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Sabah & Sarawak holidays

A Sabah and Sarawak holiday is a fascinating way to absorb some of Borneo’s most memorable places. Trek the famous Head-hunters’ Trail, stay in picturesque fishing villages and remote jungle camps. Meet welcoming communities and support orangutan projects. Sabah and Sarawak are very, very special.

Sabah & Sarawak holidays
Borneo tailor made tour on a shoestring
The Best of Borneo: Wildlife, Adventure, Idyllic Islands, from £2169 (12 days) inc UK flights
Sabah & Langkawi holiday, tailor made
A wonderful wildlife tour in Borneo & Langkawi, from £2950 (15 days) inc UK flights
Borneo holiday, Sabah adventure
Mt Kinabalu climb, jungle camp and Sepilok Orang-utan Centre, from £1299 (10 days) ex flights
Borneo tailor made holiday, wildlife & beaches
A wonderful tour of the wildlife & beaches of Sabah, Borneo, from £2995 (13 days) inc UK flights
Sabah holiday, land beneath the wind
Wildlife & culture in Malaysia, from £1335 - £1570 (12 days) ex flights
Borneo holiday, Highlights of Borneo
The highlights of Sabah, from Mt. Kinabalu to orangutans, from £2665 (13 days) inc UK flights
Borneo luxury holidays, tailor made
Rainforests, orangutans, beaches tailor made, from £3150 (13 days) inc UK flights
Best of Borneo holiday
Orang utans, Mount Kinabalu and traditional longhouse stays, from £2100 (14 days) ex flights
Borneo small group holiday
Head into Borneo's jungles, rivers and villages, from £1330 - £1460 (10 days) ex flights
Borneo small group adventure holiday
Journey through Borneo's spectacular landscapes, from £3300 - £3400 (15 days) inc UK flights
Borneo adventure holiday
Remote Borneo trip combining adventure, culture & wildlife, from £2895 (13 days) ex flights
Borneo Jungle Expedition
4-week school expedition volunteering in beautiful Borneo, from £3960 (4 weeks) inc UK flights
Borneo wildlife holiday
Showcasing the best of Borneo - wildlife, rainforests and tropical beaches , from £3599 - £4049 (22 days) inc UK flights
Borneo wildlife volunteer project
Encounter orangutans and elephants in the Bornean jungle., from £1095 (12 days) ex flights
Borneo adventure trekking holiday
Camping trek in Maliau Basin, 'Sabah's Lost World', from £2975 (13 days) inc UK flights
Sabah & Sarawak holiday in Borneo
Wildlife, jungles, culture and idyllic beaches, from £2585 (13 days) inc UK flights
Marine conservation project in Malaysia
Become a qualified diver by conserving Sabah's marine-life, from £1169 - £2295 (14 days) ex flights
Family holiday to Borneo, Land of the Orang Utan
Discover Borneo's magical combination of unique wildlife, from £2159 - £2693 (12 days) inc UK flights
Sarawak wildlife & beach holiday
Encounter an orangutan & hike through virgin rainforest, from £1220 - £1435 (11 days) ex flights
Borneo activity holiday
Private trip exploring Borneo’s remote jungle & mountains, from £1950 (12 days) ex flights
Borneo tour, primates & bears
A unique group tour of the wildlife and beaches of Borneo., from £2995 (11 days) inc UK flights
Orangutans and Ibans tour to Borneo
Vast jungles of Sabah and Sarawak & Iban Headhunter tribe, from £3750 (15 days) inc UK flights
Borneo family holiday to see Orangutans
Come face to face with orangutans, from £2209 - £2579 (12 days ) inc UK flights
Cycling holiday in Borneo
Cycle through jungles and see wild animals and exotic flora, from US $2395 (11 days) ex flights

