From RM826...Endau rompin national park is open to the public from march right through till the beginning monsoon season in november. Camping can be arranged or, for those uncomfortable with being too close to nature can stay in chalet accommodation at Kampung Peta.
For families with small children we offer a short and easy 500m trail that leads to a jungle stream in which they can have a fun swim, a welcome respite for those hot days in a most natural of settings.
This tour you will get higher chances to keep local wildlife picture in your digital slides, can be done either early morning or late evening. The purpose we make the separate tour due to the different scenario of wildlife view that we can photograph
our tours are unique, fun and informative. Our well trained and knowledgeable nature guide will share his insight to the importance of the geopark and watching wildlife in their natural habitat. We don’t include any gimmicky activities such as eagle feeding, monkey feeding and monitor lizard feeding. These are extremely harmful, unhealthy and unsustainable ecological practices
Geo Park: Life on the Brink. This tour takes us to the south of Langkawi where we take a boat and explore some of the most beautiful seascapes Malaysia has to offer. Join our Geopark guide on this most memorable outing of the best Langkawi has to offer and take home lasting impressions of this magical place.
An educational tour of nature and environment outside the jungle. Orchid Garden – see over 800 varieties of orchid including the exotic species, thrive abundantly on one hectare of floral paradise.
The journey to the tropical rainforest in the outskirts of the city, will take approximately an hour. Along the way you pass through typical Malay Villagers and scenes of friendly people going about their daily chores
An Intensive training ground before going for a serious trekking. Initially most of the avid mountaineers would grab the opportunity to be familiarized with the trails of this mountain before setting out Mount Kinabalu or the Himalayan Range track. There are three different trails that lead you to Mount Berembun
The Mount Brinchang trail (Trail no.1) takes you to the peak of Cameron Highlands. Standing at 6,666 feet from the sea level, the highest peak is surrounded by a mythical Mossy Forest that evolved at the ridge of the mountain touching the lower clouds
An interpretive walk with our nature guides into the Mossy forest will reveal some of the exotic floras on earth, like the Pitcher plant, Orchids, Primitive Ferns, Spices and Medicinal Plants. A short drive down from the mountain will bring you to the Sungai Palas ‘BOH’ Tea Factory.
Let experienced nature guides guide you thru dense mountain forest of Cameron Highlands while enlightening you with the valuable medicinal plants and the eco-system of the rainforest. The Montane rainforest of Cameron Highlands is nestled on the largest mountain range of Malaysia
Observe the many varieties of Camellia plants (Tea Plant) and other garden plants before trek and climb the third highest mountain in Cameron Highlands. Some trekkers had witnessed an amazing view from the peak.
The reforestation program is perfect for nature lovers who want to contribute back to nature. In the rapidly deteriorating environment of Cameron Highlands the forest especially needs help to recover. Caring For The Future This Reforestation activity includes highlighting environmental problems, creating public awareness and caring for the future. A forests eco-system involves soaking up the rainfall and a slow release of moisture that regulates the flow of rivers, this in turn protects against flooding, siltation and soil erosion.
The vegetation of The Montane Rainforest in Cameron Highlands changes according to the altitude. The many varieties of eco system house many species of terrestrial and epiphytic orchids. The most amazing orchid species are the Corybas –The Helmet Orchid. Cameron Highlands is a botanist paradise housing many of these jewels
From RM689..A 4days 3nights trekking and camping in the deep jungles of Pahang within the Taman Negara boundaries. Experience living with nature and absorbing the earth's energy to sate your own curiosity about what it would be like to live like the batek tribe in one of the oldest rainforests in the world
The trail which starts from Pasir Pandak and ends at Pantai Kerachut is about 2 hours of leisure walking on undulating terrain. Along the trail you will be able to enjoy clean cool streams, an array of flora and fauna, dominated by dipterocarps to commercial and medicinal species to ferns, palms, pitcher plants, meromictic flora, climbers, fungi and many resident & migratory birds, monkeys, squirrels, occasionally you will be able to spot the rare spiny hill tortoises, river terrapins, snakes, etc
Lastly, enjoy a break for an afternoon tea at Suffolk House, which is the only surviving Georgian mansion in Malaysia which was originally built in the 1800’s. It has a stunning Anglo-Indian garden house and was once the home of successive British governors. If you’re the follower on the UK’s most expensive television drama series “Indian Summer” to be made by far, Suffolk House is featured widely as the VICEREGAL LODGE. Look-out.
