Tour module 7 days Mystic Kalimantan - Orang utans, Dayaks, whale sharks and much more
This tour module is an example trip and we can adjust or extend it if desired, for example with a visit to the islands in the Berau archipelago.
€ 985 p.p. based on 4 persons
•Transfers from and to the airport and port
•Entrance fees and donations
•Accommodations including breakfast, lunch, dinner
•Alcoholic and soft drinks
•Tips and personal expenses
•Other expenses not mentioned
•Diving and diving equipment
•Travel and cancellation insurances
•Booking costs and Calamiteitenfonds contribution € 30 per booking
Day 1 Arrival at Berau, to the Dayaks in Merasa
Day 2 Dayaks and orang utans in the wild
Day 3 Whale sharks, sea gypsies and mirror lake
Day 4 Teluk Sumbang, free day
Day 5 Kaniungan, mangroves, waterfall and Dayaks
Day 6 Kayaking at the mangrove and jungle trek
Day 7 Back to Berau
You stay in one of the local homestays in the village of Merasa. The homestays are extremely basic: usually a mattress on the floor, mosquito net, shared toilet and bathroom (Indonesian style mandi, no shower). meer info more info Informations supplémentaires
Aneka hotel Talisayan
Simple local hotel on the coast, in the village of Talisayan. Rooms with air conditioning, private bathroom with hot running water. meer info more info Informations supplémentaires
Lamin Guntur eco lodge
The eco lodge has a great location, with coral reefs directly in front of the beach and the jungle at the back. The lodge has 6 standard cottages, simple cottages with a terrace downstairs and a bedroom upstairs. Mattresses are on the floor in the bedroom. There is no air conditioning or fan. There are communal bathroom and toilet facilities with cold running water and western toilet. The resort has its own restaurant. meer info more info Informations supplémentaires
MerasaMerasa is a small Dayak village, about 2 hour drive from Berau airport.
TalisayanTalisayan is a fishing village on the coast of eastern Kalimantan. Early in the morning you can take a boat to the bagans (fishing platform) to snorkel with the whale sharks.
Teluk SumbangSmall fishing village on the east coast of Kalimantan. It is the base for trips to the Bidadari waterfalls, the island of Kaniungan and various traditional Dayak villages. With the jungle in the back and pearly white beaches and colorful coral in front of you, it is good to stay here.
Berau (Tanjung Redeb)Berau Regency (Indonesian: Kabupaten Berau) is one of the six regencies in East Kalimantan province in Indonesia. The capital is Tanjung Redeb. It has an area of 21,240 km² and a population of 179,079 at the 2010 Census.
Berau was formerly the name of a local sultanate that existed during the Dutch colonial period. In the early 19th century, it was divided into two separate sultanates: Gunung Tabur and Sambaliung.
Berau has a domestic airport and is the base for trips to Maratua in the Derawan archipelago