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Go To Borneo

Borneo’s thick jungle habitats provide refuge for pygmy elephants, families of wild orangutans.

A few words about Borneo

Though not technically a country, Borneo is the largest island in Asia, and the third largest in the world. The island belongs to 3 countries and is spread across Indonesia, Malaysia and Brunei. It’s dense rainforests are estimated to be 140 million years old making them one of the oldest in the world.

Borneo’s distinct feature is the sheer breadth of its nature. You can find: lowland rainforests, peat swamp forests, Keranges, freshwater swamp forests, Sunda Shelf mangroves, tropical and subtropical lowlands and alpine meadows.

Where To Go in Borneo

Our Pick

Jungles and Orangutans

This affordable tour covers all of the key jungle excursions and wildlife highlights that Borneo has to offer. From Kota Kinabalu to the Mari-Mari culture village, Borneo’s thick jungle habitats provide refuge for pygmy elephants, families of wild orangutans and the tribal cultures who still call this slice of paradise home.

Animal lover's this is for you. Trace the carving path of the Kinabatangan River and follow mother nature's path into the landscapes of the “Land Below the Wind”.

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