Home to the world’s oldest rainforest, large cave and river systems and cloud topped mountains, Borneo has an incredible range of biodiversity and culture living in this ecologically precious part of the world. With some of South-East Asia’s best wildlife and community experiences for students, Borneo is an educational adventure not to be missed.
Fly to Borneo – meet your guide at the airport before transferring to the hotel in Kota Kinabalu.
Kota Kinabalu – visit the Mari Mari cultural village and enjoy a Sabah-style high tea.
Marine National Park – visit the world’s largest coral reef monitoring network to learn about this fragile eco system. Go snorkeling and witness some of the ocean’s wonders in the crystal clear waters of Tunku Adbul Marine Park.
Wetlands and Sabah tea plantation – learn about mangrove swamps and their hugely important role in Sabah’s coastal ecosystems before leaving the city for Kinabalu National Park. Spend the night on a tea plantation in a traditional Longhouse.
Kinabatangan – take a nature walk to see some of Borneo’s diverse wildlife and enjoy a hot spring bath or perhaps cool off in a pristine waterfall.
Jungle camp and wildlife watching – Spend the day out in nature, spotting wildlife and learning about how the rain forest and natural lakes were formed.
Gomantong Caves and Labuk Bay Proboscis Monkey Sanctuary – enter the Gomantong caves with their famous Swiftlet birds nests and get up close with the amazing proboscis monkeys at the one of a kind sanctuary.
Sun Bear Conservation Centre – learn about biodiversity of the rainforest whilst taking a treetop canopy walk. Later visit the Sun Bear Conservation Centre.
Sepilok Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre – Visit the world famous Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre and see these beautiful creatures being nurtured and rehabilitated for release back into the wild.
Return from Borneo.