Choose from Borneo Adventure’s selection of multi-day, holiday packages to Sabah. We offer a range of tour packages that include the best attractions and travel experiences in Sabah. We can also custom design a tour …View
The Malaysian state of Sabah on the island of Borneo is renowned for the beauty of its natural environment and its network of national parks and wildlife sanctuaries. Sabah’s abundant and relatively accessible wildlife – combined with its picturesque islands and beaches – offer visitors the opportunity of combining nature-based activities such as trekking, wildlife watching and diving with relaxing beach holidays.
Our Sabah tours and excursions are designed to get the best out of what Sabah has to offer. Whether it is climbing Mount Kinabalu; discovering the ancient rainforest at Danum Valley; cruising the Kinabatangan River in search of Proboscis monkeys; snorkeling in the Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park; diving Sipadan or simply relaxing on a beach; our experienced local guides will connect you with Sabah, its people and the natural features of the “Land Below the Wind”. If you find that none of the packages on our website fit into your itinerary, we can custom tailor tours to your needs. For more information on our tours, please contact us.
The 560-kilometre Kinabatangan River is Sabah’s longest river, beginning in the Crocker Range in Southwest Sabah and ending at the Sulu Sea southeast of Sandakan. From the headwaters to its vast river mouth, …View Destination
The Danum Valley Conservation Area (DVCA) covers 43,800 hectares of undisturbed tropical rainforest in eastern Sabah. With its pristine forest and rich biodiversity Danum attracts naturalists, wildlife enthusiasts and bird watchers from around the world.View Destination
Kota Kinabalu or KK is the state capital of Sabah. Its coastal location and mountain backdrop give it one of the most spectacular settings of any city in Malaysia. One of the great things about …View Destination
Kinabalu Park covers an area of 754 sq km and was gazetted in 1964. It was the first national park in Sabah. The park is dominated by Mount Kinabalu, one of the highest peaks …View Destination
Tabin Wildlife Reserve covers an area of 122,500 hectares northeast of Lahad Datu in eastern Sabah. The rectangular shaped reserve is one of the largest protected areas in Sabah and is mostly covered with lowland …View Destination
Sepilok Orangutan Sanctuary The Sepilok Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre was set up in 1964 and is the best known of the four orang utan rehabilitation centres in the world. The centre is located within …View Destination
Deramakot Forest Reserve is rich in wildlife with 75% of Sabah’s mammal species found within its 55,507 hectares of mixed dipterocarp forest. Wildlife found at the reserve includes iconic species such as orangutan, pygmy elephants, …View Destination
The Imbak Canyon Conservation Area (ICCA) comprises 30,000 hectares of undisturbed rainforest located deep in the heart of Sabah, approximately 300 kilometres from Kota Kinabalu. Imbak Canyon consists of a 25 kilometre long valley surrounded …View Destination
Pulau Tiga Park is located north of Kuala Penyu, opposite the swampy Klias Peninsula. The island became famous when it was used as the location for the first Survivor reality TV series which aired in …View Destination
The Kawag Forest Area is located on the fringes of the Danum Valley Conservation Area and within the Ulu Segama Malua Forest Reserve. Kawag is mostly logged over lowland dipterocarp forest. Various scientific expeditions …View Destination
Selingan Island is one of three islands that form the Turtle Islands National Park, located approximately 40 km north of Sandakan. The beaches of Selingan, Bakungan Kecil and Gulisan Islands are nesting sites for both …View Destination