Borneo Tours & Holidays

Anthropologists, adventure-seekers and animal lovers alike are drawn to Borneo’s steamy jungles, blissful mountains, balmy beaches and peaceful villages.

These tropical shores have a glorious diversity. Float down the Kinabatangan River, the most biologically diverse rainforest in the world; see the sun rise over Mt Kinabalu; meet mischievous orangutans in Sepilok; chow down on a tasty laksa or take in the incredible underwater scenery snorkelling in Tunku Abdul National Marine Park. Borneo’s wild bounty awaits.  

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Classic Borneo

Samuel · Traveled June 2024
Amazing experience! Our guide Johmin was so helpful and his knowledge was outstanding!
Review submitted 08 Jul 2024

Classic Borneo

Amelia · Traveled June 2024
Had the best time on this trip! The dream was to see Orangutans & luckily we weren’t disappointed. We were lucky to see lots of other wildlife too. Visited a lot of beautiful places with nice accommodation. Would definitely recommend.
Review submitted 08 Jul 2024

Classic Borneo

Emily · Traveled June 2024
Had a fantastic time! The reason to visit Borneo was to see orangutans and i wasn't disappointed! Saw rescued and wild! Saw so much wildlife including sun bears and proposcis monkeys! Visited so many brilliant places for the beach to the jungle lodge. Would 100% rate this trip Would love to come back
Review submitted 08 Jul 2024

Classic Borneo

Jessie · Traveled June 2024
Our tour leader, Belle, was wonderful! Very knowledgeable, helpful and nothing was too much trouble. Really lucky to have her.
Review submitted 07 Jul 2024

Borneo Family Holiday Comfort

Thomas · Traveled June 2024
Review submitted 07 Jul 2024

Borneo at a glance


    Malaysia: Kota Kinabalu (Sarawak) and Kuching (Sabeh), Indonesia: Pontianak (Kalimantan), Brunei: Bandar Seri Begawan


    23.7 million


    Malaysian Ringgit (RM), Brunei Dollar (B$), Indonesian Rupiah (Rp)


    Bahasa Malaysia, Bahasa Indonesia, Chinese dialects, Dayak languages




    Indonesia: +62, Malaysia: +60, Brunei: +673


    Malaysia and Brunei: Type G (Irish/British 3-pin), Indonesia: Type C (European 2-pin), Type F (German 2-pin, side clip earth)

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