Borneo & Sumatra Expeditions 

2019 dates coming soon

with P a u l D a l e y

 
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“If you have come here to help me you are wasting your time, but if you have come because your liberation is bound up with mine, then let us work together.”


― Lilla Watson, Indigenous Australian Activist 

 
 
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One community we have partnered with since 2011 is Tem'bak village in the interior of West Kalimantan province, Indonesian Borneo. This is an indigenous Seberuang Dayak community who have resisted the invasion of industrial palm and are actively regenerating sustainable alternative livelihoods.

Entering this incredible village we are warmly welcomed into a way of life where community, belonging and nature connection allow us to slow down, breath, connect, laugh, play - learning from the original forest people of Kalimantan.

This is a unique opportunity to experience an authentic bio-cultural immersion in the heart of West Borneo.

Our local Dayak friends - Agung and Disrekia - local activists who are educating and inspiring change from the ground up - are keen to host you and share their love of the forest and their vibrant earth-connected culture.

Journey into the Heart of Borneo.

Details and Dates coming soon…

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In Sumatra our partners at the Orangutan Information Centre (OIC) and Nature For Change (NFC) are actively plant trees and regenerating the Leuser Ecosystem - one of the most biodiverse rainforests on our planet - the last place on Earth where Tiger, Orangutan, Elephant and Rhino co-exist.


In the past 10 years OIC have planted over 1.6 million trees, chopped down more than 15,000 illegal oil palms and rescued hundreds of displaced Sumatran orangutans.

The organisation now have 6 fully operational Ecosystem Restoration Camps strategically located alongside the Leuser Ecosystem.

These bio-cultural forest expeditions are in fully solidarity and support of the ongoing regeneration of our biosphere!

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