Take a peek at paradise on a Borneo tour with us. With 130 million year old rainforest, tropical fish, UNESCO listed caves, Orangutans and the highest mountain in the Malay Archipelago, Borneo a unique tropical and eco-tourism paradise, overflowing with attractions. No matter which state in the Malaysia Borneo you decide upon – Sarawak – to the South or Sabah, to the North, both possess a myriad of diverse natural habitats and a fascinating history.
Visit Sarawak in Borneo, a naturalists paradise with a orangutan rehabilitation centre and the UNESCO listed Mulu Caves. Explore Bako National Park and view some of the regions most interesting wildlife in their natural habitat including the larged nosed probiscus monkey and the ground dwelling monitor lizards. Trek to the summit of Mount Kinabalu and enjoy spectacular views of the surrounding area or take a jungle trail in Sabah leading up to the treetop canopy walkways suspended 41 metres above the above the forest floor across giant Mangaris trees.
Take a cooking class in Kuching after enjoying an informative city tour taking in Chinatown, the City Tower and the Malay Stilt Houses. Visit the resident orangutans at Semenggoh Orangutan Centre and watch them come down for feeding. Borneo is also blessed with a number of beautiful beaches - the perfect place to relax and experience an ultimate hideaway on the Santubong Peninsula.
There's plenty more on offer on our Borneo tours. If you'd like to read more about highlights of our tours in Borneo then click here for the top spots visited! On our tours to Borneo you'll get to see the very best of this amazing country - discover Borneo with On The Go Tours!
Mt Kinabalu, pygmy elephants, orangutans, rainforests and great food. There’s sun and there’s sand but this tour is not for those who long to lie on the beach reading a book, it’s much more! Come to Sabah and soak it all in…. naturally
Sarawak in Borneo is the naturalists paradise, we start with the charms of Kuching, take in the orangutan rehabilitation centre, stay in a long-house in an amazing and remote location before finishing with the UNESCO listed Mulu Caves…. plus much more in-between.
Natural wonders of the Borneo kind. From Orangutans to hornbills, to mountains and marine parks, discover some of the world’s richest and most diverse eco-systems and traditional peoples, Borneo’s wilderness is a destination for all types of nature lover. Whatever your passion, this one won’t disappoint.