Experiences & Activities, Borneo
Bako National Park, Bako National Park
A must-see if you wish to experience the wildlife of Borneo without venturing too far from civilisation.
Batang Ai Lake and Tribal Experience, Batang Ai National Park
Journey through the beautiful Batang Ai Lake en route to see tribal communities living in protected forest.
Climb Mount Kinabalu, Mount Kinabalu
Climb the largest mountain in Malaysia with an expert guide and see Kinabalu Park, one of Borneo's most famous World Heritage Sites.
Danum Valley Trekking, Danum Valley Conservation Area
Explore the 130 million year old virgin rainforest of Danum Valley, spot an array of wildlife and absorb the natural surroundings.
Danum Valley Tubing , Danum Valley Conservation Area
Tubing through the slow moving currents of Danum's river.
Explore Gomantong Caves, Kinabatangan River
Whilst Mulu's great caves may be more famous, Sabah's Gomantong Caves offer an alternative; with huge chasms and wildlife inside.
Explore Mulu's Deer and Lang Caves, Gunung Mulu National Park
Explore one of the world' biggest famous caves first-hand on a walk through the Deer and Lang Caves.
Gunung Mulu National Park, Gunung Mulu National Park
Sarawaks largest national park with excellent wildlife and geology.
Helicopter to Mount Kinabalu, Mount Kinabalu
Fly over Borneo's coast and forests on your way to see Mount Kinabalu - an experience of a lifetime.
Irrawaddy Dolphin Cruise, Kuching
A boat cruise from the Damai Peninsula that will take you in search of the Irrawaddy (or snub fin) Dolphins.
Island Exploration: Gaya and Sapi, Tunku Abdul Rahman National Park
Set in a national park a short journey from Kota Kinabalu, the islands of Gaya and Sapi offer incredible sun, sea and sand.
Island Exploration: Sapi, Manukan and Mamutik, Tunku Abdul Rahman National Park
Discover the islands of the Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park, with fantastic snorkeling opportunities.
Kinabatangan Wildlife Safari, Kinabatangan River
One of South East Asia's best wildlife viewing locations, a great place to see Orangutans in the wild.
Kuching by bike , Kuching
Explore the culture and heritage of Kuching by bike before crossing the Sarawak river on a traditional sampan.
Kuching City Tour, Kuching
A chance to explore the highlights of Sarawak state's capital city: the Sarawak Museum, and colonial icons of the British occupation.
Lagang Cave by Torchlight, Gunung Mulu National Park
Discover the stunning geographical formations of Lagang Cave in Gurung Mulu National Park just below the equator.
Mount Santubong Climb , Santubong Peninsula
An exciting adventure trekking across rope bridges and jungle to reach the stunning summit of the mountain.
Mulu Headhunters' Trail, Gunung Mulu National Park
Follow the route taken by Kayan headhunters to reach the banks of the Terikan River.
North Borneo Railway, Kota Kinabalu
Ride along the British North Borneo railway, giving you an insight into the colonial administration and old trade routes.
Santubong Peninsula Cruise, Kuching
Explore the Santubong Peninsula by speedboat searching for dolphins and exploring islands.
Sea Walking Adventure, Kota Kinabalu
Literally walk under the sea with a specially designed helmet allowing you to get incredibly close to coral and marine life.
Tanjung Aru Sunset Sea Kayak, Kota Kinabalu
Paddle off the coast, watch the sunset and then head back to the city for waterfront dinner and drinks.
Wind and Clearwater Caves, Gunung Mulu National Park
Cruising by longboat, discover the gigantic rock passages of the underworld in the famous Gurung Mulu National Park.
We all remarked on how well tourism blended in to the local community in a positive way. At no point did we ever feel exploited or taken advantage of. We felt privileged to visit the Penan tribe in Mulu and enjoyed the market there without any pressure to spend money. Visiting Abai village and planting the trees was also a great experience for all ages of our party. Again, a privilege.