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Explore the lush forests of Borneo and look out for wildlife including pygmy elephants, exotic birds and orangutan

Kota Kinabalu - Kinabalu National Park - Kota Belud - Sandakan - Abai - Sukau - Singapore

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12 Days from £3,359

May 2017 - Jun 2018 Departures

Borneo’s tropical rainforests and climate provide the perfect conditions for a huge variety of species to thrive, making this a paradise for nature-lovers. Head into mountainous landscapes and trek through forest in search of orangutan as well as numerous other remarkable creatures and incredible flora.

Overview

What's included

  • Just You Tour Manager as your host
  • Return flights from Heathrow with Malaysia Airlines
  • Use of an airport lounge in the UK
  • 9 nights in lodges and 3 and 4-star hotels plus 2 nights in flight
  • 21 meals: 9 breakfasts, 8 lunches, 4 dinners
  • All excursions included
  • Specialist Local Guide
  • Welcome drink and farewell get-together
  • Overseas transfers and other transportation
  • Porterage
  • Dedicated Just You representative to greet you at all UK airports

Included excursions

  • 
 Farewell Malaysian dinner and dance performance
  • Kinabalu National Park
  • Poring Hot Springs and canopy walk
  • Kota Belud and longhouse visit
  • Sepilok Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre and Sun Bear Conservation Centre
  • Boat cruise to the Lower Kinabatangan River Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Wildlife cruise
  • Night-time jungle trek
  • Abai village and tree-planting
  • Steam train ride with tiffin lunch

Itinerary

Fly to Kota Kinabalu via Kuala Lumpur, arriving on day 2. Kota Kinabalu is the capital of Sabah, one of two Malaysian states on the exotic island of Borneo and our base for the next two nights.
Today our adventure will begin as we head towards the north of Borneo where we will travel past vast oil palm and coconut plantations on our way to the village of Bavanggazo, where we’ll step inside a longhouse. Built on stilts, these buildings are home to several families of the indigenous Rungus tribes. En route we will also make a stop at Gombizou and Sumangkap villages to observe gong-making and honey bee farming
Kinabalu National Park is home to a huge variety of flora and fauna native to Borneo, including several hundred species that are found only in the park itself. We’ll explore on our included nature trek along one of the many trails, and also catch a glimpse of Mount Kinabalu, which is South East Asia’s highest peak. After a stop at Poring Hot Springs, where we can take a dip in the soothing waters, perhaps take a thrilling walk more than 40 metres up in the canopy of the Menggaris tree – the ‘King of the Forest’ – for fantastic views.
Enjoy scenic views of the Kundasang highlands as we travel by road to Sandakan. Lunch will be included in a local restauant en route.
The Abai Jungle Lodge is renowned for its peaceful rainforest location, which allows for excellent wildlife spotting. Only accessible by boat, the lodge is our base for the next two nights. Borneo is one of two places in the world where the endangered orangutan still lives in the wild, and we’ll visit the Sepilok Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre to observe man’s closest relative and enjoy a walk in the tropical lowland forest.


We’ll also head to the Bornean Sun Bear Conservation Centre to see these endearing animals, also known as honey bears, whose numbers are dwindling due to deforestation and poaching.


After lunch, a short cruise takes us to the Kinabatangan River Wildlife Sanctuary – where we can look out for exciting creatures from kingfishers to proboscis monkeys – and through mangrove forests to our lodge. Late this afternoon we’ll look for more wildlife on an included cruise, and after dinner we’ll experience the jungle at night on a wonderful nature walk with an experienced guide.
After awakening to the sounds of the rainforest, you can join an early-morning river trip to the Pitas Lake to observe wildlife.


Later, we’ll head to Abai village where we’ll join the villagers as they plant trees – you can even help out if you like. We’ll then sit together to enjoy a simple lunch. Back at the lodge, enjoy an afternoon nature walk, when if you’re lucky, you could spot orangutans, silvered leaf monkeys and a host of other species. A cruise on the river to notch up more spots rounds off our day perfectly.
During a morning at leisure at the lodge, perhaps join some of your travelling companions and head off to explore your surroundings – stilted paths up to 800 metres long stretch into the forest, and animals often venture quite close.


As a group, our wildlife search continues this afternoon as we cruise up river to our next destination, Sukau, for an overnight stay. Here we’ll look out for primates, in particular orangutans, as well as pygmy elephants and exotic birds – some of the world’s most spectacular species are resident in Borneo.


