Gunung Palong National Park offers ultimate biodiversity, flora and fauna of tropical rain forest. The tour to the Park presents scenery of mangrove forest over the journey on the Kubu Lake up the meranti tree, iron wood etc. on the high elevation of primary rain forest. The tour also offers possibility to see fauna from the complex primate orangutan, gibbon, great hornbills (buceros bicrnes), pied hornbills (anthracoceros albirostris), black hornbills (anthracoceros malayanus) woodpeckers (dryocopusjavensis) and magpie robin (copsychus saulari) small bird with good song to the simplest insects named “kreang”, which song loudly during the sunset and sunrise as if a sound of bigger animals. The Park does not only tropical rain forest and ultimate diversity of fauna but it has Lubuk Baji waterfall to experience. It is not a big waterfall as you are meaning however it is fresh water which makes anyone interested to take some shower under the canopy of the giant plants. Gathering with local people, visiting neighbors is very common in the village, in the evening before going to the bed, tourist normally visited by villagers. The villagers are some times try to talk to the villager to express that they are good hosts. They are humble, friendly and warm. They welcome the guest with coffee or tea. This is a moment to explain to the villagers in the context of “explaining the importance of green life.” This occasion is expected to be an effective way to educate the villagers regarding natural resources and how to keep them for the next generation. The society around the park consist of Malay, Chinese, Dayak, Bugis, Maduries Javanese, Balinese etc. constitute living culture in harmony. In short, the tour presents opportunity to jungle trekking, rain forest and meeting local people for “eco-tourism” understanding of local community. 1. Day 1 Pontianak (chartered car) through mixing society of different culture, continue by river boating through mangrove forest then continue buy public bus end near by the National Park in the evening gathering with local people. 2. Day 2 Jungle trekking start from near by the National Park at about 9:30am, jungle exploring and stay over night a simple camp set up by our local guide. 3. Day 3 a full day jungle trekking starts at 8:30am am many some stop is made to relax and watching animal. It ends at 4:30 or 5:00pm in a camp of Orangutan monitoring a two stairs ecolodge. Around this place there are hornbills flaying around in the afternoon and early morning, and possibility to meet wild orangutan if you are lucky. 4. Day 4 the journey is started earlier at 5:30am – 8:30 to see mackaks and gibbon, after breakfast in the camp – 9:30am leaving the camp down to Lubuk Baji, waterfall – leaving jungle at about 11:00am. The journey is continued by chartered car to the town, and continued by public bus to Ketapang, overnight in Ketapang. 5. Day 5 Breakfast in the hotel. 7am leaving for the harbor, the ferry leave for Pontianak at 8.am, in the normal weather the ferry arrives in Pontianak at about 2pm. The tour is ended by transferring to the hotel in the city or to Airport.