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Borneo
The largest island in Asia, Borneo supports one of the oldest rainforests in the world. The centre of evolution for thousands of endemic species, these threatened forests are the last refuge not only for orangutan, but for Bornean elephant, eastern rhinoceros, and Bornean cloud leopard as well.
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Orangutans
To meet a wild orangutan in its natural environment ranks amongst the greatest wildlife encounters. These creatures are increasingly rare; to take a boat trip into the heart of the jungle and spend a night deep in their habitat along the Kinabatangan River is a special, often emotional, privilege.
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Diving and Snorkelling
Borneo’s world famous for its forests, but it also has numerous inland lakes and stretches of coastline rich in aquatic life. Much of the world’s most spectacular sea life calls Borneo home, including turtle and hammerhead shark, so wherever you choose to dive or snorkel, it’s a glorious underwat...
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Weird and Wonderful Wildlife
Covered by some of the richest equatorial rainforest on the planet, Borneo’s dramatic mountains, jungles, rivers, and coasts provide habitats for rare and endangered species. Trek into the jungle or climb to the top of Mount Kinabalu, and you’ll see a bewildering array of wildlife.
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Mount Kinabalu
Driving along a winding mountain road, the dark jagged outline of Mount Kinabalu suddenly comes into view, in sharp contrast to the surrounding jungle. Somewhat intimidating, you might be tempted to ask yourself, Am I really going to climb that? The answer is definitely, Yes!
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Adventure in Mulu
The pristine rainforests of Mulu National Park will tantalise your senses if you take to the untamed tracks in the wilds of Borneo. As you hike across this rugged land, you will stumble across dark and shadowy caves, rare reptiles and animals, and experience unrivalled natural views.