The term Kalimantan refers to the Indonesian portion of the island of Borneo, the 3rd largest island in the world.The non-Indonesian parts of Borneo are of Brunei and East Malaysia. More than 15 million people live in Kalimantan. The word Kalimantan was derived from Sanskrit Kalamanthana which means ‘ burning weather island’ or island with a very hot temperature to describe its hot and humid tropical climate. Skewered by the equator and roasting under a tropical sun the steamy forests of Kalimantan serve up endless opportunities for epic rainforest exploration. The Borneo rainforest is 130 million years old making it one of the oldest rainforests in the world and 70 million years older than the Amazon rainforest. The noble orangutan shares the canopy with acrobatic gibbons while prehistoric hornbills patrol air above. The local people collectively known as Dayak, have long lived with this rich challenging landscape, they also are well-known for their hospitality.

The term Kalimantan refers to the Indonesian portion of the island of Borneo, the 3rd largest island in the world.The non-Indonesian parts of Borneo are of Brunei and East Malaysia. More than 15 million people live in Kalimantan. The word Kalimantan was derived from Sanskrit Kalamanthana which means ‘ burning weather island’ or island with a very hot temperature to describe its hot and humid tropical climate. Skewered by the equator and roasting under a tropical sun the steamy forests of Kalimantan serve up endless opportunities for epic rainforest exploration. The Borneo rainforest is 130 million years old making it one of the oldest rainforests in the world and 70 million years older than the Amazon rainforest. The noble orangutan shares the canopy with acrobatic gibbons while prehistoric hornbills patrol air above. The local people collectively known as Dayak, have long lived with this rich challenging landscape, they also are well-known for their hospitality.

The term Kalimantan refers to the Indonesian portion of the island of Borneo, the 3rd largest island in the world.The non-Indonesian parts of Borneo are of Brunei and East Malaysia. More than 15 million people live in Kalimantan. The word Kalimantan was derived from Sanskrit Kalamanthana which means ‘ burning weather island’ or island with a very hot temperature to describe its hot and humid tropical climate. Skewered by the equator and roasting under a tropical sun the steamy forests of Kalimantan serve up endless opportunities for epic rainforest exploration. The Borneo rainforest is 130 million years old making it one of the oldest rainforests in the world and 70 million years older than the Amazon rainforest. The noble orangutan shares the canopy with acrobatic gibbons while prehistoric hornbills patrol air above. The local people collectively known as Dayak, have long lived with this rich challenging landscape, they also are well-known for their hospitality.

The term Kalimantan refers to the Indonesian portion of the island of Borneo, the 3rd largest island in the world.The non-Indonesian parts of Borneo are of Brunei and East Malaysia. More than 15 million people live in Kalimantan. The word Kalimantan was derived from Sanskrit Kalamanthana which means ‘ burning weather island’ or island with a very hot temperature to describe its hot and humid tropical climate. Skewered by the equator and roasting under a tropical sun the steamy forests of Kalimantan serve up endless opportunities for epic rainforest exploration. The Borneo rainforest is 130 million years old making it one of the oldest rainforests in the world and 70 million years older than the Amazon rainforest. The noble orangutan shares the canopy with acrobatic gibbons while prehistoric hornbills patrol air above. The local people collectively known as Dayak, have long lived with this rich challenging landscape, they also are well-known for their hospitality.

The term Kalimantan refers to the Indonesian portion of the island of Borneo, the 3rd largest island in the world.The non-Indonesian parts of Borneo are of Brunei and East Malaysia. More than 15 million people live in Kalimantan. The word Kalimantan was derived from Sanskrit Kalamanthana which means ‘ burning weather island’ or island with a very hot temperature to describe its hot and humid tropical climate. Skewered by the equator and roasting under a tropical sun the steamy forests of Kalimantan serve up endless opportunities for epic rainforest exploration. The Borneo rainforest is 130 million years old making it one of the oldest rainforests in the world and 70 million years older than the Amazon rainforest. The noble orangutan shares the canopy with acrobatic gibbons while prehistoric hornbills patrol air above. The local people collectively known as Dayak, have long lived with this rich challenging landscape, they also are well-known for their hospitality.