Come and explore one of Asia’s last remaining tropical rainforests in all its wild glory. Take in a jungle safari on wooden river boats and across bamboo bridges. But most importantly, spot wild orangutans in their natural habitat—possibly the only natural habitat left on this planet for these beautiful creatures! This impossibly lush green island is shared by Indonesia, Malaysia and Brunei. The Indonesian part of the island is largely covered by the Kalimantan region, which is home to the Tanjung Puting National Park. This Park is one of the best places to watch orangutans in the wild, and is a wonderful vacation spot for families. Typical jungle animals you’re likely to spot—other than shaggy orangutans swinging along the forest canopy—include Proboscis monkeys, clouded leopards, gibbons, porcupines, Sambar deer, colourful birds and butterflies. All in all, a memorable holiday that you are unlikely to forget!