Climbing Mt Kinabalu and Borneo Trekking
If you want an adventure holiday in Borneo, climbing Mt Kinabalu will give you a huge sense of achievement – particularly when you make it to the summit in time for an unforgettable sunrise. Mt Kinabalu is the tallest peak in Borneo’s Crocker Range and the mountain and its surroundings are among the most important biological sites in the world, with over 4500 species of plant, 326 species of birds, and 100 mammalian species identified. Trekking up Mt Kinabalu can be fairly tough if you’re not in peak physical condition however, if you are looking for a Borneo trek, it has been called the highest climber-friendly mountain in South East Asia. If you decide to go trekking in
Mt Kinabalu you just need some good mental and physical preparation and you will be well rewarded by the breath-taking variety of ecosystems and views. This Borneo trek will make you understand why the locals consider this mountain sacred. Borneo hiking and Borneo trekking tours are very popular because of the myth legend and romance that surrounds the place. Adventure holidays to Borneo are second to none. What’s more, after hiking in Borneo you can take a well-deserved rest on its white sandy beaches.
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