Borneo birdwatching tour
Description of Borneo birdwatching tour
This trip can be tailor made throughout the year to suit your requirements
We cater for both vegetarians and vegans.
As the pioneers of responsible tourism, we've screened this (and every) holiday so that you can travel knowing it will help support the places and people that you visit, and the planet. Read how below.
PlanetAll our expeditions are organised and led with a commitment to maximising the benefits of our trips to the local community and minimising the negative impact associated with tourism. We employ local agents and staff, not just to benefit the local economy, but also to give you a real sense of the local culture. Trekking in the jungle gives more chances to spot wildlife like Pygmy elephants, gibbons, Orang Utan, Clouded Leopard, Leaf Monkey. Proboscis Monkeys, Hornbills, Crocodile, Eagles and many more.
The accommodation that is provided in this tour is green and eco-friendly. Some use solar power as main energy resource and Eco-treatment for wasted water.
We have initiated a series of projects for youth teams to install water tanks for rainwater collection and storage in remote villages. Working with village heads and always employing local people we fund and install the water facilities to ensure that clean water is available to the families.
PeopleVOLUNTEERING & CHARITY
Volunteering and charity work is really important to us. We ensure to do both equally. We support a key volunteering project giving them visibility throughout our distribution channel and showing to people their ‘modus operandi’.
A FAIR DEAL
We support the local community and notably the majority of our staff is made up of local people. Some examples: Barshall our operation manager comes from Iban tribe in Sarawak, as does Rosa our senior reservation. Venissa – reservation executive comes from Kadazan tribe in Telupid – Sabah Petronella- account is a Dusun and come from Tuaran town in Sabah, also Rex, Rijan, Charles, Zaedi are all Malaysian are all from different area of Malaysia and comes from different ethnic group. We see this as being very important as local knowledge is very important. We 100% support the community.