122 reviews for Sabah & Sarawak holidays4 star overall rating

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Orangutans and Ibans tour to Borneo
The most memorable parts of the holiday were Borneo Rainforest Lodge in the Dannum Valley and climbing Mt. Kinabalu. (more)Zachry Brown
Fantastic experience, unforgettable. It surpassed all expectations. (more)Lois Froud
From £3750 including UK flights
Borneo holiday, Highlights of Borneo
Fabulous. There's really nothing more to say. (more)Amjad Parkar
Fantastic! Eye opening!The best part was seeing Orangutans in the wild at Borneo Rainforest Lodge (more)Amy Rubin
It was great. I loved every minute of it. Borneo is a beautiful country with friendly helpful people. I only wish I could have stayed longer. (more)Gill Ash
From £2665 including UK flights
Sabah holiday, land beneath the wind
The most memorable part of the holiday was scrambling to the top of Kinabalu mountain and trying to get a photo taken at the top with over 100 other people. (more)Ron Price
Climbing Mt Kinabalu. Staying in the jungle. Seeing local, unique wildlife were the most memorable parts of the holiday (more)Penny Earle
Excellent!! Amazing experience...Orangutans, Turtles, Mt Kinabalu...Go with an open mind. Take it all in... there's so much to see! (more)Heidi Hosgood
From £1335 - £1570 excluding flights
Borneo luxury holidays, tailor made
Fantastic - the wildlife was amazing; watching elephants bathing in the river, snorkelling with turtles, scuba diving with sharks (small ones thankfully!), and the odd orangtan and probocis monkey! The people were extremely friendly and proud of their country. (more)Anna Davies
Making it to the top of Mount Kinabalu, spotting four wild orangutans and a huge croc on a Kinabatangan river cruise and Lankayan Island were the best. (more)Sue Cheung
Most memorable was an open topped boat ride in the pouring rain that felt like being doused by a hot shower and meeting the Iban and keeping our heads. (more)Linda Sykes
From £3150 including UK flights
Borneo tailor made holiday, wildlife & beaches
10 out of 10...the most memorable moment was seeing the Pygmy elephants on the banks of the Kinabatangan river playing, tugging up plants and placing them on their head. (more)Gill Bowles
The most memorable part of the holiday was 100 pygmy elephants on the bank of the Kinabatangan River...Brilliant. Would do it again, and spend more time in each place. (more)Katie Southgate
It was a fantastic holiday... Seeing the orangutans, proboscis monkeys and all other wildlife in their own environment, being on the boat going up river in the evening. .... tere were so many exciting memories of the holiday. (more)Caroline Taylor
From £2995 including UK flights
Borneo tailor made tour on a shoestring
Excellent, well thought out itinerary. The most memorable parts were Travelling into the jungle to stay at Abai Jungle Lodge and the river cruises. We saw wild orangutans, snakes, big spiders, Proboscis monkeys and more all in our hotel. (more)Christopher Lewis
If we had to name a specific high I think it'd have to be the private river cruises that we went on from the Abai Jungle Lodge. They were each so magical, romantic and different - I can't describe how wonderful they made us feel. But in truth the trip was packed with moments like this - hearing a turtle breath, seeing pygmy elephants up close and wild!! (more)Rob Skinner
I enjoyed every aspect of my holiday. However, diving among turtles, in the beautiful turquoise waters of Lankayan Island, was definitely a particularly exciting and memorable moment...All the local people were delightful and could not do enough to help. Borneo is a very beautiful place and I hope to go back very soon. I would not hesitate in recommending this holiday. (more)Jenny Sanders
From £2169 including UK flights
Borneo small group adventure holiday
We did especially enjoy our stay at the Borneo Rainforest Lodge in the Danum Valley though, we had an exceptional local guide there who was enthusiastic, passionate, knowledgeable, friendly, attentive and very thoughtful towards us and what we wanted to see. He made the trip! (more)Marlene Thomson
It was a fantastic holiday. Byron, our guide, made sure that everything ran smoothly. We saw some wonderful wildlife, not just the orangutans but also many birds, pigmy elephants, proboscis monkeys, and many others. (more)Gillian Slater
From £3300 - £3400 including UK flights
Sabah & Sarawak holiday in Borneo
It was an amazing wildlife adventure - I feel very fortunate to have seen freshly hatched baby green turtles and wild orangutans. (more)Claire Onody
There were many memorable moments. Too few to fully list out! One destination was the Gomantong Birdnest Caves. The main cave tests all your senses. Certainly a location for the next Indiana Jones film, not for flip-flop wearing tourists! (more)Jonathan Reed-Lethbridge
From £2585 including UK flights
Sarawak wildlife & beach holiday
Most memorable? Definitely climbing Mount Kinabalu. But very closely followed by the wildlife from orangutans, wild elephants to the sea turtles... Excellent... You should definitely book on this trip! (more)Kirsty Howland
