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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Sabah Adventure

Joseph · Traveled June 2024
A fantastic life changing experience. A country with overwhelming diversity. Wildlife and place that simply blow your mind.
Review submitted 25 Jun 2024

Sabah Adventure

Stacey · Traveled June 2024
Sabah Adventure was exactly what it promised to be, the nature in Borneo is amazing and Sabah has great conservation ideals. We spent time exploring the jungles looking for creatures big and small and we were not disappointed. A magical Adventure
Review submitted 25 Jun 2024

Sabah Adventure

Emily · Traveled June 2024
100% reccomend Sabah Adventure tour - our tour guide Jeffry was brilliant and incredibly knowledgeable about Sabah and Borneo. I came away learning so much about Borneos history, wildlife and culture. I will definitely be back.
Review submitted 26 Jun 2024

Sabah Adventure

Lea · Traveled June 2024
Fantastic tour that will make you fall in love with Borneo! This trip gives you an insight into some of the highlights of Sabah (without having to drive too long from one place to another) and its beautiful culture, nature -and most impressively - wildlife!
Review submitted 27 Jun 2024

Wild Sarawak

Samantha · Traveled June 2024
Fantastic trip with an excellent leader - rody. Very enthusiastic and has a passion for helping you have the best time on your trip, thank you to him. The 4 days in mulu and camp 5 were by far my favourite though a bit of advice: pack lightly for those days!! The walk is hot, humid and in our case - incredibly muddy and ill defined path ways, with lots of trees to climb over etc. It was challenging and made more so with the extra weight on our backs. If I could do that 4 days again I’d have taken 2 pairs of shorts and some sports bras and that is it. Was easier to wash in the river than the showers there, and take ear plugs as the shared accommodation can get loud with snoring ;) and you really need your sleep for the next day! Would very much recommend this trip, it had a bit of everything. We went in late June and it was BOILING - girls, take sports wear etc, denim shorts are not the one ( as I found out far too late!). Would also recommend getting a personal fan for the public transport, especially the public transport - which was very hot
Review submitted 27 Jun 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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