2 DAYS 1 NIGHT Starting At US$ 492 - 620 per person

    Trip Itinerary

    Day 1


    Meet at Palangka Raya your hotel or at the airport for transfer to your boat in Palangka Raya harbour to start your journey. Cruise past the stilted and floating houses of the provincial capital and continue upstream along the forest lined river, passing villages. We stop at the village of Petuk Katimpun and walk along boardwalks to visit the small library foundation. The boat continues upstream to a beautiful black water lake system, where we take canoes at sunset. Later we find a quiet location for overnight.

    Ransel Buku Foundation

    Day 2


    The boat moves up the Rungan River as you enjoy breakfast. On arrival to Palas Island, a pre-release island operated by the Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation (BOS), take a motorised canoe to observe the orangutans and later continue to the BOS Education Centre where orangutans are awaiting release in socialisation cages. Learn about the BOS history and rehabilitation programs. Return to the boat and enjoy a leisurely lunch on board while cruising to Sei Gohong village. Check out 2pm for transfer to Palangka Raya airport or hotel. A car will be waiting at Sei Gohong village to transfer you to the airport or your hotel.

    Includes :

    Airport and other transfers as indicated, cabin accommodation, English speaking guide, meals and drinks during the cruise, off-boat tours and service tax.

    Excludes :

    Airfare, airport tax, porter, optional off boat tour, alcoholic and soda drinks on board. Itineraries are samples only. Cruise itineraries are subject to the starting port and to seasonal river conditions, but all offer the same experiences. Dry season conditions may cause alterations to the itineraries. Private charter itineraries may be tailor made to your timetable and special interests. Just ask us!

    Notes :

    Please do not wear bright coloured clothing when viewing the orangutans. Also please respect the animals and do not try to attract their attention, do not feed them and be quiet when observing them. We maintain the appropriate distance from the animals, as requested by the BOS Foundation