After checking in to our lodge, we’ll take to the water again to enjoy spectacular views and continue to search for exotic wildlife.
Today’s journey, first by boat and then by air, will take us back to Kota Kinabalu. The rest of the day is at leisure. Later, there will be time to visit the night market to shop for souvenirs of your holiday.
A journey on the North Borneo Railway aboard a vintage British Vulcan steam locomotive takes travellers back to a bygone era when North Borneo was a Crown Colony of Great Britain. We’ll take this nostalgic trip to Papar – Sabah’s main rice-growing region – on track primarily used for the transportation of tobacco in its heyday. Sit back, relax and enjoy views of traditional villages, grazing buffalo and beautiful countryside interwoven with paddy fields as you are served a tiffin-style lunch on board. Tonight, gather with your fellow travellers to enjoy a sumptuous Malaysian Farewell dinner, enhanced by a lively cultural performance of Sabah dances.
We leave Kota Kinabalu today for your flight back to the UK via Kuala Lumpur.
You’ll arrive back in the UK today.


Please note: We want you to get the most from your holiday with us please be advised this tour requires a good degree of physical fitness and is not suitable for anyone with limited mobility.

Accommodation

Located in the heart of the city Kota Kinabalu, the capital of the State Sabah and the international gateway to East Malasia.
Unlike our competitors, all of Kinabalu Pine Resort’s wooden cabins are fully built using the exclusive Selangan Batu hardwood. There are Standard or Deluxe cabins, with blocks S & N at the resort’s crest. All rooms come with WiFi internet access, satellite television channels, intercom facility, en-suite bathroom, hair dryer and coffee & tea making facilities.
Situated in the heart of Sandakan Town at the scenic waterfront of Sanakan Bay sea view. Connected directly to the Sandakan Harbour Square mall. Facilities include The Eatery restaurant, The Best Brew bar, Wrapped Café and health and Gym.
Situated on Borneo's famous Kinabatangan River, Abai Jungle Lodge is in the perfect position only one hour boat journey from Sandakan and the Sukau village further upriver. It is built entirely on stilts and can only be accessed by boat. The lodges facilities include a restaurant, bar and rooms have private facilities.
Located on the Kinbatangan River, Sabah''s longest river, the Riverside Lodge was set up in 1994 working with and hiring local people. At the back of the lodge is a jungle trail where birds, Red Leaf Monkey and wild Orantugan are often spotted. The lodge has just 33 rooms in total, all with private shower room, ceiling fan
Located in the heart of the city Kota Kinabalu, the capital of the State Sabah and the international gateway to East Malasia.

Horizon Hotel - Kota Kinabalu

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Thursday 15 June 2017

12 Days

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Thursday 15 June 2017

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10:25 London (Heathrow)

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06:45 Kuala Lumpur (Intl)

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Friday 16 June 2017

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09:15 Kuala Lumpur (Intl)

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11:55 Kota Kinabalu (Intl)

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Sunday 25 June 2017

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16:55 Kota Kinabalu (Intl)

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19:25 Kuala Lumpur (Intl)

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Sunday 25 June 2017

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23:15 Kuala Lumpur (Intl)

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Thursday 19 October 2017

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Thursday 19 October 2017

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10:25 London (Heathrow)

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06:45 Kuala Lumpur (Intl)

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Friday 20 October 2017

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09:15 Kuala Lumpur (Intl)

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11:55 Kota Kinabalu (Intl)

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Sunday 29 October 2017

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16:45 Kota Kinabalu (Intl)

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19:15 Kuala Lumpur (Intl)

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Sunday 29 October 2017

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23:30 Kuala Lumpur (Intl)

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05:35 London (Heathrow)

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London (Heathrow)

Thursday 16 November 2017

12 Days

£3,399

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Thursday 16 November 2017

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21:35 London (Heathrow)

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18:25 Kuala Lumpur (Intl)

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Friday 17 November 2017

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20:00 Kuala Lumpur (Intl)

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22:35 Kota Kinabalu (Intl)

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Sunday 26 November 2017

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16:45 Kota Kinabalu (Intl)

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19:15 Kuala Lumpur (Intl)

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Sunday 26 November 2017

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23:30 Kuala Lumpur (Intl)

