Thinking about the island of Borneo conjures up images of dense tropical rainforest teeming with wildlife, and inhabited by a variety of indigenous communities - and this really is one place that lives up to the hype. Whilst some of the more comfortable rainforest lodges sit within Malaysian Borneo, at the northern end of the island, Indonesian Borneo (or Kalimantan as it is known) is the rugged, wilder sister. The world's third largest island is home to a variety of endemic species, from the bulbous nosed, pot-bellied proboscis monkey, to the Borneo bay cat, but perhaps the most famous inhabitant is the orangutan.
These endearing, endangered species inhabit a select few locations in Indonesia and Malaysian Borneo, and the Tanjung National Park in Southern Kalimantan is one of our favourite spots.

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