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Borneo tours

These itineraries are designed to give you some suggestions for what is possible when you travel in Borneo, and they showcase some of the routes that we've found work particularly well.

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  • Iban Night Weaver

    Discovering the indigenous cultures of Sarawak

    Borneo
    • Learn how to cook traditional meals in bamboo in a Bidayuh village.

    • Spend the night in a native Iban longhouse.

    • Try some of the delicious street food on offer in Kuching.

    • Cycle through local kampongs and take a sampan across the Sarawak River.

    • Explore the wonderful Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park from Gaya Island.

    15 days from £3,440pp

  • Climbing Mount Kinabalu

    Borneo's rivers, mountains & beaches tour

    Malaysia and Borneo
    • Explore Malaysia's capital, Kuala Lumpur. An ever-changing city with delicious cuisine and contrasting architecture.

    • Journey into the wilds of Sabah, Borneo. Stay in a remote river lodge and undertake daily boat trips to discover the 'big five'.

    • Visit an orangutan and sun bear conservation outpost while staying at a relaxed forest lodge.

    • Climb to the summit of Malaysia's highest peak, Mount Kinabalu.

    • Relax, unwind and enjoy the facilities at the luxurious Shangri-La Rasa Ria beach resort.

    13 days from £3,865pp

  • Orangutan in the canopy

    Wild Borneo tour

    Borneo
    • Explore Sarawak, hiking through the expansive cave systems in Mulu National Park.

    • Witness the incredible bat exodus from Deer Cave at dusk.

    • Travel off the beaten track in the Deramakot Forest Reserve for your chance to escape the crowds while finding Borneo's varied endemic species.

    • Cruise along the Kinabatangan River looking out for wild orangutan and herds of pygmy elephants.

    14 days from £5,150pp

  • Pygmy Elephant Calf on the Kinabatangan River

    Luxury tour of Sabah

    Borneo
    • Explore Sabah's capital and enjoy the markets and superb food on offer.

    • Visit Sepilok Orangutan Sanctuary.

    • Enjoy three nights on a Kinabatangan River Safari, with the chance to see pygmy elephants, proboscis monkey and much more.

    • Spend time in the Danum Valley at the Borneo Rainforest Lodge, a pristine spot and a superb area to see wild orangutan.

    • Finish your trip at the beautiful Bungaraya Island Resort.

    14 days from £5,720pp

  • Mulu National Park

    Grand tour of Borneo

    Borneo
    • Try a Sarawak laksa on the riverfront in Kuching.

    • See orangutan close up at both Semenggoh and Sepilok.

    • Spend the night with the Iban tribe in a longhouse in the middle of the jungle.

    • Take your binoculars and look out for wildlife in the trees as you explore the Kinabatangan River by boat.

    • Get your boots muddy as you trek through the rainforest of the Danum Valley.

    • Relax on the beach at the Ocean Wing, Shangri-La Rasa Ria.

    19 days from £6,850pp

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