Wildlife and Nature Experiences
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.
Bako National Park Birdwatching, Bako National Park
Spot exotic bird species at one of Borneo's oldest National Parks. From hornbills to large-billed flycatchers – there's so many to see.
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.
Danum Valley Birdwatching, Danum Valley Conservation Area
Being a centre for conservation and ecological research, Danum Valley is one of the best places for bird-watching in Malaysian Borneo.
Danum Valley Elephants, Danum Valley Conservation Area
Families of elephants live in the Danum Valley and sometimes make an appearance – try to spot them during your stay.
Danum Valley Natural Jacuzzi , Danum Valley Conservation Area
Enjoy a refreshing dip in Danum's natural Jacuzzi pool.
Danum Valley Night Walk, Danum Valley Conservation Area
See the nocturnal wildlife of the Danum Valley including endangered species such as slow lorises and the clouded leopard.
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.
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.
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.
Kinabatangan Wildlife Safari, Kinabatangan River
One of South East Asia's best wildlife viewing locations, a great place to see Orangutans in the wild.
Klias Wetland Tour, Kota Kinabalu
From Kota Kinabalu, explore the leafy Klias Forest Reserve with its plethora of wildlife.
Labuk Bay Proboscis Monkey Sanctuary, Sandakan
See families of proboscis monkeys in this private sanctuary and learn about conservation strategies to protect them.
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.
Mulu Pinnacles Trek, Gunung Mulu National Park
A guided trek through the rainforest of Mulu National Park to a viewpoint to see the iconic Pinnacles.
Mulu Skywalk, Gunung Mulu National Park
Walk along the world's longest rainforest canopy trail, giving spectacular views, at Gunung Mulu National Park.
Orang Utan and Sun Bear Conservation Centre, Sepilok
See Orang Utans and Sun Bears close up at Sepilok's rehabilitation and conservation centre.
Pitas Oxbow Lake, Kinabatangan River
Journey through the Pitas Oxbow Lake and absorb Borneo's natural wealth by boat.
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.
Semenggoh Wildlife Centre, Kuching
Get insight into the process of rehabilitating Orang Utans and other rare animals back into the wild.
Tabin Wildlife Birdwatching, Tabin Wildlife Reserve
Spot and photograph some of the hundreds of bird species in the Tabin Wildlife Reserve's diverse rainforest.
Tabin Wildlife Night Walk, Tabin Wildlife Reserve
The 'Tabin Wildlife Night Walk' allows you to discover the nocturnal species of the reserve with a trained guide.
Tabin Wildlife Reserve Day Trek, Tabin Wildlife Reserve
See, track and photograph the animals of Tabin Wildlife Reserve, one of the largest of its kind in Borneo.
Tabin Wildlife Reserve Lipad Mud Volcano , Tabin Wildlife Reserve
Try some of the dermatological benefits of a mud volcano and see the array of local wildlife that like a bit of skincare themselves!
Turtle Island, Sandakan
Journey to the famous nesting site of two endangered species of turtles, the green turtle and the hawksbill turtle.
White Water Rafting , Kota Kinabalu
White water rafting is an exciting way to see some of Borneo's most beautiful natural landscapes.
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.