An ancient and very beautiful tropical rainforest area, the Danum Valley Conservation Area covers 438 square kilometres in southeastern Sabah. A paradise for nature enthusiasts, Danum Valley, has been recognised as one of the world’s most complex ecosystems, home to such exotic species as the clouded leopard, proboscis monkey, Asian elephant, banteng and, of course, the iconic orangutan.
The region also contains three ancient burial sites, and the famous “Coffin Trail” showcases Kadazan-Dusun relics from thousands of years ago. Guided jungle treks with experienced leaders will help you spot wonders right before your nose, and a night safari is a delightful way to seek out nocturnal creatures.
We’ve found the most extraordinary rainforest trails, the most experienced tour guides, the best river expeditions, and the best value accommodation for every budget in this remote region. Call Experience Travel Group and let us share our tips to help you plan an unforgettable adventure in this beautiful part of Borneo.
Borneo Rainforest Lodge, Danum Valley Conservation Area
Located in one of the country's most biodiverse ecosystems with its own treetop canopy walkway.