The various methods of travel through Borneo really gave you a sense of travelling like locals and getting the maximum "real life" experience... The best travel experience I have had so far! (more)Michelle Blois
From £1220 - £1435 excluding flights
Sabah & Langkawi holiday, tailor made
Fantastic trip. Ngala safari lodge & game drives were wonderful! (more)Rachael Hardman Rigby
We had a wonderful holiday. Every step of the way went smoothly and we saw some amazing wildlife. The accommadation was good, excellent in some cases, and the staff always polite, helpful and friendly. (more)Susan Spiller
From £2950 including UK flights
Borneo holiday, Mt Kinabalu, orangutans & rainforest
There are two: seeing a grown male orang utan in the wild, and watching the sun rise from the summit of Mount Kinabalu...fantastic, a real once in a lifetime experience (more)Hannah howard
The first week wasn't really a holiday it was just a hard slog. The 2nd week was great though and the guide Manuel was amazing, he made the holiday as fantastic as it was. (more)caroline stone
This was the first time that I had been on a group holiday and I was very impressed with the Guide, the organisation and the structure of activities during the trip. (more)Deborah McWhinney
From £2769 - £3299 including UK flights
Borneo safari, jungle, mountain & beach
Unbelievable, fantastic, amazing etc. EVERY day was perfect. It was our honeymoon and so many little touches and extra effort was made for us. It really was magical. Thank you. (more)Ross Smith
The climb up Mount Kinabalu probably stands out as the best bit. An incredibly tough assent followed by a somewhat painful descent but what a sense of achievement and sat at the summit watching the sunrise having made the climb took away what little breath we had left! (more)Alexandra Glenn
Lots of it was exciting but seeing the Orangutans in the wild has to be the best bit. (more)Phil Pinchen
From £2635 excluding flights
Orangutan volunteering in Borneo
I enjoyed the time in Batang-Ai in the longhouse most. A natural paradise- the tribes people were wonderful and our guide also...Overall, an excellent trip (more)Katie Beckwith
Working with such amazing animals and finding out how intelligent and human like they are....Brilliant once in a life time experience. (more)Holly Ferguson
The opportunity and privilege to work so closely with magnificent animals such as the Orangutan and Sun Bears ...A wonderful and moving experience (more)Lynne Parish
From £1280 - £1865 excluding flights
Borneo wildlife volunteer project
Memorable parts? There were many exciting wildlife sightings but the most memorable part of the holiday was being with Mark, the project leader, who was highly knowledgeable about the natural world as well as organising a varied and interesting programme. Tips? To be prepared to engage fully with all the activities arranged. A pair of binoculars would also be helpful Local benefits? It definitely supported conservation and maybe made the village more aware of the importance... (more)Tessa Milne-Day
From £1095 excluding flights
Orangutan conservation holiday in Borneo
Staying with the local tribe in the jungle was the most memorable part of the holiday...10 out of 10. (more)Jennifer Beard
Learning about and working with the animals at the wildlife centre at Matang; tribal-style living deep in the rainforest, and the guides' ability to source food from nature with fishing spear and machete - and much, much more. (more)Hanne Samson
From £995 excluding flights
Borneo holiday, Land below the wind
It was all interesting and exciting in many different ways...It was very good. I would particularly like to comment on our guide Henry, who was with us every step of the way. (more)Mrs Gordon
Most memorable was seeing the wild orangutan and the feeding at Sepilok. (more)Wendy Knipe
It was absolutely fantastic, full of variety, we enjoyed so many new experiences, and were looked after above and beyond the call of duty by our guide who became part of our family. Borneo is a great place for a family adventure holiday. (more)Shauna Seccombe
From £1450 excluding flights
Borneo family holiday to see Orangutans
In Borneo we met and travelled with like minded families and individuals, who along with good humoured guides added enormously to the pleasure of the trip. It was excellent and would thoroughly recommend for those who are adventurous, like variety and don't mind a bit of roughing. (more)Michael Mosley
It was a fantastic holiday and I felt that we were away for much longer than we actually were. We got to visit amazing places and it felt like an adventure but at all times it was stress-free and safe (which really helps when travelling with young children). (more)Emma Beeston
Fantastic! Aided greatly by a local guide who was both extremely knowledgeable, organised, and tolerant of persistent questioning by both the children and adults on the trip. (more)Barbara Burke
From £2209 - £2579 including UK flights
Family holiday to Borneo, Land of the Orang Utan
River cruises at Bilet lodge; watching the proboscis monkeys, long-tailed macaques, elephants, monitor lizards, crocodiles and many different birds was the most memorable part. (more)Janet Preston
Tour guide fab, accommodation better than expected. Good range of activities. (more)Nick Silcock
From £2159 - £2693 including UK flights

