Get into the rainforest: From Sabah’s Danum Valley and Maliau Basin to Sarawak’s jungle covering 80% of its landmass, Borneo epitomises the term nature. When the rainforest is accessible, make the most of it by hiking near Kota Kinabalu or visiting reserves such as Kuching’s Bako National Park.
Introduction Experience true off-grid living, trekking through the heart of the Bornean jungle and helping to protect orangutan habitats. You’ll discover a totally different way of life, living as part of a rural community and working together to create sustainable change.Trekking to the jungle of Borneo will let you touch the unspoiled rainforest flowed by wonderful rivers and grown by diverse of vegetation that sustain the ecological harmony for all creatures as well as the unique life of the Dayak people that unite to the nature with their friendly attitude and hospitality that tend to make visitors immediately feel at home in their midst.The all-enveloping equatorial rainforests of Borneo's fine national parks are great for day hikes, but nothing beats an overnight trek to really experience these incredible jungles. A world full of orangutans, carnivorous pitcher plants, gargantuan Rafflesia flowers deserves in-depth exploration.
The jungle of Borneo provides a very good place to see the biodiversity of flora and fauna. If we learn to appreciate and care for it, hopefully they will still be here in the future. That’s it for now.
For more experienced trekkers, the Maliau Basin is a chance to explore some of Borneo’s most isolated jungle. Located just 30 minutes from the Indonesian border, its base camp, better known as Agathis, is reached by a short flight to Tawau in Sabah followed by a five hour drive down into the basin.
A two week adventure holiday in Borneo, mountain biking in the Crocker Range, trekking up Mount Kinabalu and staying in a jungle camp. Penan Adventure Trek into the Sarawak jungle to visit the Penan tribe and explore the land with these gatekeepers of the forest.
Travel through the wild untamed lands of beautiful Borneo with Orangutan Trekking Tours. Imagine a place that is spiritual and wild, colourful and mysterious, and full of tantalising secrets. This is beautiful Borneo.. We have spent most of our lives in the jungle and rivers of Borneo. Growing up in this environment lead to us becoming.
To add to your Borneo adventure, you can go for jungle trekking at Bukit Bangkirai. There are various nature trails available. The trails take you into the heart of Borneo jungle. Some of the animals you may spot include macaques, red leaf monkeys, deer, lizards, snakes, and numerous insets and birds. The short routes of some 2 kms are family.
Tucked away in eastern Sarawak, the Kelabit Highlands are ideal for some warm-up trekking before you tackle Borneo’s main mountain, Mt Kinabalu. Inhabited by the Kelabit tribe, these remote uplands receive far fewer visitors than other areas of Borneo, so they’re perfect for peaceful hiking.
Holidays to Borneo promise incredible wildlife viewing, beautiful unspoilt beaches and a rich cultural heritage. Borneo’s rainforests have a biodiversity to rival the Amazon and, combined with the sheer density of animals and birds, puts it on a par with the Masai Mara and Serengeti for viewing wildlife.
After breakfast, we will be trekking into the jungle to explore wild orangutans and other wildlife such as birds, sun bears, gibbons, as well as various vegetation of Borneo. In the peaceful afternoon, we will cruise deeper the Black Puning River where the wildlife such as proboscis monkeys, long tail macaques, birds and others are usually showing up.
Mount Kinabalu is the tallest mountain in Malaysia. The summit, Low's Peak, sits at 4095.2 meters (13,435 feet) above sea level. The mountain is located in the state of Sabah, East Malaysia on the island of Borneo. Among the mountains in Malaysia, it is the most prominent. Mount Kinabalu is one of the highest mountains in Southeast Asia.
Borneo jungle trek tours at Indonesia Kalimantan rain forest,visit Dayak culture,orangutan and wildlife of Kalimantan, and explore the tropical flora and fauna of the Island over the unbeaten track trails, botanic cruise trips over the rivers.
Dear valued guests, Given the unprecedented impact of COVID-19 and the latest “restricted movement order” issued by Malaysia Government to contain the Covid-19 spread, Amazing Borneo Tours is temporarily suspending our tours from 18 - 31st March 2020. Amazing Borneo will allow postponement to a later date between 3rd April 2020 - 30th December 2021 using the same promotional rate.
Reading Time: 6 minutes The Maliau basin is possibly one of Sabah’s best-kept secrets. Discovered in 1947 by a British pilot flying a light aircraft from Kota Kinabalu to the east coast (he very nearly crashed his plane into the side of it), the basin is around 590 square kilometres, and ringed by formidable natural barriers. Located deep in Sabah’s interior in Malaysian Borneo and only.
Jungle trekking in Danum Valley, Malaysia is the unique thing you can get only in the tropical climate, where the diversity of Borneo’s wildlife stands up close in front of you. The lowlands are one of the world’s most complex ecosystems with lots of endangered species.
The Borneo rainforest is one of the only remaining natural habitats for the endangered Bornean Orangutan. It is an important refuge for many endemic forest species, including the Asian Elephant, the Sumatran Rhinoceros, the Bornean Clouded Leopard, the Hose's Civet and the Dayak Fruit Bat.