7 reviews of Semenggok Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre Tour from Kuching
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Reviewed by Robert G, March 2013
An excellent chance to see Orang Utans in their natural habitat and also close up. I certainly would not argue with Ritchie (the male alpha) he smashed a bill board up with no effort at all, obviously in a bad mood! To see mum's and babies swinging effortlessly through the forest was excellent. An excellent trip.
Reviewed by Mary B, March 2013
My driver arrived bang on time no waiting around wondering if there was some communication problem. he was friendly and informative about the rehabilitation centre, how it functions, history, success rates etc etc. Also made it very clear that these are wild animals and do not just show up for tourists, which shows the program is working. I have to say though, I was overcome with joy and emotion that we did indeed see a mother and child Orangutan interacting out in the open and for some time. Giving everyone a wonderful chance to take photos,video and just watch the chance of a lifetime experience. What an amazing first day in Borneo for me.
Reviewed by Andrew W, Australia, June 2012
Feeding time open to the public lasts one hour.We went for the 9am feeding and was worried we were not going to see any Orangutans because as of 9.45am there was still no sign of them. Then five turned up and the staff were nice enough to let us stay till 10.20am. Great to see the apes swinging thru the trees doing what ever they wanted to do. Well worth it.
Reviewed by Ursula T, Australia, June 2010
Reviewed by Glenda B, June 2011
good going by 'private' car; friendly and interesting driver. always too little time with the orangs but worth evry minute.
Reviewed by James B, USA, December 2009
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