Sarawak, Borneo's Land of The Hornbills, is the place to inspire legends. It offers stunning river journeys to exotic Iban longhouses, amazing national parks bursting with abundant wildlife, adventurous treks to remote highland villages, and a charming and well-preserved colonial-era capital that makes the perfect starting point for fascinating tours and treks into the Borneo rainforest.Learn More
Sabah, Borneo's Land Below The Wind, has something for everyone; sun-kissed beaches, verdant tropical islands, spectacular underwater wildlife, unique Borneo rainforest ecosystems, ancient tribal longhouses and vibrant modern cities, all overlooked by the rugged splendour of Gunung Kinabalu, Southeast Asia's highest mountain.Learn More
Together, Sarawak and Sabah have over 50 different ethnic groups,each with their own traditions, cultures and customs. They also have many fascinating places of interest; temples, mosques, rivers, mountains, historic buildings, museums, galleries, craft workshops, antique shops, parks, monuments, gardens and more. We can introduce you to most of these, of even all of them if you have a few years to spare. Browse the TOURS menu above for further information.
Sarawak and Sabah have the finest network of National Parks and Wildlife Reserves in all of Southeast Asia, packed with iconic species unique to Borneo, including Bornean Orangutans, Borneo Pygmy Elephants and Proboscis Monkeys, as well as many hundreds of unique bird, reptile and amphibian species. Plant life includes huge Rafflesia flowers, giant rainforest trees, and countless species of Orchids. Amongst the spectacular natural features are the Mulu Caves, the world’s largest cave system, and the highest mountain in the Malay archipelago, Mount Kinabalu. You can discover all these and more by browsing the TOURS menu above.
Borneo is the perfect place to fulfill your personal passions. We can tailor-make a special itinerary to satisfy your heart’s desire, whether it be birding in search of the Spectacled Flowerpecker, viewing wild orchids in their natural habitat, sampling the unique cuisines of this vast island, or learning first hand about ancient arts and crafts. We can create special itineraries for schools, universities and research groups, whatever your area of interest. On a more personal note, you can even get married Iban-style, or have your child blessed by the rainforest spirits in a traditional baby-naming ceremony. Check out the TOURS menu above, or simply contact us to find out more.
Borneo offers an adrenalin rush from start to finish. In Sabah you can climb to the peak of Mount Kinabalu, raft the turbulent waters of the Padas River, and dive the crystal clear depths of Lankayan and Sipadan. Sarawak offers fascinating treks to remote highland communities, underground adventures in the world’s largest cave system, and 4WD expeditions deep into the heart of the rainforest. Both states also offer more leisurely sporting activities, including a number of championship standard golf courses. We can also arrange competitive tours for sports clubs, such as rugby and football tours. For more information, browse the TOURS menu above, or simply contact us with your requirements.
Borneo is a meetings and incentives destination par excellence, offering venues ranging from 5-star beach resorts to business-friendly city hotels to remote rainforest lodges. The exotic name of Borneo also adds a certain pull-factor to your conference, especially with the fascinating pre- and post-conference tours we can design for you. Please visit our Meeting and Incentive page to find out more.
Make the rainforest your classroom or lecture hall. We custom-make educational tours to suit all ages and disciplines, from primary school students to undergraduates, as well as wildlife and community volunteering programmes for older students. We also provide full support for postgraduate study and research programmes. Please visit our Educational page to find out more.
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