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5 stars
I am reborn! Simply the best holiday I have ever been on
4 stars
Some great stories to tell the grandchildren. Would recommend to a friend
3 stars
Very enjoyable
2 stars
It was OK
1 star
A bit disappointing really

Sabah holidays travel guide


2 minute summary

Tacked onto the northern tip of Borneo, Sabah lays claim to
more than its fair share of the earth's riches.
Shaggy, ginger orangutans are Sabah's superstar residents - but don't miss the sun bears, sea turtles, proboscis monkeys and pygmy elephants - or its 32 ethnic tribes.
Altitude aficionados can get their fix on the mighty Mt Kinabalu - while gentle cruises
along the Kinabatangan River drift past remarkable flora and fauna, many of which
are found nowhere else in the world. On a Sabah holiday, opportunities abound to
see orangutans in the wild and in sanctuaries, where each Ringgit you spend contributes
directly to their conservation, as loggers and farmers encroach on the remaining rainforests.
Sabah's accessibility and horde of attractions have seen tourist numbers rocket, so forward planning is essential to secure a spot, and ensure you're travelling in the most responsible way. Done right, this is the trip of a lifetime, so it's worth spending the extra time - and money if necessary - to make sure your Sabah holiday is the best you can make it, for you - and for Sabah.

A Sabah holiday is...

a gateway to Borneo - and chance to see some of its remaining orangutans.

A Sabah holiday isn't...

all about lush rainforest. Palm oil plantations have made their mark.

What we rate & what we don't


Our best & worst of Sabah holidays

Rainforest Discovery Centre

Rainforest Discovery Centre


Next door to the orangutan rehabilitation centre, this site started life as an education centre for local schoolchildren and is often overlooked. Fortunately this means fewer crowds with your orangutans. Cross the 28m-high canopy walkway to see flying squirrels, and explore the botanical gardens. This is a phenomenally informative Sabah holiday excursion, for adults as well as kids. [Close]
Kota Kinabalu

Kota Kinabalu (KK)


You don't travel all the way to Borneo for its cities - but when you land in Kota Kinabalu, you'll be quite relieved to discover it's a pleasant place to stop for a few days while you recover from jetlag and recharge before heading into the wilderness. There's a marvellous mix of Malay, Chinese, expat and indigenous cultures - with fab food, walkable streets and lovely beaches just a short hop away. [Close]
Lankayan Island

Lankayan Island


This classic desert island is found in the "Sea Turtle Corridor", and hawksbill and green turtles crawl ashore here to lay their eggs from June to August - away from Selingan Island's crowds. The Marine National Park surrounding the island also shelters whale sharks, sunken wrecks and yellow tail barracudas- snorkellers and divers will be treated to a submarine show. Sea kayaking and windsurfing are also popular. [Close]
Sun bears

Sun bears


Orangutans get all the glory in Sabah, but the exquisite sun bear is long overdue for credit. The gentle demeanour of the world's smallest bear may have been its downfall - poached and trafficked; it's now classified as vulnerable. But the world's only sun bear sanctuary is opening to visitors near Sepilok in 2014, educating people about these animals, and rehabilitating as many as it can for re-release. [Close]
Kinabatangan River

Kinabatangan River


Kinabatangan's lakes, mangrove swamps and lowland forests comprise one of the planet's richest ecosystems, and river cruises here are amongst Borneo's most tranquil wildlife experiences. It's one of only two places on earth where 10 primate species are found. Dawn and nocturnal cruises and treks to an oxbow lake reveal crocodiles, proboscis monkeys, rhinoceros hornbills, river sharks, orangutans and pygmy elephants. [Close]
Danum Valley

Danum Valley


This virgin tropical forest shelters endangered orangutans, proboscis monkeys and pygmy elephants - as well as newly discovered species and rare birds. There are numerous waking trails, a 300m suspended walkway and a panoramic viewpoint; night time safaris reveal the nocturnal creatures that call this forest home. You really will feel like you're in forgotten world. [Close]
Diving

Diving


Regularly appearing in "Top Ten" lists, Sipadan draws divers from around the world to discover its vertical topography, tornadoes of barracuda, parrotfish, white-tipped reef sharks and sea turtles. But if you don't book in time to get a permit during your Sabah holiday, all is not lost. Whale and hammerhead sharks frequent the island of Lankayan, and closer to KK, Tunku Abdul Rahman Park offers unspoiled islands and wildlife-filled reefs. [Close]
Variety of cultures

