About Siti’s Tanjung Puting Orangutan Klotok Boat Tours and Kumai Tours
Hi, my name is Siti. My company offers Tanjung Puting orangutan klotok boat tours, as well customized Pangkalan Bun/Kumai-area eco tours and cultural heritage tours. I specialize in customized tours of Tanjung Puting National Park and the Kumai area.
Each year I add more and more tours, and the opportunity to get off the beaten path in Borneo and beyond. I am now offering the following tours:
- Tesso Nilo National Park elephant sanctuary tours in Sumatra
- Cross Borneo wildlife and adventure travel tours
- Snorkel Indonesia snorkeling/beach trekking trips in Java (Gili Labak and Karimunjawa)
- Assortment of specialized eco/cultural heritage tours in the Kumai/Tanjung Puting area
I am originally from East Java, but moved to Kumai, Central Kalimantan many years ago, as I loved the quiet, small town environment and nature. I worked for numerous local tour operators organizing klotok trips and arranging all the trip details, as well as working as a Tanjung Puting klotok guide for two years.
I was trained by Mr. Andi Jaka, Tanjung Puting National Park’s most experienced guide. Mr. Andi has 32 years of experience as a Tanjung Puting guide, and is now part of our team (see below). I am one of six female guides for Tanjung Puting National Park and my company is the only woman-owned tour company in Kumai or Pangkalan Bun, Kalimantan.
I volunteer at a local school teaching English, and can help arrange volunteer opportunities. Please see the volunteer section for more information on volunteer opportunities near Kumai.
About Our Team
Each member of our team is a very experienced Tanjung Puting guide, and we all speak excellent English. We are all very familiar with the park and surrounding area.
Mr. Andi Jaka has been a Tanjung Puting guide for 32 years, and has trained many of the younger guides. Mr. Andi is recognized as the park’s oldest, most experienced guide. He speaks English, Spanish, a little Dutch, and several native languages. Mr. Andi is a native of Kalimantan Tengah and grew up in the jungle of Kalimantan. He is a member of the Dayak tribe.
Dedy has more than eight years of experience as a guide, and is a former Tanjung Puting National Park ranger. Dedy lived in England for three years and now lives in Pasir Panjang village, near the Orangutan Foundation International orangutan clinic and quarantine center. He is part Dayak and part Malay.