Explore estuarine/tidal forests and mangrove waterways, quaint fishing villages and unique mangrove flora and fauna; sample freshly caught seafood cooked in fresh ingredients
Conservation treks will always involve recording presence of various species using GPS via finding pugmarks, scratch marks, calls, scats and/or hairs. Signs of species such as Asian elephants, cats, dhole, sun bear, Malayan tapir and Malayan gaur are commonl
Belum Adventure Camp (BAC), a rustic, budget adventure accommodation suitable for travelers and families as well as school groups and adventure team building. The camp is located on Banding Island in the Temenggor Lake. The Royal Belum State Park is the premier rainforest ecotourism and conservation destination in Peninsular Malaysia
Transfer from Kuala Terengganu to Terrapin Conservation Centre ( Batagur baska is a species of riverine turtle) at Bukit Paloh located on the bank of the Terengganu river. Some 1,300 eggs are collected from three conservation sites between January and April every year.
10:00am - Meet and transfer to Kenyir Lake 11:00am - Arrival Jetty, there is a spectacular view of the lake. 11:30am - Cruise to “Pulau Herba” & Lasir Waterfall
From RM158..Drive to Cemerong Waterfall, 1 hours trek up to the beautiful waterfall which lay at the wall of East Coast Mountain Range, 305 meters of white water streaked down sheer rock faces before smashing into a cloud of spray. surrounding by green forest, dip in the cool water.
From RM210..Depart to Pelagat forest reserve. The special appeal of Lata Tembakah lies in beautiful natural scenery, river, waterfall, natural ponds and jungle trails. Trek through the tropical rain forest to the top layer of Tembakah waterfall (the highest waterfall 50 meters
The easiest is the Expert Tour followed by Big Spaces, Lobang Batu and The DropOut. We pick you up in a 4x4 between 0800 and 0845 depending on the product and the number of guests. Return time, after dinner is at about 1930.
...On the way we will visit 3 different types of gold mine (all abandoned), the enormous Fairy Cave chamber, the only high density fossil beds in the area and the site of the first ever archaeological dig in Borneo
Home to the Rafflesia, Gunung Gading houses the largest flower in the world. The Rafflesia is a genus of parasitic plants. It feeds on the nutrition and food of other plants in the tropical rainforest. The flowering season is undetermined and can bud any time, taking nine months to mature and flowering for 4 to 5 days before dying.
Fairy Cave and Wind Cave is located outside Kuching city in the Bau district
the spectacular ‘Sea Stack‘.Bako was established as a national park in 1957. Since then it has offered it’s visitors the perfect introduction to Sarawack’s native vegitation and wildlife. It is situated on the northern tip of the Muara Tebas Peninsula and covers 27sq kms.
Bako National Park (BNP) with its great biodiversity is one of the best places in Sarawak to spot wildlife in their natural surroundings. Commonly spotted here are the strange looking Proboscis Monkeys, Silver Leaf Monkeys, Long Tail Macaques, Bearded Pigs, Monitor Lizards and numerous species of birds.
Kayak through the rain forests between the foothills of soaring limestone mountains. Visit a friendly Bidayuh village at Kg. Danu along the way, traverse rapids and take a swimming and lunch break on a sandy beach bank before reaching Kg. Semadang. After the kayak trip we will proceed to the Semengoh Wildlife Rehabilitation Center to see the orang utans at feeding time.
The Kuching Wetlands National Park a designated RAMSAR site (www.ramsar.org) is one of the most bio-diverse national parks in Sarawak. Cruise the picturesque Santubong and Pasir Pandak coastlines and try to spot the resident pods of rare Irrawaddy Dolphins barrel rolling in the surf. Then go in search of Proboscis Monkeys, Silver Leaf Monkeys, Macaques and be intrigued by the strange mudskippers at low tide.
Forest and vegetation types include beach vegetation, cliff vegetation, Kerangas or Heath Forest, Mangrove Forest, Mixed Dipterocarp Forest, Padang or Grasslands Vegetation and Peat Swamp Forest. The many trails here offer varying attractions and may be undertaken dependent upon your level of fitness and interests. There is also the joy of swimming in the warm waters of the South China Sea at one of the secluded beaches subject to sea and weather condition.
