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Tailormade Country Overview (Borneo)


Borneo offers an unrivalled array of natural wonders: dense rainforests, rich wetlands and the highest peak in South East Asia, Mount Kinabalu. Home to a myriad of exotic endangered species, the island is most renowned for its orang-utan sanctuaries, which offer the chance to meet these beautiful creatures in the wild

Tailormade Country Highlights (Borneo)


There is no better way to see orang-utans up-close than in the Sepilok Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre. Watching the orphaned and wild creatures interacting with you at feeding time is an unforgettable experience.

Meet the Villagers

Make a difference to the Kiau-Tabori village and stay with a friendly host family in the shadow of Mount Kinabalu. The welcoming locals will invite you to share some delicious homecooked meals and teach you the tribal Dusun dance!

Alternative Mt. Kinabalu

Learn about the hidden history of Mount Kinabalu with local rangers. Follow in the footsteps of the first man to make an ascent, British naturalist Sir Hugh Low; reach Low's Peak through Minitinduk Gorge, the mountain's ancient gateway.

Tailormade Regional Specialist (Borneo)

Meet Chris Ellis, Regional Specialist for Borneo

This lush tropical island plays host to some of the most unique and diverse wildlife in the world, including over 5000 plant species and 500 animals endemic to Borneo. But its most famous inhabitant by far is Asia's only great ape, the beautiful Orang-utan. Although magnificent and one of its main attractions, the 'man of the forest' isn't all Borneo has to offer; its got a rich culture of headhunters and indigenous tribes, tropical beaches and off-shore islands, South-East Asia's highest mountain, and the huge eerie caves of Mulu National Park. If you like remoteness, lush rainforest, ancient tribesman and abundant wildlife, then welcome to Borneo.

Tailormade Holidays in Borneo