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WOW Borneo’s aim is to give our guests an intimate encounter with Kalimantan, its forests and wildlife, by working with the local Dayak people to create amazing once in a lifetime holidays.
We do this through our famous cruise journeys, now operating for 10 years on 3 different river systems. Kalimantan’s rivers remain the best way to travel through the forested landscape, and to experience Borneo’s iconic and endangered orangutan and the fascinating Dayak culture. Our specially guided tours enable you to discover the orangutan in its natural habitat and give you the opportunity to make a difference to their survival through the Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation’s adoption program.
Our overland tours take you to experience first hand the mystical Dayak culture by staying in longhouses, or visiting the Derawan islands to explore the hidden depths beneath the sea, or to go beyond Kalimantan’s shores to the islands of the great monitor lizard, the Komodo dragon.
WOW Borneo’s luxurious cruise boats take you through beautiful forest lined rivers to discover wildlife and Dayak culture. Our specially guided and fully catered cruises take you into areas which enable you to learn about and observe the iconic orangutan in their natural habitat. Wow Borneo operates three boats along three river systems in Central Kalimantan, each offering a different experience of this critically endangered species.
WOW Borneo offers overland tours and journeys across Kalimantan. Our experienced guides accompany you to traditional longhouses for a first hand experience of the Dayak culture, or an overnight stay in the Sebangau National Park, refuge of wild orangutans. With trusted partner operators, we also go to the distant Derawan islands to explore underwater depths and the the famed Tanjung Puting National Park.
Wow Borneo’s luxurious KM Rahai’i Pangun takes you on specially guided cruises to river islands, enabling you to observe iconic orangutans in their natural habitat. We also visit villages along the river and get to know the Dayak culture. With only 5 cabins, our cruise holidays offer comfortable accommodation, delicious food created from local ingredients and great service. Easily accessible from Jakarta International Airport, its an exclusive experience away from the crowds.
Wow Borneo’s KM Spirit of Kalimantan is now cruising the majestic Katingan River. Comfortable and spacious, the Spirit provides an ideal base to journey down this vast, scenic river, stopping at villages, and exploring the maze of waterways. There is an unforgettable night in the Sebangau National Park for trekking to glimpse wild orangutans in the forest. We also see proboscis monkey troups, hornbills, listen to gibbon calls in the early morning. All this with delicious food and good guides.
Wow Borneo’s new luxury boat, KM Sekonyer, launched in Kumai is now cruising the canals of Tanjung Puting National Park, famed orangutan conservation park. With 3 double cabins, each one air conditioned and with an ensuite western bathroom, this boat has scheduled departures. The Sekonyer has all the same features as our other boats, spacious and comfortable viewing decks, delicious food, informative guides and great program to observe orangutans.
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Kalimantan Tour Destination is re-branding to WOW Borneo
Come and join us on our quality, comfortable, relaxing cruises, accompanied by our English speaking guides, knowledgeable in the local culture and environment, leading you on canoe trips through the black water lakes and on strolls through river side villages.
We have 2 weekly scheduled departures on Saturdays and Tuesdays with a choice of 5 cabins sleeping a maximum of 12 on board the Rahai’i Pangun. Our new family cabin is specially designed for families and can accommodate 4 passengers in air conditioning. And all just a short hop from Jakarta!
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New ! Katingan River & Sebangau National Park Orangutan 5D4N
Come and explore a new destination and a different river and venture into the dense forest that is the Sebangau National Park, famous as a refuge for the largest remaining population of wild orangutans on Borneo.
Cruising the boundary of the Park along the Katingan River, one of the longest rivers in Borneo, we visit villages to experience traditional culture, explore mazes of black water lakes and finally venture into the forest and overnight in a comfortable lodges for your night wildlife walk.
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