The intriguing island of Borneo is host to three different nations - forming the southern bulk of the island is Indonesian Kalimantan; while in the north, the small country of Brunei is wedged between the two Malaysian states of Sabah and Sarawak.
Sabah and Sarawak are plucked straight from a naturalist's daydream - dramatic landscapes of craggy mountains, jagged limestone outcrops and virgin rainforest, teeming with exotic wildlife including proboscis monkeys, macaques, sun bears, pygmy elephants and orangutans. Remote rivers and jungle trails cut paths through untouched and unspoiled wilderness, leading to peaceful villages where vibrant indigenous cultures are preserved.
Climb to the summit of majestic Mount Kinabalu, Borneo's highest peak, for incredible views over the island's jungle canopy below; and reward yourself afterward with a soak in the soothing mineral waters of the Porong Hot Springs.
Meet the intelligent orangutans at the Sepilok Orangutan Sanctuary, the world's largest of its kind; and head to the World Heritage Listed Gunung Mulu National Park to explore one of the world's largest cave systems and climb striking, razor sharp pinnacles of limestone karst.
Trek through virgin rainforest to Sungai Mawang in search of orangutans and other wildlife; mountain bike through twisting jungle tracks; and engage with the indigenous Iban people, staying in a traditional Iban longhouse and waking to sounds of the jungle.
Take a look at our unique program of Borneo adventures and join us as we explore the cultural and environmental treasures of spectacular Sabah and Sarawak!