A cruise on the Kinabatangan River is a wonderful safari experience to see the flora and the fauna of Sabah. Using binoculars, you can see orangutans, proboscis monkeys, colourful hornbills, crocodiles and pygmy elephants. The longest river in Sabah is full of surprises, thanks to the wetlands through which it runs, which teem with wildlife.
You will leave for several days for a wonderful trip through the jungle to get to know the fauna, flora and inhabitants of Borneo. The old-growth forest stretches out before you, and this trip offers you the chance to follow in the footsteps of the wild orangutans who use this trail.
When night falls over the jungle, another world awakes. The noises, smells and atmosphere are no longer the same. Experience the forest by night and look for the many animals that have made it their home! An experience you will never forget!
Cross the mountain via Lang Cave and marvel at the waves of bats leaving the caves to hunt for food as sun sets. The Cave of the Winds boasts many stalactites and stalagmites. Clearwater Cave is crossed by an underwater river: you can even swim in this natural pool!
Take a small cruise in the heart of the mangrove and discover the amazing Irrawaddy dolphins that live in fresh water. Your cruise will also give you the opportunity to marvel at the swarms of fireflies at nightfall.
On the East Coast, Rantau Abdang Beach is famous as the place where the turtles come and lay their eggs. Discover this wonderful, moving, natural phenomenon. Maybe you will spot a leatherback sea turtle...
In some remote regions, far from everything, you will have to spend one or several nights sleeping in tents, in the heart of the Borneo jungle A real adventure that will allow you to experience the forest in a different way. Indeed, at night, the sounds are different and the atmosphere is incredible.
You will arrive at the Bako Park after a lovely little boat trip, during which you can enjoy the beautiful vista. The adventure starts on the beach: adventure out onto the sign-posted hiking trails in this beautiful forest, part of which consists of mangroves, to look for different kinds of monkeys, from proboscis monkeys to macaques.
Adventure out onto the muddy waters of the Klias River as you take a cruise to observe the animals of Borneo. You will admire monkeys – proboscis monkeys and macaques – as well as many birds and, if you are lucky, pygmy elephants!
This sanctuary takes in orphaned or wounded primates and teaches them how to survive again in the wild. You can watch these great apes, with an arm span of up to 2.25 meters (7.4 feet), eat their meals.
25 km (15.5 miles) from Sandakan, this 40 km² (15 sq mi) sanctuary is the most visited site in Sabah after Mount Kinabalu. The orangutans are fed ...
After a short 20-minute hike, you will reach the Tabin mud volcano. On the agenda today: boiling mud and huge bubbles that will remind you that, here, the earth is alive and isn’t afraid to show it! A lovely trip.
A legendary, extraordinary place A lake with a magical name that recalls the dignity of the people from ancient cultures who chose to live in this remote area: the Batang Ai. The Iban longhouse is secluded in the middle of the forest. You will spend a few hours or more – depending on the programme you have selected – with the Iban, who will not...
Explore this extraordinary island, especially its mud volcano. The neighbouring island, Snake Island, gets its name from the sea snakes that chose this rock as their mating area. You will see over 150 sea snakes!
The “oxbow” lakes are meanders from the Kinabatangan River. These stillwater U-shaped bends are home to an amazing concentration of wildlife! An ideal location for bird-watching. Spend a few hours on the still waters of the lake and enjoy this wonderful trip into the Malay jungle.
A wonderful place to see the red apes! It is a lot less touristy than the famous Sepilok Centre in the Sabah area, and houses two dozen orangutans who are trying to learn how to survive again in the forest. You are most likely to see them during their two daily meals.
The landscape of this region with its rugged coasts is very different from the rest of Malaysia. Here, the China Sea joins with the Sulu Sea. A pleasant trip during which you will have the opportunity to go for a swim.
Three caves are worth visiting: the Traders Cave, the Great Cave and the Painted Cave. Visiting the Great Cave, the kingdom of bats and swiflets, takes you down into the depths of the earth: the cave is so big it takes an hour to walk around it!
You will take a one-hour cruise in a small boat on Temenggor Lake, the second largest lake in the Malay peninsula. Belum-Temenggor is the largest forest complex in the Malay peninsula. It is located in the Perak State and in the southern part of neighbouring Thailand. This cruise will give you the opportunity to enjoy a wonderful vista of the fores...
When night falls by the river, its banks are lit up by the largest swarm of fireflies in the world! Take a boat trip on the river to watch the banks light up! On the trees, all around, the amazing fireflies light up the night and guide your boat through the dark!