Tanjung Puting is what Kalimantan was before. Declare as a game reserve in 1935 and a National Park in 1982, Tanjung Puting has several types of ecosystem; lowland tropical forest, dry land forest, fresh water swamp forest, mangrove forest, coastal forest, and secondary forest. The Park is home to several endangered endemic species such as proboscis monkey, maroon leaf monkey, sun bear, clouded leopard and leopard cat. It has 220 species of orchids, hornbills, and the much sough Arwana (dragon fish). Tanjung Puting is the best known for its Orang Utans as it was the first Orang Utan rehabilitation center in Indonesia. The center has now located in three locations, known as Tanjung Harapan, Pondok Tanggui, and Camp Leakey. To see the Orang Utans in the wild is the highlight of this trip and the trip will take you to out of comfort zone, it’s rather tough however the whole trip could be your best memorable experience.