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
•SGR contribution € 5 per person
•CO2 compensation € 22 per person
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 Dayak village about 2 hours drive from Tanjung Redeb. The village has a number of local guesthouses with very simple facilities.
From the village you will sail by motorized canoe in two hours to the primary rainforest and the river island of Bawan. As often in the jungles of Kalimantan you come face to face with the orangutans
TalisayanThe absolute highlight in Talisayan is swimming with the whale sharks. All year round, except around the full moon, fish from 5 to 10 meters come to the bagans, floating fishing platforms, to feast on the scraps of sprat.
A colorful Bajo (sea gypsies) village is located near Talisayan. A little further you will find the Labuan Cermin mirror lake with salt water on the surface and fresh water in the depth.
Teluk SumbangThe small fishing village of Teluk Sumbang on the east coast of Kalimantan is the base for trips to the Bidadari waterfalls, the island of Kaniungan and various traditional Dayak villages.
With the jungle at the back and pearly white beaches and colorful coral in front of you, it is a good place to be.
Berau (Tanjung Redeb)Berau is the area in East Kalimantan, which also includes the Derawan archipelago. The capital Tanjung Redeb has an airport with several daily flights to Balikpapan and daily to Samarinda and Jakarta.
Berau is both the base for the Mystic Kalimantan tour of the east coast and to the Derawan archipelago. The city itself has little to offer.