Join us on a Wildlife Asia Big 5 adventure! This unique tour is designed for participants to have the opportunity to see Indonesia’s Big 5 ; Orangutans, Elephants, Rhinos, Sunbears and Gibbons. Wildlife Asia tours not only provide a unique opportunity for supporters to see their funds in action but also serve to encourage local communities to value and protect wildlife and habitat.
Next Tour dates: 22 November- 1 December 2013
There really is nothing like giving back. That’s right, in this specially crafted expedition you will visit the habitat of five of Indonesia’s highly endangered animals – Orangutan, Silvery Gibbon, Sun Bear, Rhino and Elephant – and by doing so help protect their environment for generations to come.
In 2013, Wildlife Asia continues their mission to assist with the long-term survival of Indonesia’s endangered animals and habitat by establishing responsible eco-tourism and by doing so raising much needed funds and supporting local communities.
The National Park parks and Sanctuaries we will visit are home to many rare and interesting species, But it is the set of 5 species – Rhinos, Orangutans, Gibbons, Elephants and Sun Bears – that we are directly supporting that we come here to visit. The sheer presence of these magnificent animals will provide a life changing experience. We will see both wild and rehabilitated animals and have the opportunity to be educated by resident experts about all the various species we visit.
The expedition is conducted by Garry Sundin whose Orangutan Odysseys travel agency has already helped hundreds of people experience the trip of a lifetime and has raised over $100,000 for wildlife conservation. The expedition is accompanied by Clare Campbell, the Director of Wildlife Asia who has extensive experience in the conservation of wildlife in Indonesia, particularly gibbons and rhinos. Clare will provide expert commentary and interpretation of the wildlife projects.
For more information about Wildlife Asia’s Big 5 Tour please visit www.orangutanodysseys.com/wildlifeasia
We look forward to sharing our wildlife conservation experiences with you!