Welcome to THE Kingdom of orangutan

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Time Spent in Nature is Never Wasted

Welcome to the Kingdom of Orangutan where you’ll encounter the awe-inspiring beauty of nature and embark on unforgettable adventures. Uncover boundless beauty and the hidden treasures of the rainforest in the heart of Borneo. Get a glimpse of the wildlife in their natural habitat, while cruising along the Sekonyer River at Tanjung Puting National Park, Central Kalimantan, Indonesia. Our knowledgeable guides, skilled ship captains, and expert chefs will try to do their outmost to make sure you have an unforgettable experience. Do reach out and commence your orangutan adventure today.


Unlimited Beauty

Why Tanjung Puting National Park?

Look closely at nature Every species is a Masterpiece, exquisitely adapted to the particular environment in which it has survived.

Who are we to destroy or diminish biodiversity?

Each species plays a vital role in maintaining the delicate balance of our ecosystems. We’re merely a part of this intricate web of life, and our actions can significantly impact biodiversity. Preserving and respecting biodiversity isn’t just about protecting other species; it’s also about safeguarding our own future. Every organism, from the smallest insect to the largest mammal, contributes to the beauty and functionality of our world. It’s crucial to appreciate and protect this diversity for the health of our planet and generations to come.

The diversity found within a forest reflects the individuality and intricacy of each leaf, each tree, and each living being. Likewise, every journey we take through nature or in life is an experience crafted by our unique perspective, circumstances, and interactions. Just as no two leaves or trees are identical, no two moments or paths in life are exactly the same. Embracing this diversity enriches our experiences and reminds us of the wonder in the world around us.


Christian Hansen

“ this rather expensive experience is worth it… yes, 110% – this trip wouldn’t have been the same without the incredible team from Orangutandays”

A Look Inside the World

The equivalent of 36 football fields of forest are clear cut everyday

Logging poses a clear threat to orangutans, who spend their lives in trees. Fires further endanger them, as the smoke disorients them, making them vulnerable to habitat loss and death. These fires are often ignited to clear land for farming and oil palm plantations.

Oil palm plantations, catering to the global demand for the tree’s versatile oil used in cooking, cosmetics, and biofuel, exacerbate the issue. However, the appeal of palm oil comes with substantial costs. These plantations frequently replace tropical forests, leading to the destruction of endangered species, displacement of local communities, and the emission of climate-warming gases. Displaced orangutans often starve or perish in fires, while some are killed by plantation workers who view them as pests. Additionally, orangutan poaching
poses a significant threat, with mothers often killed for their babies, which are then sold as pets on the black market due to their perceived cuteness

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Our Boats

The river is my happy place, memories made at the river last forever

Princess Kumai


River Dance


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