One of the last remaining wild places on earth, Borneo offers a rare treat for the nature lover. It’s one of the world’s last two remaining homes to the orangutan. Among our favourite Borneo destinations is Mulu National Park. Here you can hike through spectacular untouched jungle and visit Asia’s longest cave. The Kinabatangan River is a bird-lover’s paradise. All eight of Borneo’s hornbill varieties are commonly spotted here as well as a variety of other fascinating wildlife such as pygmy elephants. As well visiting the beautiful endangered orangutans at the Sepilok Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre, meet another of the region’s most vulnerable species – the Malaysian sun bear
With its dense rainforests, tropical coastal islands and mysterious jungle valleys, Borneo is a rare destination these days. It’s a place where you can still encounter nature in its truest form, with a rich variety of colourful and endangered wildlife amidst amazing natural scenery. This trip to the Malaysian state of Sabah and Sarawak takes you face to face with many unique species, including orangutans, proboscis monkeys and hornbills.
TRIP UPDATES FOR 2019:
From 1st January 2019 we will continue to visit the same destinations as in 2018, but in a different order due to changes in flight schedules.