Thetraveljunkie.org – A journey is always a pleasure, but when you discover incredible places and learn new things, is even better. On our last trip we visited deep in the heart of Tanjung Puting National Park, one of the last remaining refuges for wild orangutans, brings travellers face to face with the auburn-coloured primates, gibbons, macaques and silver leaf monkeys.
There’s not a better way to start the week than riding a klotok, a wooden Indonesian houseboat.
An unforgettable, magical journey, where we are cut off from the rest of the world and thrust into what little nature remains of this vast tropical island. This is, importantly, one of the last remaining refuges for orangutans in the wild.
Stay tuned for more of our adventures in Tanjung Puting National Park, Indonesia.
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