Palangkaraya Tour. In the local Dayak language, Palangkaraya means ‘holy container’. Palangkaraya can easily be reached from Jakarta, Banjarmasin, Samarinda, Balikpapan and other points on the island by air. The town has become the center of government, trade and education of the province. The Regional Museum of Palangkaraya contains a collection of historical and cultural interest from all over Central Kalimantan.
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Central Kalimantan is the biggest province on the island, covering 153,800 square kilometers, most of which is jungle. The northern area is mountainous and difficult to reach. The central area is dense tropical forest. The southern area is swampy and has many rivers. The climate is hot and humid. The tree Dayak sub-tribes who inhabit this province are the Ngaju, Ot Danum, and Ma’anyan Ot Siang. The Ngaju are nomadic, adhering to old Kaharinga n religion, which is a form of ancestor worship mixed with elements of animism. With approximately 6,000 people, the Ot Danum is the largest among the tree subtribes. The Ot Danum live in longhouses which sometimes have as many as 50 rooms. The women are known for their skill in plaiting rattan, palm leaves, and bamboo. Like other Dayaks, the men are good hunters, using simple tools. The art of Central Kalimantan clearly bears the marks of Kaharingan religion, which is the traditional belief of the Dayaks in the hinterland of Central Kalimantan. Building styles, statues and carvings have been influenced by the Chinese, and Hindu-Javanese. Aside from their aesthetic properties, many objects are appreciated for their magic value.
Palangkaraya Tour Central Kalimantan
Day 01. Arrival – City Tour – Check in hotel
The group will be picked up at Tjilik Riwut airport and go to the hotel to check in. next, go for lunch in Traditional food restaurant. Next, the group will visit Museum Balanga to see about Dayak Cultural and Ethnography. Then, visit to Ransel Buku program in Petuk Katimpun village which is this program bring local children to love books,environment, culture, etc (we would like to suggest you to donate some education book or story books, stationary,etc to this program). Back to Palangkaraya for seeing souvenir shop and dinner.
Day 02. Orangutan Conservation – Traditional Dayak Dance
In the morning after breakfast, we visit the Pre-Release Orangutan to see Orangutan conservation with small motorboat. We then visit local project “BOSF (Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation)” to watch some video about the impact of deforestation for Orangutans. Lunch and Back to Palangkaraya. Then, visit traditional Dayak Dance.
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Day 03. Sebangau National Park
We go to Sebangau National Park for Jungle trekking in peat swamps. We can see the beautiful view from black lake, vegetation, wildlife (can’t be guaranteed). PS. lunch box is provided by us. Then, back to Palangkaraya and dinner.
Day 04. Check out hotel – Transfer to airport
Breakfast at the hotel. Check out hotel. Then we take you to the airport. End of tour.
Palangkaraya Tour 4 Days 3 Nights Price
2 pax : Rp 6.160.000/pax
3-4 pax : Rp 4.890.000/pax
5-6 pax : Rp 4.720.000/pax
7-8 pax : Rp 4.480.000/pax
9-10 pax : Rp 4.390.000/pax
- entrance the locations,
- Meals and alcoholic drinks,
- car rental,
- special dance performance, and guide fee.
- personal expenses,
- flight tickets, and Tipping guide.