Rukun Damai Dayak Kenyah village
Mahakam River upper stream Rukun Damai village is a settlement of mostly migrated Dayak from the isolated Apokayan highland region early 1970. the village Dayak Kenyah art with long ear woman and tatoos an artul longhouse, and authetic culture
Rukun Damai Dayak village Mahakam River Travel InformationTour Destination :
Rukun Damai, Mahakam River, East Kalimantan, Indonesia
Main Interest & Tour Activities :
Dayak Kenyah and Dayak Bahau traditional Culture, with Longhouse and Dayak arts, surrounded by Jungle and Rainforest.
Small Dayak Populated village along the almost upper part of the Mahakam River, learning traditional Art and the History of the Dayak Kenyah Culture, also a jungle trek, or rainforest hikking can be done, recommended visit time is 1 or 4 days
Traditional Dayak Culture and Longhouse with Art can be found in the village of Rukun Damai, recommended visiting time for Dayak Culture is 1-2 daysJungle Trek can be done in the surrounded area of Rukun Damai, or Along the Mahakam River, recommended visit time for jungle trek and Dayak Culture is 1 to 4 days.
Dayak Kenyah & Dayak Bahau
Flora & Fauna :
Rain forest & wildlife
Tour Starting Point :
Balikpapan, or Samarinda East Kalimantan, Indonesia
Tour Transport Possibilities :
by Public Bus or car from Balikpapan to Samarinda, continue by Houseboat or public ferry to Long Iram, and then by motorcanoe cruise up to Rukun Damai area, estimated travel time to reach Rukun Damai, from the entry point Balikpapan is 2 - 3 days.
Tour Ending Point :
Balikpapan, or Samarinda East Kalimantan, also possible to Trek via the Muller Mountains range to Pontianak in West Kalimantan
Travel Distance to entry point :
600 Km to from Balikpapan Airport
Tour Duration :
Short Get Through Visit 6 to 8 Days
Tour Grade :
Moderate / all ages