Covering two thirds of the island of Borneo, Kalimantan is a wild province seldom visited by travelers. Shrouded in large tracts of rainforest, traditional Dayak villages are connected by a complex river system, but the most well-known inhabitants of this island can be found swinging through the trees.
Orangutans, proboscis monkeys and macaques make their home here, along with hornbills and other exotic bird species. This is the largest population of wild orangutans left on earth, providing a rare opportunity to encounter these endangered and endearing creatures in their natural habitat. Sleep onboard an enclosed traditional wooden riverboat for a truly authentic experience.