At RM1,022..A guided tour will lead you to Viewpoint Trail at Tanjung Gadong, an 80m high cliff-top that offers superb views of the entire shoreline of the park. If time permits you will be taken to another trail before return to the park HQ. Take a dip at crystal clear water South China Sea for swimming or snorkeling before our dinner. Overnight at Campsite
Tanjung Datu National Park is one of Sarawak’s smallest national parks and probably the most beautiful. It”s secluded beaches with clear turquoise waters and untouched rainforests sustaining an impressive array of flora and fauna make this National Park a heaven for any nature lover. Truly a pristine Borneo Experience.
Hidden in the hills along Sarawak river you will find us, Lars, Liza and our daughters Froya and Fiona (born 2010/2015). At this place we have built our jungle home and a small farm where we have our own organically grown vegetables, fruits, herbs and coffee.
meet at resort lobby and transfer to Mulu National Park headquarters. Upon registration and proceed on plank walk for 3 Km to reach Deer Cave & Lang Cave. After exploring the caves, proceed to bats observatory to observe bats flying out of caves entrance at late evening (Only confine to fine weather).
This Day tour into the various show caves at Mulu National Park does not include accommodation and provides the flexibility for a choice of accommodation at the park.
For this 3d 2n tour, you can opt to stay at the royal mulu resort or at the rangers park.
From RM1,550..The Headhunter’s Trail is a great way of entering or leaving Gunung Mulu National Park. The trek combines upriver travel, jungle trekking and an overnight stay at an Iban longhouse. The trail itself follows the route taken by Kayan headhunting parties who paddled up the Melinau River to Melinau Gorge.
for Adventure Caving – Racer Cave. Your Guide leads you through the cave climbing up and down the passageways with the aid of ropes. This cave requires some upper body strength but most people are successful. Enjoy the great feeling that comes with discovering your abilities and meeting a physical challenge. Pack lunch will be serve at cave entrance
Day 2.After breakfast at Camp 5, ascend to Gunung Api for 3-4 hours climb to view the magnificent Pinnacles. During the climb you will see many species of plants, all types of insects within this virgin jungle of Borneo. Pack lunch serve at the observatory point.
This 4 Days 3 Nights pinnacles and headhunters trail through the Mulu jungles can be made from either Limbang or Mulu. This would be a good choice to make if the flights are full for the Miri-Mulu route as you will be trekking into the park.
The Miri City + Niah Caves + Mulu National Park Package Trip gives travellers a well rounded introduction to the city , its history down to the neolithic era and onwards into nature's wonders
This is a 5days 4nights climb and trek. make sure you're physically fit for this trip. The pinnacles is gruelling, the trek if you are not used to the tropical weather can make you want to give up before you even start but this will give you an insight into the life of the tribes that still make the Bornean jungle their home
From RM1,121..The 4 days trip takes visitors from Miri and then later, on to Mulu National Park to visit the 4 show caves popularly known as Clearwater, Deer Cave, Lang Cave and Wind Cave
Ba Kelalan, is home to about 1,000 Lun Bawang tribes at an altitude of 1,500 feet above sea level . Nestled in the heart of Borneo's world renowned and oldest tropical rainforests is blessed with sub-tropical all day cool and amazingly fresh weather. Day temperature hovers between 25 – 32º celcius while night temperature drops to around 15º Celsius on some days. The lowest recorded for Ba Kelalan is 10º Celsius. And is reachable either by Maswings Twin Otter regular weekly flights from Lawas or by driving.
a walking tour to the nearest villages in the valley while enjoy the beautiful scenery like green mountains, fresh air and paddy field. Enjoy tea break & lunch in one of the villages. Visit one of their cultural sites – a natural salt spring. On the way back, try some village activities such as fishing and collecting wild vegetables
this 4days 3nights Bario - Pa' Lungan Kelabit Highland Discovery takes you to several villages into the highlands. It is a trekking trip through parts of the highland jungle ...make sure you have leech socks with you..
take a short boat to cross the river to visit Niah Museum. After visit museum proceed on plank walk for 3 Km to the caves main entrance. To walk to the cave take about 45 minutes. The Niah Cave is famous for its edible birds nest found high-up in the cave about 300 ft from the ground
Lambir Hills National Park sits just outside Miri town's borders. for those feeling the need to escape the city, this reintroduction to the jungle is great
Loagan Bunut National Park , that takes about two and a half hours from Miri City. Visit includes a stop at a small town Beluru, and the Berawan’s longhouse. Upon arrival at Loagan Bunut National Park, we take a boat trip to explore the lake and the surrounding forest to appreciate the magnificent scenery.
