If you have any enthusiasm for the wild, for nature of any type, Borneo will not disappoint you.William Dickens
Day 1Arrive Kota Kinabalu. Meet and greet at the airport and transfer to your hotel for check in. At leisure for the rest of the day
Day 2After breakfast meet at the hotel lobby for your full day trip to Kinabalu Park and Poring Hot Springs.
Day 3-4Early morning transfer to airport for a short flight into Sarawak landing in Mulu National Park, Malaysia's second UNESCO World Heritage Site. Here you will explore the virgin rainforests and pristine rivers, as well as the longest and most extensive cave systems in the world
Day 5Fly from Mulu back to Kota Kinabalu. Check into hotel, relax and spend the rest of your day at leisure
Day 6Take a day trip by boat to Pulau Mamutik which is the nearest island to Kota Kinabalu and the smallest of the five islands of the Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park. Enjoy a day of fun in the sun, relax, sunbathe and snorkel.
Day 7Early morning check out and transfer to the airport for your 50 minute flight to Sandakan. On arrival in Sandakan, you will be met at the airport for your tour to Sepilok Orang Utan Sanctuary. After the morning feeding session, proceed overland to your lodge at the Kinabatangan River.
Day 8-9Sabah's Kinabatangan River is the best way to see the wildlife up close in Borneo. Cruising the river with a boat you will be able to spot wildlife along the river banks – monkeys, snakes, crocodiles, elephants, and rare birds. On the last day we check out of the lodge and return to Sandakan. Enroute we visit Labuk Bay, before catching the afternoon flight to Kota Kinabalu where you will be met at the airport and transfered to your hotel.
Day 9In the morning you will be free at leisure until time for check out. Transfer to the airport for your onward bound flight.
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Borneo's National Parks and protected areas allows up close-and-personal experiences with many of the endemic animals that would otherwise be very hard to see.
Kinabalu Park & Poring Hot Springs
The 2 hour drive to Kinabalu Park takes you through the countryside and up the Crocker Range to Malaysia's UNESCO World Heritage site. Mount Kinabalu, the highest peak in Southeast Asia, is essentially a huge granite dome that was pushed up from the earth's crust as molten rock millions of years ago, and the result is a quite spectacular jagged, rocky peak which rises high above Borneo. The Kinabalu Park is a great attraction for botanists and zoologists due to its unrivaled diversity of species. After a trek through the forest and a visit to the mountain garden, drive 45 minutes to Poring Hot Springs which is a natural spring with hot baths you can bathe in. Also at Poring you will trek up to the canopy bridge which is suspended 41m from the forest floor followed by a quick detour to Kopungit waterfall.
Gunung Mulu National Park
Malaysia's other world heritage site, Mulu National Park in Sarawak, has much more than just nature. In the heart of Borneo there are caves systems like no other in the world. Deer & Lang Caves, 3 km from the Mulu National Park, not only boost the longest cave systems in the world but are also home to millions of bats and swiftlets as well as a variety of cave-dwelling snakes that prey upon them. In Lang Cave you can admire its spectacular array of stalactites and stalagmites and nearby at Clearwater Cave the scenery is equally as breathtaking.
Sandakan - Sepilok - Kinabatangan River
On arrival in Sandakan, you will be met at the airport for your tour to Sepilok Orang Utan Sanctuary. After the morning feeding session, proceed overland to your lodge at the Kinabatangan River. In the afternoon you will be taken on an afternoon river cruise in search of wildlife. Sabah's Kinabatangan River is the best way to see the wildlife up close in Borneo. Cruising the river with a boat you will be able to spot wildlife along the river banks - monkeys, snakes, crocodiles, elephants, and rare birds. However, if you want to get a little closer to the action the Kinabatangan is also a place for jungle trekking. A guided night-time nature walk will take you into the rainforest where, even if you find it difficult to spot nocturnal wildlife, you certainly will hear the jungle at night - it is positively throbbing with the sounds of nature.
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