The Best of Indonesia’s Wildlife
This comprehensive natural history trip has been designed to showcase the best of South East Asia’s iconic wildlife in a logistical and unhurried manner. We begin with Tanjung Puting National Park in Indonesian Borneo, home to highest population of wild orang-utans in the world, plus proboscis monkeys, langurs, bearded pigs, crocodiles and much more. Moving to southern Sumatra, you will likely see Sunda slow loris, siamang gibbon, elephant, deer, many birds, reptiles and, with luck, some rare mammal species in little-visited Way Kambas National Park. Crossing over the Wallace Line to northern Sulawesi, visit Tangkoko National Park for its characterful Sulawesi crested macaques, spectral tarsiers and excellent coral snorkelling. Finally venture to the remote Komodo and Rinca Islands, where the legendary komodo dragon has its last redoubt. We believe you won’t be able to find a better wildlife itinerary for Indonesia than this one.