towards the end of the season before the rains come.
And the wet season, which lasts from October to February. You can expect sunshine in the morning and rain in the afternoon or evening, which generally last a few minutes to hours. There’s no such thing as bad weather in Pangkalan Bun, only pure excitement and adventure! Pangkalan Bun has an equatorial climate, generally hot and sunny all year with a relative humidity of around 80%. The average temperature in the lowlands is 32°C, while in the highlands it is around 21°C.
Yes. Pangkalan Bun in general is a safe destination with relatively low crime rates. Visitors should exercise the usual precautions – not walking alone at night, not leaving valuables such as cameras and smart phones on display, using registered and licensed taxis and many more.
Time zone in Pangkalan Bun, Mendawai, West Kotawaringin Regency, Central Kalimantan (UTC+7). Pangkalan Bun – Central Kalimantan in Indonesian Time Zone (The Indonesian archipelago geographically stretches across four time zones from UTC+06:00 to UTC+09:00
Orangutans are large, but in general they are quite gentle. Adult males can be aggressive, but for the most part they keep to themselves. They are uniquely arboreal – living their lives quietly up in the trees away from predators.
No. Orangutans are highly susceptible to human diseases/viruses. If you are lucky enough to see one on the grounds or the pathways you must give way to them and not touch them. In addition, human contact is kept to a minimum, not only for the safety of the orangutans but to avoid unnecessary risks to visitors (orangutans are very strong and as wild animals can be unpredictable).
To ensure their best possible chance of survival once they are eventually released back into the wild, dependence or familiarity with people is strongly discouraged.
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