Experience untamed wilderness in the forests of Borneo. In stark contrast to the towering, iconic pinnacles of this area, you’ll find an extensive system of natural caves, providing you the opportunity for endless hours of enchanting subterranean treks.
Hiking through the pristine forests of the Deramakot Forest Reserve and on the slopes of Mount Kinabalu is highly recommended; it’s the best way to see local wildlife, to learn about the environment, and also to meet the indigenous population, who has lived in the forests for centuries. If you walk through the forest at night -- which is thrilling, with every rustle of sound and every flash of movement triggering your senses -- you will see a whole new world emerge before your eyes.
The Mulu Skywalk, the world’s longest canopy bridge, showcases the world from above, putting you at the same level as vibrant, tropical birds. Borneo’s many rivers are perfect for rugged rafting and sailing excursions, and it is often possible to kayak as well; this enables you to have even closer encounters with wildlife, as they come down for a dip or a drink.