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05:35 London (Heathrow)

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London (Heathrow)

Thursday 17 May 2018

12 Days

£3,399

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Thursday 17 May 2018

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11:55 London (Heathrow)

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Friday 18 May 2018

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09:05 Kuala Lumpur (Intl)

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11:45 Kota Kinabalu (Intl)

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Sunday 27 May 2018

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19:05 Kota Kinabalu (Intl)

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21:30 Kuala Lumpur (Intl)

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Sunday 27 May 2018

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23:15 Kuala Lumpur (Intl)

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05:55 London (Heathrow)

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London (Heathrow)

Thursday 14 June 2018

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Thursday 14 June 2018

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07:45 Kuala Lumpur (Intl)

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Friday 15 June 2018

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11:45 Kota Kinabalu (Intl)

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Sunday 24 June 2018

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21:30 Kuala Lumpur (Intl)

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Sunday 24 June 2018

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23:15 Kuala Lumpur (Intl)

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05:55 London (Heathrow)

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London (Heathrow)

Thursday 18 May 2017

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£3,399

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Thursday 18 May 2017

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10:25 London (Heathrow)

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06:45 Kuala Lumpur (Intl)

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Friday 19 May 2017

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11:55 Kota Kinabalu (Intl)

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Sunday 28 May 2017

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16:55 Kota Kinabalu (Intl)

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19:25 Kuala Lumpur (Intl)

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Sunday 28 May 2017

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23:15 Kuala Lumpur (Intl)

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Thursday 21 September 2017

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Thursday 21 September 2017

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09:10 Manchester

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Thursday 21 September 2017

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13:25 Munich (F J Strauss)

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07:15 Singapore (Changi)

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Sunday 01 October 2017

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23:10 Singapore (Changi)

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05:35 Munich (F J Strauss)

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Monday 02 October 2017

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06:35 Munich (F J Strauss)

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07:50 Manchester

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London (Heathrow)

Thursday 21 September 2017

12 Days

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Thursday 21 September 2017

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10:25 London (Heathrow)

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Friday 22 September 2017

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09:15 Kuala Lumpur (Intl)

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11:55 Kota Kinabalu (Intl)

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Sunday 01 October 2017

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16:55 Kota Kinabalu (Intl)

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19:25 Kuala Lumpur (Intl)

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Malaysia Airlines

Malaysia Airlines - MH

Sunday 01 October 2017

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23:15 Kuala Lumpur (Intl)

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05:55 London (Heathrow)

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Add-on

Take the opportunity to maximise your travel experience and extend your holiday with an add-on.

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Wild Borneo with Singapore City Add-on

15 days from £4,258

May 2017 - Jun 2018 Departures

Customer Review

"You future Borneoettes are in for quite a treat."

Just You traveller and Community member AbbaDave went on our Wild Borneo with Singapore add-on tour in May 2016. Here is his review of the tour...

"We arrived in Kota Kinabalu via Singapore on the morning of 20th May with a short wait for our coach to arrive, taking us to our centrally located hotel in under half an hour, arriving around half past 12. The keys, as with all our properties, were handed out very efficiently by our wonderful Tour Leader Erica Hajda who met us at LHR, guided us through Singapore and was one of, if not the most, organised Tour Managers I have encountered with Just You, always cheerful and entertained us throughout. Nothing got on top of her and she always gave us detailed info for the following day's events. I often wondered where she got the time from to do so much so a BIG thanks to Erica. OK, so after a short wait for our room to be ready with a nice refreshing drink whilst we did so, a few of us wasted no time in getting out and about to explore our nearby surroundings.

"This evening Erica walked us to the nearby night market but with darkness yet to descend and many stalls still setting up, this was a little early and so our welcome dinner at the hotel rounded off our first evening in Kota Kinabalu.

Mount Kinabalu, Borneo"This morning, Saturday, we set off on a long coach day and with seat rotation in place for the next three days it was a pleasant surprise to find yourself sitting with a new partner each day. The highlights today were a stop at Mount Kinibalu and Poring Hot springs, where a nice jungle trek was taken before the canopy walk which was hard going to get to it, but we all made it and then the narrow swaying canopy above the tree tops was a little dicey to say the least, but if you just slide along the ropes looking straight ahead, you ought to be OK. If you're a little nervous about doing this you don't have to, just speak to your Tour Manager or guide and maybe you could by pass this and spend time at the resort, or dipping those tired feet in one of the several hot spring pools. We visited the Botanical Gardens to see the world's largest plant, the Rafflesia, before returning to our coach as a storm was brewing up ahead and boy did we have a storm on the way back, with the thunder rumbling, lightning flashed and the rain fell before returning to the hotel around 7.30pm.

