- Come face to face with wild orangutans in the rainforests of Borneo
- Visit Camp Leakey and learn about the work of Dr Birute Galdikas
- Watch hornbills, proboscis monkeys and monitor lizards from the Sekonyer River
- Spend time at the relaxed Rimba Eco Lodge
Indonesian Borneo is a wild, exotic part of Asia - tropical forests harbour rich wildlife for those prepared to travel beyond the traditional trips and who prefer their orangutan holidays without the crowds of tourists in Malaysian Borneo at Sepilok. This jungle-covered island is for travellers seeking an authentic wildlife experience and for many a highlight is spending time on an orangutan safari in Tanjung Puting National Park on our unique orangutan conservation holiday.
The research station at Camp Leakey has helped to develop eco-tourism as an important role in the countries' economy, helping to stave off the ever present threat of palm oil plantations and logging. The joy of drifting along the smaller waterways of the Bornean rainforest, with colourful hornbills, lively proboscis monkeys and the elusive orangutans nearby make this area a magical place to visit.
We are able to arrange a wide variety of orangutan wildlife holidays and safaris alongside some of the world’s leading orangutan researchers and experts.