Get ready for an onset adventure to the world’s third largest island, The Malaysian Borneo. Arrive at the airport for a meet and greet with your tour representative and get transferred to Kumai via a boat ride. During the ride, you will be served lunch where you’d be riding up the Sekonyer River for about 2 hours. The highlights of the boat ride are the Proboscis Monkeys which is an endemic animal.
Your dinner and overnight stay will be at the houseboat.
Upon breakfast in the morning, proceed to the Camp Leaky passing via the Black River. After arriving at the Camp Leaky, get ready for a hike to explore the rich wildlife of the island. After the hiking session, get back to your houseboat for a lunch and then proceed for an animal feeding session.
After the session, return back to your boat for a dinner. Overnight stay at the houseboat.
After breakfast in the morning, boat down to your second camp which is The Pondok Tangguy Camp. After an animal feeding session at this camp, return back to your boat and get ready for some trekking adventure amidst the forests. Reach the forest in about 4 hours and have an overnight stay at the camp in a tent with a campfire. Have an adventurous time to experience the reality of the Borneo Forests.
After the breakfast in the morning, boat down to the province of Kumai and get ready to board your flight back to your home country.
Asia’s largest island, Borneo has been straddling at the equator and is dominated by luxurious and dense forests with a territory unevenly proportioned between Brunei, Malaysia and Indonesia.
Wildlife plays a vital role in this island, making Borneo relatively compact and with many colourful animals who inhabit the impenetrable forests. The island is said to boast remote jungles, tropical adventures and tribes, with almost all the well-known species of plants and animals. It’s a wildlife’s wonderland and often known as a paradise of relaxation, adventure and idyllic beaches with a rich cultural identity.
The visitors of Borneo consider it to be one of the rarest places to beat, and adventurous of course. It’s where the adventure is in the air, the greenery and the freshness in the breath you take and rainforests that lure you to explore them. It is the third largest island in the world, and you’ll definitely agree upon it once you visit it.
Borneo’s sheer valleys and shelters of the tribal people is one of the glimpses of the life here, making it a virtual paradise of the Asian continent. The country’s exploration has evoked the visions of many, especially from the West. Today, Malaysian Borneo is not as inaccessible as it was once upon a time.
Whether you want to climb up the Mount or dive with at the best biodiversity spots the world has or relax by the calm waters and a fresh breeze, Borneo has got that all!
- Summit the Mount
What’s adventure without climbing up the tallest mountain in Southeast Asia? It’s a fantastic hike that will lead you to an impressive series of steps through the jungles of the Borneo and a literally breathtaking scenery.
- Paddle down the canal
One of the most authentic experiences you could have is to book a night at one of the Homestays where you will be served a delicious Malaysian feast. Not to forget, you’ll be taken down the Kinabatangan River for a boat trip where you could spot the most endangered species that’ll give you a special experience altogether.
- Diving at the mighty island
One of the most legendary dive spots of the world is the Dive Sipadan Island with the best species of sharks, whale sharks, manta rays and eagle rays along with an incredible sea life you might have ever seen. It’s one of the most popular places to beat, which is why only 120 permits a day are issued each day.
|Malaysian Ringgit / Indonesian Rupiah|
|Best Time To Visit
|March and October|
|Flight From Dubai
|China Southern, Malaysia Airlines, Emirates, Royal Brunei|