Danum Valley Birdwatching, Danum Valley Conservation Area
Borneo, Borneo (Sabah)

Info : Danum Valley Birdwatching

As a centre for conservation and ecological research, Danum Valley is one of the best places for bird-watching in Borneo, if not the whole of Malaysia. 

It is one of the largest, most untouched regions of lowland rainforest accessible to visitors. 

Try to spot a Whiskered Treeswift, one of the most unusual swifts as it sports moustache like white markings on its face and feeds by hunting from a little perch. Threatened species like the Driard's Trogon  a beautiful red/amber bird – can also be seen on a lucky day. With expert guides available, you can learn about various bird types and seek out particular species that interest you the most. 

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ETG's Matt was always accessible (even though we are based in Hong Kong) and efficient in replying. Will be happy to recommend and use him again! Our guide Bryant in Abai was a real gem. He was very polite, incredibly well spoken, informative, intelligent and gentle. He foresaw our needs, such as ordering chips for the children's lunch, and went out of his way to make things comfortable for us. He was a pleasure to spend time with.

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