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Camp Leakey

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This is the most famous of the three feeding stations found along the Sekonyer River in Tanjung Puting National Park. My spouse and I visited in mid-September 2018 when crowds were smaller than during the high season. Nevertheless, the boat congestion was still unbelievable on...More

Thank CJW913
Reviewed 1 week ago

We took a klotok to an area near Camp Leakey and then hiked about 45 minutes to a feeding station where we hoped orangutans would come to fill up on bananas and coconuts. In addition to several orangutans, we saw wild boar and other kinds...More

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Reviewed August 28, 2018

I have other reviews of this tour, specifically talking of Camp Leakey In comparison to the other 2 stops, at Camp Leakey there are a lot more benches for sitting on, and it also attracts more people (somehow). When we were there, a female orangutan...More

Thank Stuart T
Reviewed July 27, 2018 via mobile

This place and experience are very special. The orang utans were so beautiful and fascinating. Apart from breaking branches when travelling effortlessly through the treetops they are silent. One day we also saw a black handed gibbon too. If there were no feeding stations you...More

1  Thank Kathy E
Reviewed July 9, 2018

On a three day river cruise to view orangutans we stopped at Camp Leakey to attend the daily feeding. It was amazing to watch the orangs swinging in through the trees coming into the platform for bananas and sweet potatoes. It was an incredible experience....More

Thank ClaireInBoulder
Reviewed June 24, 2018 via mobile

Camp Leakey provides education and passion for the conservation of orangutans. It is inspiring and provides a wonderful experience for observing the orangutans as they come for a feed of bananas.

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Reviewed June 12, 2018

I went on this tour May 2018. AP Phoenix described it perfectly. It is not about luxury nor comfort. It is all about orangutans, up close and person. Such wonderful animals. No aggression towards us, just curiosity. You could travel with another company, but you...More

1  Thank Nancy L
Reviewed June 3, 2018

Slightly disappointing museum/info centre that feels neglected, however because it was the original rehabilitation centre, the orangutans here are very comfortable with people and its likely to be the place you'll have a close-up encounter. There's a delightful gibbon who comes to the feeding platform...More

Thank LaraM1743
Reviewed May 22, 2018

Dr. Birute Galdikas founded Camp Leakey over 40 years ago. If not for this center and the work that Dr. G conducted here, the world would not have it's foundation of knowledge about orangutans. The staff are extremely knowledgeable and are clearly dedicated to the...More

2  Thank AP_Phoenix
Reviewed February 19, 2018

Started in the 1970's, this humble research center doesn't look like much. But, it is the final destination in the three feeding station tour of the orangutans and other wildlife. This walk is relatively easy compared to the first feeding station (it's long, but the...More

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Craigsfreedom
September 15, 2017|
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Hi craig .. for the cost you mean maybe you can directly ask one of the organizer tour and send your message via email you can see on the site that each they have or you can see in orangutansholiday .. i hope useful for you... More
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February 6, 2017|
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Normally for a trip tour to the Tanjung Puting National Park 3D2N package, if you want to order the package and make sure the number of days and the number of people. To better feel the beauty of good nature you sleep in... More
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zibra2005
January 19, 2017|
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Hi Zibra, you can getting here from kuching → Pontianak → Pangkalan Bun, or kuching → Jakarta → Pangkalan Bun ( airplane ) and after pangkalan bun → Kumai . For orangutan tour surf beautifulorangutantour please. Kind regard
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