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Orangutans are only found naturally on Borneo and Sumatra, yet each year, thousands make the pilgrimage on orangutan holidays to see the dwindling numbers that remain. The lure of seeing something so unique and intelligent is powerful, and each visit to a sanctuary, rehabilitation centre or remaining tract of virgin rainforest supports the conservation of these creatures for future generations.
Why our holidays to see orangutans are so successful. We use expert naturalist guides with local knowledge and experience. We work with dedicated lodges that offer comfort and good facilities. There are great opportunities to see the area’s other wildlife. We can tailor an orangutan holiday …
Please note we are not currently recruiting for Long Term Volunteers. Please check back in 2019. Orangutan Foundation International protects 6,000 wild orangutans in Tanjung Puting National Park, in Kalimantan, Indonesia. Facilities include 16 guard posts throughout the park and numerous staffed feeding stations in addition to the Orangutan Care Center and Quarantine (OCCQ), which […]
Orangutan holidays may not be at the forefront of most people’s ideas when planning their next adventure, but these unique and unforgettable trips can be a life-changing experience for many. The orangutan is in danger of going extinct and something must be done to stop this horrific thought becoming a reality.
Description of Orangutan volunteering in Borneo. This one, two or four week multi-award-winning volunteering holiday in Borneo is set within the Matang Wildlife Centre. Volunteers will be assisting the centre's wonderful permanent team as they aim to rewild and release their current population of orangutans back into the rainforests of Malaysian Borneo.