Kalimantan occupies nearly three-quarters of the island of Borneo, and plays host to some of the oldest rainforests in the world, home to an incredible array of wildlife. But it’s not just about the rainforest, there are bustling markets to be explored, rivers to be rafted and delicious local food to be sampled.
Tanjung Puting - Spot orang-utans and Proboscis monkeys from a traditional wooden houseboat
Palangkaraya - Share lunch in a Dayak village and watch daily life on a cruise through the city’s waterways.
Loksado - Float on a bamboo raft down the Amandit River, walk past farms and villages and swim by a waterfall
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