1 Night in Rimba Orangutan Eco Lodge Pangkalan Bun

Stay at Beautiful Rimba Orangutan Ecolodge at Kalimantan. Located in one of the few remaining places on earth where Orangutans can be seen in the wild. Perched over the Sekonyer River on the edge of the Tanjung Puting National Park, in Kalimantan, Rimba Orangutan Ecolodge provides a unique base to explore the lush surrounding rainforest and encounter orangutans and eight other primate species and rich bird life.


  • Breakfast
  • 21% Tax and Service charge
  • Free welcome drink


  • Eco Friendly / Eco Certification: at Ecolodges Indonesia each of our lodges is dedicated to educating and empowering local communities in long term conservation and sustainable development.
Duration : 1 Night
Availability : Daily
Minimum : 1
Maximum : 2

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Amethyst Room (Double)
IDR 1.630.560
Emerald Room (Double)
IDR 2.174.080
Diamond Room (Double)
IDR 2.377.900

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Monday – Friday, 9am - 5pm

Sekonyer River, Kumai, Pangkalan Bun, Kotawaringin Barat, Kalimantan Tengah, 74181, Indonesia

About 1 Night in Rimba Orangutan Eco Lodge Pangkalan Bun

Spanning a diverse range of natural habitats Ecolodges Indonesia is a world leader in sustainable eco-travel. This privately owned eco group of Lodges allows travelers to have a real encounter with the flora and fauna of each unique location.

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304 Reviews from TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Thibbs1955 (Santa Clarita, California)
Reviewed 11 Jun 2019

"Nice But"

On our tour with Orangutan Odyseeys we spent one night at Rimba Lodge. Why????? We were on a house boat which I would have prefered to stay. The room was small and unfortunatly right next to the...

Visited May 2019

JochenHertweck (Frankfurt, Germany)
Reviewed 28 Apr 2019

"Pretty basic rooms, but a unique experience in a great location"

The Rimba Orangutan Eco Lodge is the only hotel in the Tanjung Puting NP and made up of several wooden huts which are connected by dozens of bridges. The setting right in the middle of the rainforest...

Visited May 2018

Sealrocker (Portland, Oregon)
Reviewed 09 Apr 2019

"Nice stay"

We visted for two night and while we did not spend much time here it was perfect. The rooms are basic with mosquito netting over a firm bed, mini-split air conditioner over the bed, desk, safe box, 2...

Visited Apr 2019

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