Danum Valley and Tabin
Sabah boasts many conservation areas, the most famous of which is Danum Valley, a 438 square kilometer area of pristine primary rainforest. Further west lies the Tabin Wildlife Reserve, and although this is secondary rather than primary rainforest, there are still ample opportunities to spot some of country’s most endangered species.
Whilst obviously one of the main reasons to head into the rainforest is to try and catch site of the wildlife, the experience itself offers so much more than just animal-spotting. Both Danum Valley and Tabin Wildlife Reserve are wonderfully remote and provide the opportunity to really feel completely secluded and surrounded by nature; something that is getting harder and harder to achieve in today’s world.
Kuala Lumpur, Sandakan, Kinabatangan River & Gaya Island
A journey through the heart of Malaysian Borneo showcasing the very best this diverse country has to offer. Discover metropolitan Kuala Lumpur before exploring the dense Borneo Rainforest. See pygmy elephants and orangutans in the pristine Kinabatangan Wetlands area before enjoying some respite on one of Sabah's beautiful outer islands, Gaya...
Epic Malaysia and Borneo
Gaya Island, Kinabatangan River, Kuala Lumpur & Langkawi
We’ve set the bar high with this incredible two-week adventure to Borneo and Malaysia. Get ready for wildlife encounters in lush emerald jungles and tropical marine underworlds, dine at world-class restaurants and enjoy romantic moments under the moonlight on a deserted beach. This is a unique opportunity to discover new things and relax with the...