Borneo, the third largest island in the world, is made up of the states Sabah and Sarawak and home to the oldest tropical rainforests. Visiting Borneo is like stepping into a zoological paradise with over a thousand different species including the infamous orang-utan, pigmy elephant and proboscis monkey.
Each Borneo expedition is unique and ideal for wildlife lovers and those who want to explore remote Malaysian islands and waterways. For travellers wishing to explore more of Malaysia click here >>
Your chosen Borneo expedition will provide you with lasting memories of extraordinary experiences.
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10 nights spotting some of the most diverse and beautiful wildlife in Borneo.
Prices from £3899pp land only. Subject to availability of accommodation and services at time of reservation
Take your family on an adventure never to be forgotten and see wild Orang-utans at Sepilok sanctuary, scale Mount Kinabalu, explore smelly spooky jungle bat caves, visit the Sun Bear Conservation Centre and then relax on Pulau Tiga’s beaches and possibly snorkel in the tropical seas.
Prices from £2255 adult price and £1980 child price for 12 days including flights. Recommended for 7+
A 12 night active private tour exploring Sabah and Sarawak. Stay overnight on Turtle Island, wildlife spot along the Kinabatangan River and visit the Danum Valley in search of wild orang utans.
Prices from £3695pp
Enjoy 16 days aboard the luxurious expedition ship Silver Discoverer. See the famed Komodo dragon in its natural habitat. Visit diverse tribal villages and the Danum Valley Conservation area, home to orang-utans, proboscis monkeys and Sumatran rhinos.
Prices from £7150 pp cruise only
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