Variety of cultures


With over 30 ethnic groups, each with their own language and customs, you can take your cultural pick during your Sabah holiday. There are traditional longhouses inhabited by the descendants of headhunting warrior, nomadic sea gypsies - also renowned for their horse riding skills, vibrant dances and the worship of rice spirits. Local guides reveal fascinating secrets, and a home stay will give you a taste of Sabahan life. [Close]
Sepilok

Sepilok


The famous orangutan rehabilitation centre is a must-do on just about every Sabah holiday itinerary - as it is the only place you are virtually guaranteed to see orangutans. You are also guaranteed to see hundreds of other tourists, who flock here at feeding times. Come here to support Sepilok's fantastic work, but do make time to track these creatures in the wild. It's harder - but the rewards are immense. [Close]
Cuddling orangutans

Cuddling orangutans


Volunteering with endangered orangutans offers of wonderfully romantic images of feeding ginger-tufted babies and cuddling lonesome orphans. This should never, ever happen: our genetic similarity means diseases are easily transmitted, and human habituation makes releasing them into the wild virtually impossible. Stick with constructing enclosures, and know that this is the best way to secure the future of these creatures. [Close]
Palm oil

Palm oil


Used in foods, cosmetics and so-called bio fuels, palm oil is one of the biggest threats to Borneo's orangutans - and to everything and everyone else that inhabits its forests. Tourists expect to be awestruck by the rainforests during their Sabah holiday, but most are shocked by the scale of the palm plantations, and how little jungle remains. Spend your money wisely, and demonstrate that virgin forest is worth much more than exhaustively farmed land. [Close]
Selingan 'Turtle' Island

Selingan 'Turtle' Island


Sea turtles are beautiful and mysterious creatures, but on Borneo's beaches they are abundant, crawling ashore most nights to lay their eggs. The popular Selingan offers overnight turtle tours - yet dozens of tourists crowded around each turtle mother is not the magical experience many wish for , and is certainly less than pleasant for the turtle. Look into less visited islands for a more ethical turtle encounter during your Sabah holiday. [Close]

Food, shopping & people


Travel like a local on your Sabah holiday

Eating & drinking in Sabah


Sabah's immense cultural diversity has combined to create a mind-blowingly tasty cuisine, fresh and flavoursome.
The Kadazan-Dusun dish of hinava is made of thinly sliced, raw mackerel, mixed with chilli, ginger, onions, seeds and lime.
Tuhau is a foul-smelling wild ginger, pickled and spiced with chilli. It apparently tastes better than it smells...
Tuaran mee is a tasty, fried egg noodle dish served with vegetables and pork. Look out for it on the streets.
The first series of the TV programme "Survivor" was filmed off the coast of Sabah on the tiny island of Pulau Tiga

People & language


With 32 ethnicities speaking over 80 languages and dialects, Sabah is a quiet, cultural explosion. The rice-farming Kadazan-Dusun are the largest group, followed by the seafaring Bajau, who live on boats and stilt houses in the shallows, rarely setting foot on land. Markets, cultural visits and volunteer projects are the best way to discover local life during your Sabah holiday.

Say "Good morning" - "Selamat pagi"
Catch a local "tamu" if you can. It's a weekly village market.
 

Gifts & shopping


KK's annual Crafts Exotica is held at various sites across the city each July, with traditional crafts demonstrations and stalls.

Take home an unusual artwork – all the paintings displayed in KK’s art gallery are for sale – and most of the artists are local.

The guides at Monsopiad Cultural Village can create beaded bracelets with your name on – put in your request and pick them up later in the day for a personalised Sabah holiday memento.

Fast facts


The world's smallest elephant (the pygmy elephant), smallest primate (the tarsier) and smallest bear (the sun bear) are all native to Sabah

How much does it cost?


