us on a 6 week extreme jungle adventure to
help protect the endangered Orangutan in one of the oldest and most
rainforests in the world. Working with the New Orangutan Rehabilitation
Project, we head deep into the jungle to help construct rope bridges,
viewing structures. Location for BBC TV series "Orangutan Diary", we
also trek into the jungle to track released orangutans.
Click top right, to watch our video for more details. Come and join us, make a real difference!
What to Expect
Begin your jungle adventure with our intensive training in jungle
survival, first aid, navigation and evacuation scenarios. This is the
opportunity to prove that you're tough enough to survive the remote
wilderness that awaits. You will also learn about conservation in
action by visiting the low land orang-utan clinic to learn about
orang-utans, their habitat and the threat from humans.
Next, travel deep into the jungle to the release site, an adventurous 3
day journey upriver by various forms of transport. Our orangutan
reintroduction project is in a remote location in the centre of
Indonesian Borneo, in a designated release area covering 35,000 hectares
of primary protected lowland rainforest. For the next 4 weeks you will
help our monitoring research team with a number of physically
challenging projects including rope bridge construction, hides and
lookouts and information posts. You will also assist the team with their
Jungle Trek— To
reward you for your hard work (and to REALLY test your survival skills)
you'll head off on a 5-10 day trek into the unexplored Borneo jungle.
You'll see incredible creatures, stunning views, be swinging through the
trees, jumping into plunge pools and clambering through undergrowth.
The Trek is in one word...unforgettable.
- Expert Jungle Survival Training
- Help Save the Endangered Orangutan
- Trek through stunning and remote landscapes
- Three day river adventure to release site