Ancient rainforests thriving with wildlife, hauntingly beautiful UNESCO-listed caves, traditional longhouses, endangered orangutan species and the highest peak in Malaysia await travellers in the tropical eco-tourism paradise of Borneo. Whether you decide to explore Sarawak in the South or Sabah in the North, both of these states possess an eclectic heritage and varied history, telling a fascinating story set against an impressive backdrop of dense, untamed jungle.
Our Borneo group tours take in all the key highlights and are escorted by an experienced local English speaking tour guide, subject to a minimum of 6 in the group. As well as the expert knowledge they impart, they will also organise day-to-day activities, assist with hotel check-ins and offer you tips on where to shop or eat at each port of call.
Spend a night in an Iban longhouse and experience how the Iban people live, stay with a local family in village in Taun Gusi and discover the rural way of life, spend a day relaxing on a beautiful island in Tanku Abdul Rahman Marine Park, tuck into a traditional backwoods style picnic, cooked in bamboo and try you hand at making local delicacies at cooking class in Kuching.