Top 12 Borneo holiday reviews

Home to the oldest rainforest on the planet, blanketed by a diverse tapestry of rivers and caves, and overlooked by the imposing Mt Kinabalu, Borneo offers an adventure setting unlike any other. Boasting an unrivaled range of biodiversity anywhere else in South-East Asia, a holiday in Borneo offers the kind of wildlife encounters that travellers come from all around the world to witness – be it the rehabilitation of the orphaned orangutans at Sepillok or the after-dark parade of turtles as they dig out their nests on the sandy beaches – these are experiences that are guaranteed to intrigue and delight.  
 

Top reviews on Borneo holidays

A holiday in Borneo comes with an unrivalled range of highlights for travellers looking for a tropical escape in Asia. Take a look below at some of the Borneo holiday reviews from Intrepid travellers who have experienced the region for themselves:
 

Wild Sarawak , September 2016

Miriam Patterson

Classic Borneo , September 2016

Margaret ANNE Woulfe

Classic Borneo , September 2016

Emma Bramuzzo

Sabah Adventure , September 2016

Lucinda Trenchard

Sabah Adventure , September 2016

Halona Warne

Classic Borneo , July 2016

chris murray

Sabah Adventure , September 2016

Paul Brown

Wild Sarawak , August 2016

Fiona Sibbald

Sabah Adventure , August 2016

Fiona Sibbald

Wild Sarawak , August 2016

Fiona Sibbald

Classic Borneo , August 2016

mary Dods

Sabah Adventure , August 2016

Sandra Young

 

Blogs on Borneo

What it’s actually like to climb the via ferrata on Mt Kinabalu

Posted on Mon, 7 Mar 2016

You can’t climb Kinabalu's via ferrata without feeling there is something magical about the mountain. This is one climber's story.

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‘The mountain is the mountain, tomorrow is tomorrow.’ Reflections from Mt Kinabalu

Posted on Wed, 10 Jun 2015

The awful news that a 6.0 magnitude earthquake struck Mt Kinabalu on Friday has affected the entire Intrepid community of staff and travellers.

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Expect the unexpected in Borneo

Posted on Wed, 13 Aug 2014

I chose Borneo because I wanted to see amazing wildlife, stay in traditional villages and give the mountain climb a go, but what I didn't anticipate was just how much of a buzz I would get from exploring this fascinating land.

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