Planning your holiday? WWF recommends getting away from its all with community-based ecotourism in Borneo's highlands
In the heart of Indonesian Borneo, two community-based ecotourism projects were started in Hulu Pujungan and Krayan Hulu (East Kalimantan). The main purpose was to develop alternative ways to generate income from the forest and natural areas withouth destroying them.
Both Hulu Pujungan and Krayan Hulu are partially included in the Kayan Mentarang National Park, the first park in Indonesia to be managed collaboratively with local communities Find out more
To pay a visit to orangutans in the wild (Kapuas Hulu, West Kalimantan, Indonesia) while supporting efforts for responsible tourism, check out the KOMPAKH website Find out more