"Most of our group followed Erica to Little Italy this evening for dinner, an Italian just down the road whilst a few dined at the hotel.

"The following morning we departed at 7.30am with another long day ahead as we headed out of Kota Kinabalu. With views of the river and the Dragon boat racing to our left we headed for the 'Tip of Borneo' stopping en route at a market in Kota Belud, a very interesting and colourful market giving us around 35-40 mins there on a really warm morning, with a lunch stop being made at a Longhouse before venturing to a more traditional Longhouse which was like a small village all living under the same roof. Our final stop of the day was the northern tip of Borneo where the sea views were rather nice. Another timely storm came our way again once on the coach and making our way back which was around a 4 hour drive, the lightning was flashing again, the rice fields were flooded and so we returned to our hotel in Kota Kinabalu at 7.10pm.

"On day 5 we left Kota Kinabalu for Sandakan where our tour was really about to take off. A very long drive with part of the way being the same route as yesterday, stopping once more for refreshments at Mount Kinibalu, we also did a death march/war memorial visit en route and lunch at the Tree Plantations, where in the super gift shop there was our chance to purchase Sabah Tea and several cuddly orangutans plus other gifts. As the afternoon wore on we were greeted by the usual thunder, lightning and heavy rain and we made our hotel by the sea, the Four Points, at around 5.30pm to the joys that we didn't have any electricity, so some of us took a walk into the nearby shopping mall and took dinner in the hotel. We found the service to be very slow but the food was worth it when we got it. Perhaps they were not geared up to catering for so many of us at one time.

Orangutans, Borneo"Day 6 was one of those exciting days we all look forward to on the tour. Firstly, a 45 minute drive to Sepilok Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre. Our first port of call was to the nursey section where we had special permission to visit, seeing the young ones play and show off their swinging skills, albeit through glass, before making our way over to see the adults being fed. We also saw many macaques and then went over to see the Sun Bears. We returned late morning back to Sandakan, before making our way to the jetty where our speedboats awaited to speed us off to the jungle. Say goodbye to wi-fi for the next few days. Our trip by speedboat took around 2 hours, spotting many proboscis monkeys, macaques, mother and baby orangutans, birds, etc, en route arriving at our lodge for lunch shortly before 2.30pm. The Abai Jungle Lodge was a beautifully constructed site and on wandering round one of the many footpaths with jungle all around I spotted an owl. It was just sitting there peering at me for quite a while too, so I stood there chatting to him until some of the others arrived before he flew away into the bushes.

"Later that afternoon at 3.45pm we took the first of our wildlife cruises and we saw three species of monkey - proboscis, silver leaf and macaques, two baby crocodiles over the far side of the river, various hornbills and kingfishers, a flying fox and the highlight as darkness descended was the fireflies which lit up the tree like a Christmas tree. We also saw how the monkeys prepared for bed high up in their trees.

"Dinner at the logdes were excellent, hot buffet style and with me being a fussy eater there was even plenty to choose from to keep me fed. Heavy rain greeted us as we turned in, being so hot it was naturally difficult to sleep and the fans were a little noisy. As I woke in the night there was something flying around my ear from time to time, which prompted me to get up and investigate - surely not a mossie with my own and the camp's mossie repellent plugged in, it turned out I had a couple of them mothy type things flying around and so I set about tackling them but the little blighters had gone to ground, sigh!

"The following morning we had an early start at 6.30am till about 9.00am - our early morning wildlife cruise. Some of the wildlife we spotted were proboscis monkeys, black hornbill, great egret, collared kingfisher, stork billed kingfisher (the largest kingfisher in Borneo) and oriental pied hornbill. A cruise around Oxbow Lake watching the monkeys clamber from tree to tree as they played and dived into the water below rounded things off before we returned to camp for breakfast in the jungle surrounded by more cheeky monkeys looking to steal the minute one's back is turned.

