Explore the wilds of Borneo, Sumatra and Flores, searching for endangered wildlife. Led by Dr Claire Oelrichs, scientific advisor to Save Indonesia's Endangered Species, we explore majestic rainforests and learn about one of the most bio-diverse places on earth. This journey offers the opportunity to discover regions ignored by conventional tourism, visit conservation centres, meet rangers, researchers and locals who protect endangered wildlife habitats. Beginning with Tanjung Puting National Park in Kalimantan (Borneo), we stay at Rimba Orangutan Eco Lodge and enjoy daily cruising along the Sekonyer River. Here we are guaranteed to see orangutans, Proboscis monkeys, macaques, langurs and gibbons along with lowland bird species. We visit orangutan feeding stations and learn about the rescue and rehabilitation efforts. We travel to Sumatra and explore the jungles of Way Kambas National Park, still home to tigers, rhinos and elephants. Whilst sightings are rare, the thrill of tracking these animals in their natural habitat is a 'once in a life time experience’. Staying in Satwa Elephant Eco Lodge we use safari style vehicles for wildlife viewing with a chance of seeing tapir, Sun bears, Siamang gibbons, deer and endemic birdlife. Visiting the nearby conservation centre, we bath Sumatran elephants and meet the mahouts and staff members. We travel east to Flores Island, our base to visit Komodo National Park which protects the largest lizard in the world, Komodo dragons. We enjoy crystal clear snorkelling over coral reef and colourful fish around Rinca Island. A scenic drive to Mbeliling Forest and a walk into a Manggarai ethnic village completes our tour before we return to Denpasar.