This 7 Days 6 Nights Kota Kinabalu & Sandakan Trip starts from Kota Kinabalu and travels by land across to sandakan on a nature trail.
Mount Kinabalu climb,a final ascent to low's peak and a descent via ferrata makes this trip worth a try. only for the stronghearted
This is a Mount Kinabalu climb that includes the via ferrata trail is strictly for those into adrenalin pumping activities with a penchant for heights. Lots and lots of heights!
Measuring 2642m, Mount Trusmadi is the second highest peak in Malaysia. The trails and area of Mount Trusmadi are rich with biological diversity; endemic species thrive along the slopes and summit.
From RM610.. Spend 2 days exploring all the richness that Kinabalu Park and Poring hot springs have to offer including the Poring Hot Springs, one-of-a-kind fish foot spa at Luanti, Kinabalu Mountain Garden, and the World War 2 memorial.
A jungle expedition is when you carry your own equipment and resources like water, food and other items and you trek through the jungle. Normally as part of a group, guided by a local guide and at the end of each day you make camp and sleep overnight at a jungle campsite.
The Crocker Range was renamed to Taman Banjaran Crocker (Crocker Range Park) in 1996 and is managed by Sabah Parks. Whilst trekking there may be the opportunity of sighting many weird and wonderful species of birds, insects, mammals, amphibians, and reptiles. Mammal Species such as; Orang-Utan, Long Tailed Macaque & Clouded Leopard have been spotted here
From RM1,590..The Crocker Range was renamed Taman Banjaran Crocker (Crocker Range Park) in 1996 and is now managed by Sabah Parks. The salt trail is a 34km long trail used by people of Tambunan in the olden days for trade. The countrymen used to exchange their produce for salt. Hence, it’s called ‘The Salt Trail’. This trail starts from Kg Tikolod, Tambunan to Inobong, Penampang. The highest point is at 1320m and the lowest at 220m.
Pulau Gaya is the largest island in the Tunku Abdul Rahman National Park, closest to Kota Kinabalu and is covered with dense virgin, tropical forest. It has been a forest reserve since 1923. The island has 20 km of hiking trails
This is a perfect opportunity to experience one of Borneo’s beautiful mangrove swamps, in our custom built canoes. Our Canoe guides will teach you the basics of paddling and there will always be a safety boat on hand to assist you. Whilst paddling there may be a chance of seeing a variety of animals. Proboscis Monkeys, Long tailed macaques, Kingfishers, Water Monitor Lizards are often spotted here to name a few
From RM198..Drive 2 hours overland to the foothills of Mt. Kinabalu at 1500m above sea level. Have a short stop at Pekan Nabalu market to savour local fruits in season. Visit the Kinabalu Natural History Gallery and Mountain Garden in Kinabalu Park Headquarters
The Kawang Forest Reserve is 1, 551 hectares (3,832.5 acres) of second class (Domestic) forest reserve. The reserve is situated in Kawang; about 23 kilometers from Kota Kinabalu.
Featuring a combination of Sukau Rainforest Lodge and Tabin Wildlife Sanctuary for the more budget concious. Explore the Borneo rainforests by river in Sukau and on foot in Tabin.
From RM 5,099.. This tour combines two of our BEST products, Sukau Rainforest Lodge and Borneo Rainforest Lodge (Danum Valley) including a stopover at Gomantong Caves. A combination that will not cease to amaze as you explore the rainforest by river in Sukau and on foot in Danum Valley. Loads of wildlife, birdlife, pure rainforests.
Borneo Rainforest Lodge is located in the core of Danum Valley, an area gazetted in the North of Sabah solely for forest and timber research plus hopefully , conservation.
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