Pygmy elephants, Borneo"At 11.00am we returned to the water for a visit to a local village where we all indulged in our very own tree planting operation, soon to be followed by lunch in the village and a guided walk with our guide, Leo. We returned to the lodge at around 1.30pm and with little time to relax we were back out again two hours later on a one and a half hour cruise downriver to catch the pygmy elephants. On the stroke of five we were in perfect timing to catch a family of elephants cross the river, a perfect end to a perfect day - but there was more to come as on the way back we spotted a mother and baby orangutan in the trees on the banks of the river, truly amazing.

"After dinner this evening Erica and Leo split us into two groups on a jungle trek round the lodge but the earlier rain had disturbed the wildlife and all we saw was some elephant prints and a couple of birds and no sign of my little owl friend - also asleep I guess.

"Day 8 was another breakfast with our monkey friends who were getting more and more determined to have some fun with us. Firstly a melon was swooped upon, then the little monkeys stole my toast, two slices they had as quick as a turn of the head, the little monkeys.

"Following breakfast it was time to depart for our riverside lodge at Sukau, around a two hour journey downriver (or upriver, I don't really know). En route we saw a male orangutan in a tree on the opposite side from the mother and baby we saw yesterday and most likely searching for food on that side of the river. Then wow, wow, wow - two elephants right in front of us as we pulled up - it was incredible. We arrived at our lodge for lunch to a very warm welcome as the music played and the refreshing drinks were handed out which was followed later by yet another exciting cruise. Amongst what we saw were macaque monkeys, oriental pied hornbill, rhinoceros hornbill, darter bird (I think) and yet more orangutans - mother and baby high up in the trees and then as darkness fell, we caught those monkeys preparing for bed again.

"Tonight at dinner we had the opportunity to wear our sarongs as we had a lesson on how to dress them, which you can buy to take home for just 10 ringgits.

"Our time in the jungle ended after an early breakfast on day 9 as we headed at high speed back to Abai Jungle Lodge for toilets and refreshments before continuing on to Sandakan, seeing on the way another crocodile and more elephants. Many jumping fish were sighted as we raced along into the open sea. In Sandakan we were able to visit the very interesting war memorials, then once back at the Four Points Hotel in Sandakan for lunch there was an opportunity to reunite any belongings with your case and some last minute gift shopping before our mid-afternoon flight back to Kota Kinabalu.

"This evening we visited the handcraft market on our way down to the waterfront for a meal at another Italian restaurant.

"Our final day in Borneo took us on the North Borneo Railway, a very enjoyable journey with breakfast and lunch - well, until of course we broke down or rather there were technical problems with the front engines and so we had to turn back. Then this evening we were taken to a floating fish market with cultural show for our farewell meal, as in the morning some of the group return home whilst we fly on later to enjoy Singapore, giving us time to soak up the sun around the local market right across from the hotel. With it being a Sunday, it was in full flow.

"A very brief description of our three nights in Singapore. As your Tour Manager does not accompany you, we did have a very good rep in Iris to look after us. The hotel is very well situated a short stroll to Clarke Quay where it all happens. Take the bumboat for $25 up to see the Merlion - a very worthwhile trip. Gardens by the Bay is a must; even if you're not into gardens, etc, you'll love it there. Breakfast with the orangutans at the zoo was also superb.

"A wonderful time and you future Borneoettes are in for quite a treat. What you see is pot luck so I do hope you see some orangutans in the wild."

Please note: images shown are for illustrative purposes only and are representative of this tour but we cannot guarantee that all destinations or activities shown will feature on a particular departure.

What our Tour Managers say

We asked some of our Tour Managers to sum up what they really love about this tour. Here's what they said:

I love this tour because the Sabah province of Borneo offers some incredible and unique opportunities to spot, and observe the behaviour of, so many creatures. The experience is enhanced by the guide Junior, a veteran of expeditions with Sir David Attenborough amongst many others.
Alan Dyer - Tour Manager
 
Wild Borneo - November 2016
I love this tour because the boat cruises were fantastic, with viewings of wild orang-utans, many monkeys, birds and even elephants in the wild was something that is very special.
Kim Clark - Tour Manager
 
Wild Borneo - June 2016
I love this tour because we can get up close and personal with wild pygmy elephants and wild orang-utans.
Erica Hajdu  - Tour Manager
 
Wild Borneo - May 2016

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