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Hiking, Trekking, and Ecotours

Satisfy your craving for outdoor adventure with a trip into some of Indonesia's rugged and untamed nature.

From trekking in the jungle and seeing orang utans play in the wild to climbing volcanic peaks of Bromo or Kelimutu, there is no end to the amount of outdoor adventures you can have in Indonesia. Using an eco-tour to explore some of the most remote destinations will ensure that your visit conserves nature rather than exploits these beautiful destinations.

Come to Indonesia to embrace the great outdoors and some of nature's most impressive wonders that you will surely never forget.

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  • Banyuwangi

    Banyuwangi

    Located on the eastern-most edge of the island of Java, just across the island of Bali, lies the town of Banyuwangi. Its busy port, Ketapang, serves regular ferries that ply daily between Bali and Java carrying passengers, cars and buses, as well as trucks laden with all sorts of goods to and from Java. Being the east-most city on Java, this is where the dawn first rises in the morning throwing its welcoming rays over Java, this lush green...

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    Location: Java » East Java » Kab. Banyuwangi

     
    Wanawisata Forest

    Wanawisata Forest

    Wanawisata Forest is a large park with various types of endangered species of Kalimantan trees. Its interesting layout makes Wanawisata as destination for families, particularly during weekends. This tourism park is open daily from 8 am to 5 pm. Its entrance fee is only Rp.1.000 per person.

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    Location: Kalimantan » East Kalimantan » Kota Balikpapan

     

    Mount Palung National Park: Habitat of the Orangutan

    Located on the border between Ketapang and North Kayon in the province of West Kalimantan, Mount Palung National Park is one of the largest national parks in Indonesia. Officially open to the public in 1990, Mount Palung National Park covers a total area of approximately 90,000 hectares containing many animal species including birds, mammals, as well as many rare floras. The main attraction of the national park is the undisputed ruler of the...

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    Location: Kalimantan » West Kalimantan » Kota Pontianak, Kab. Ketapang

     

    Kayan Mentarang National Park

    Kayan Mentarang National Park is the biggest uniformity of primary and secondary forest, which covers 1,360,500 hectare, and still remains in Kalimantan and in the Southeast Asia. It is located in Bulungan, East Kalimantan, Indonesia, with humid weather and temperatures around 16°C - 30° C. This national park, situating at 200– 2,258 meters above sea level, has approximately 3,100 mm per year of rainfall.Because of its geographical location,...

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    Location: Kalimantan » East Kalimantan » Kab. Malinau

     
  • SEBANGAU NATIONAL PARK: Where Orang Utans Roam Free in the Wild

    Spread out between the Katingan and the Sebangau Rivers, just at the outskirt of Palangkaraya,, the Sebangau National Park in Central Kalimantan is one of the last remaining peat swamp forests in Borneo. The vast national park covering approximately 568,700-hectare is home to over 6,000 orangutans, forming one of the world’s largest populations in the wild. Aside from its rich biodiversity, the forest is also known for its special ecosystem...

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    Location: Kalimantan » Central Kalimantan » Kota Palangkaraya, Kab. Katingin

     

    The Lamandau River Wildlife Reserve

    The Lamandau River Wildlife Reserve, (in Bahasa Indonesia: Suaka Margasatwa Sungai Lamandau, or SMS Lamandau) is a river that flows through 76,000 hectares of tropical rainforest, and is a sanctuary for many endangered species, including the Borneo Orangutan. The reserve is funded by the Orangutan Foundation International (OFI) and provides preservation of lowland forest ecosystems and orangutan habitats. It is also a source of livelihood for 12...

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    Location: Kalimantan » Central Kalimantan

     

    Pulau Kaget Nature Reserve

    In the episode called “Flight 714” of the classic comic series Adventure of Tintin (released in 1968), there is a hilarious scene where a character named Allan looked at a peculiarly unique long-nosed monkey and imagined it to be his boss Rastapopoulos. That peculiarly looking primate is in fact a Proboscis Monkey, the unique mascot of South Kalimantan. These indigenous dwellers of the Borneo Forest find their home at Pulau Kaget...

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    Location: Kalimantan » South Kalimantan

     

    BANTIMURUNG Bulusaraung National Park: Roaring Waterfall, Kingdom of Butterflies

    In 1857, leading British naturalist, Alfred Russell Wallace discovered wonders beyond his imagination as he travelled into the interior of South Sulawesi, Indonesia. He found himself surrounded by thousands of enchanting butterflies of various sizes and colors.  Fascinated by the scene, he dubbed the area “the Kingdom of Butterflies” and later spent most of his life in this region to enjoy and examine the 150 species of...

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    Location: Sulawesi » South Sulawesi » Kab. Maros

     
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