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For recent experience,  Laura was wrote her experience staying on the houseboat called kelotok to see Orangutan in Indonesian Borneo please check the travelling stomatch

Fin and Sep was sailing around the world and having stop in the Tanjung Puting National Park. Please csee their page on Nautilus at Sea

Zander and Family, they decided to live on sailing boat and keep travelling around the world to see the color of the world. Quick stop here to see Orangutan and it was something special for us. They named their Yatch Boat is Lumba, an Indonesian word to call dolphin. Please visit their page LumbaZander

Jordi y Moni spent 2 night in our old wooden house, and they wrote their orangutan trip experience in Tanjung Puting National park with us https://mochileandoparacambiarelmundo.wordpress.com/2015/11/17/kalimantan-descubriendo-el-borneo-indonesio/

Staying in the local homestay during Ramadhan, and experiencing Iedul Fitri (cristmas for moslem) celebration, Cintia Castelo wrote her experience on her blog http://cintia-viajera.blogspot.co.id/2015/08/borneo-en-tierra-de-orangutanes.html

Spending 3 days with Moyer’s family, before cross to Java and trooping to Bromo Mount, Ijen Crater and Bali Island. It was a long trip but we met a million of stars in the beautiful sky… Lets Go to Tanjung Puting National park for Orangutan, the only great ape in Asia. …http://twoyearsupfront.blogspot.com/2015/04/in-wild-with-donald-trump.html

Gema and Raul spent their holiday with us in Tanjung Puting National Park, please check it out http://delmekongalmundo.blogspot.com/2015/01/tanjung-puting.html?spref=fb

Heather Fischer, an American-Germany family river cruising in Borneo, please check it out: http://ourinternationallife.wordpress.com/2014/09/05/a-family-river-cruise-in-borneo/

Sarah and Eric, American, spent 3 days in the park with us. Please read their experinece on http://rosesaroundtheworld.com/indonesia/2014/7/1/orangutans

Cliff and Natalie wrote on their nice food and travel blog. They spend 3 days here. Please check http://pasturebraised.com/borneo-orangutans/

Birgite and Briggite an family friend, wrote their experience in the travelpod http://www.travelpod.com/travel-blog entries/tobirgits/1/1387655718/tpod.html

Nathalie, Rus, Oliver, Dylan and Calvin, a France family spend several time to see orangutans and sea turtle in Borneo. They also have been a first family to stay in Nina Homestay. An indigeneous people who working together with us … Here Nathalie wrote …http://5inasia.lairdutemps.org/node/117

Another France traveler, Nico and Celine wrote: Rendez-vous avec nos cousins Orang-Outan !http://www.seulsaumonde.fr/rendez-vous-avec-nos-cousins/

Anne-Marie and Sebastien also wrote their experience staying in the local homestay, experiencing with indigeneous people (even they already modern enough) but still have a local wisdom. Please check it out http://1bigtour.com/2014/03/01/terima-kasih-indonesie-2/

For another experience of people who have trip with us, please check this blog, an experience in a trip to Tanjung Puting, France Couple-Benni and Laura wrote their safari at January 2014 with a tittle INDONESIEN: http://www.wirsinddannerstmalweg.blogspot.com/2014/02/indonesien.html

Spanish couple, Ruben and Lucia  wrote an article about their great experience in the National Park with us. They travel at December 2013. The title is TANJUNG PUTING. You will need the google translator maybe. http://algoquerecordar.com/lugares-indonesia-tanjung-puting/

Ernst Aebi, a painter who dedicate his time and money for community development and strenghtened in Timbuktu, a small remote village in Afrika, wrote his along journey at february 2013 in Borneo-Tanjung Puting national Pak to Pontianak then reach malaysian Borneo. Thanks for giving us a nice paint. Here he wrote REPORT FROM THE BOAT: http://hittingtheheadwithahammer.blogspot.com/2013_07_01_archive.html

I would say thank you for your visiting here, thank you for caring on Indonesian Biodiversity, and thank you to support our conservation efforts.

In the end we will conserve only what we love. We will love only what we understand. We will understand only what we have been taught.( Baba Dioum)

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    • Aroa Velasco
    • September 4, 2018
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    fantástica experiencia!!! Recomendable 100%!!
    El personal del barco atento, y detallista! Muy buena experiencia!

    • Reply

      Mucas gracias por visitar. We are happy to heard that you enjoy the tour and experience.
      Best regards,
      Arif