Heart of Borneo an initiative of three countries, namely Brunei Darussalam, Indonesia and Malaysia to manage highland tropical forests in Borneo that are based on the principles of conservation and sustainable development.
The Heart of Borneo (HoB) refers to the main part of the island where forests remain intact. Covering an area the size of Utah in the US, Victoria in Australia or the whole of England and Scotland put together and extending into the territory of the countries of Brunei Darussalam, Indonesia and Malaysia, it is one of the largest transboundary rainforests remaining in the world. But the Heart of Borneo is not just a treasure trove of biodiversity - it is also a source of life and livelihood for people, providing ecological services for at least 11 million Borneans, including a million forest-dwelling indigenous Dayaks.
Pontianak Putussibau by flight then by longboat to Nanga Potan, the last village in the Sibau watershed. Overnight At local house Diner and lunch at local Restaurant .
Day:02 . Nanga Potan-Jeluang River-Tropical Rainforest.
After breakfast, the jungle trekking starts, hiking upstream the Potan River
we will hike up Jeluang Hill.
On the top Overnight at flying camp or Jungle camp.
Day :03. Tropical Rainforest -Ribut River
After breakfast and preparation, climbing up the Hill , After that we will reach the point where this river flows into the Suai River.
The fishes and the clear water invite you for a swim before constructing the second hanging tent camp on the riverbank.
Day:04. Suai River-Na Awin village.
After breakfast, we will head down the Suai River by boat raft until we reach the Na. Awin Village then
by car to Baligundi Longhouse
Day:05. Baligundi Longhouse-Putusibau .
After breakfast by car to Putusibau and then
to the Airport.
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Cruise Ship Port, Airport, Hotel, Address or Intersection, Monument/Building
Duration: 5 days
Private And share Transport
Estimated Local Cash Needed
1000000 IDR (Rupias) - Personal expenses And special drinks /foods
I am not a Driver, we will take a Driver with us.
National Parks and Private Reserves have their own local guides, we must hire them as needed.