Entry to Sepilok Rehabilitation
Centre: £5.50
Meal in a restaurant in KK: £3.20
Snorkelling daytrip to Sipadan
reef: £27
Bowl of noodles in the KK
market: 90p
Coconut pudding - served in the
shell: £1.80
 

A brief history


A Malaysian state tacked onto the island of Borneo, Sabah's strategic position has seen it fought over for centuries. It was once part of the Sultanate of Brunei, used as a trading post, serially leased out as "North Borneo", occupied by the Japanese and bombed by the allies during the Second World War. This was one of Sabah's darkest periods: hundreds of British and Australian POWs were forced into the notorious Sandakan Death Marches. Just six survived. Read more ▼
North Borneo was returned to British rule once the war ended, and finally became Sabah in 1963 when it joined Sarawak and Malaya to become part of Malaysia. Today, over 40 years later, Sabah's cultural identity remains fluid - its 2.5 million inhabitants comprise over 30 ethnic groups, along with a large population of Chinese, as well as Indonesians and Filipinos, belying its location in the centre of so many vastly different countries. However, its cultural wealth is not reflected in its economy. During the 1970s, Sabah was ranked as one of Malaysia's richest states; now, despite the enormous growth of high-end tourism, it is the poorest, with many surviving on just US $1 a day.
Sabah's natural riches are tragically disappearing too - thanks to logging, illegal trade in wildlife and - most devastatingly of all - the creation of palm oil plantations across huge swathes of what was once virgin rainforest. As well as threatening Borneo's endemic species, the destruction of forests also threatens its traditional cultures, who are forced to leave their ancestral homes. Borneo's future, then, may depend upon foreign influence as much as its past, as attitudes towards palm oil shift, and ethical tourism offers a sustainable, viable alternative to the razing of the forests and the poverty of the people.
Photo credits: [Mountain:Melvin Ho / Sabah Tourism] [RDC: cumi&ciki] [KK Temple: shankar s.] [Kayaking: David Kirkland / Sabah Tourism] [Sun bear: Audley Travel] [Kinabatangan River: Audley Travel] [Pygmy elephant: Julian Lee / Sabah Tourism] [Parrotfish: Audley Travel] [Cultures: David Kirkland / Sabah Tourism] [Sepilok: Rob and Stephanie Levy] [Orangutans: kkinjo] [Palm oil: Lian Pin Koh] [Selingan Island: Franco Pecchio] [Tuhau: Valerian Dalus] [Stilt houses: johnjodeery] [Shopping: Melissa Ewot / Sabah Tourism] [Coconut: Kai Hendry]
Borneo tailor made tour on a shoestring
The Best of Borneo: Wildlife, Adventure, Idyllic Islands, from £2169 (12 days) inc UK flights
Best of Borneo holiday
Orang utans, Mount Kinabalu and traditional longhouse stays, from £2100 (14 days) ex flights
Sabah holiday, land beneath the wind
Wildlife & culture in Malaysia, from £1335 - £1570 (12 days) ex flights
Borneo holiday, Sabah adventure
Mt Kinabalu climb, jungle camp and Sepilok Orang-utan Centre, from £1299 (10 days) ex flights
Borneo luxury holidays, tailor made
Rainforests, orangutans, beaches tailor made, from £3150 (13 days) inc UK flights
Borneo tailor made holiday, wildlife & beaches
A wonderful tour of the wildlife & beaches of Sabah, Borneo, from £2995 (13 days) inc UK flights
Sabah & Langkawi holiday, tailor made
A wonderful wildlife tour in Borneo & Langkawi, from £2950 (15 days) inc UK flights
Borneo holiday, Highlights of Borneo
The highlights of Sabah, from Mt. Kinabalu to orangutans, from £2665 (13 days) inc UK flights
Borneo adventure holiday
Remote Borneo trip combining adventure, culture & wildlife, from £2895 (13 days) ex flights
Borneo small group holiday
Head into Borneo's jungles, rivers and villages, from £1330 - £1460 (10 days) ex flights
Borneo small group adventure holiday
Journey through Borneo's spectacular landscapes, from £3300 - £3400 (15 days) inc UK flights
Borneo wildlife volunteer project
Encounter orangutans and elephants in the Bornean jungle., from £1095 (12 days) ex flights
Sabah tailor made holiday, Borneo
Untouched pristine wilderness and nature in Sabah Borneo, from £1000 - £2000 (11 days) ex flights
Borneo adventure trekking holiday
Camping trek in Maliau Basin, 'Sabah's Lost World', from £2975 (13 days) inc UK flights
Orangutans and Ibans tour to Borneo
Vast jungles of Sabah and Sarawak & Iban Headhunter tribe, from £3750 (15 days) inc UK flights
Sabah & Sarawak holiday in Borneo
Wildlife, jungles, culture and idyllic beaches, from £2585 (13 days) inc UK flights
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