2019 Borneo, Rainer and Julie Martens

Posted Oct. 8th, 2020 by Jill Mangum

“Proboscis monkeys leaping from 40-feet high trees executing a belly-flopper in the Sekonyer River. An orangutan swinging gracefully through the trees with its infant tucked under its arm. A giant komodo dragon reaching up on the trunk of a tree for succulent honey. Snorkeling with manta rays gracefully gliding beneath us. It’s just part of the photographic excitement that we experienced on Natural Exposures’ first adventure to Indonesia. The trip has some logistical challenges as we had to fly from Bali, to Java, to Borneo, to Flores Island to put us in a position to see these remarkable creatures in their own habitat. But, hey, you don’t get unique photos of wildlife in the wild by going to your local zoo! We highly recommend this outstanding adventure for a very special opportunity to photograph these creatures, meet the friendly people of Indonesia, and experience the richness of its culture.”