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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Borneo Family Holiday

Eddie · Traveled June 2024
I thought Aldrin was the best tour guide of all time! I loved the people and the jungle lodge. I didn’t quite like the turtle laying. I thought it was a bit unfair on mummy turtle & baby turtles. They were tired.
Review submitted 30 Jun 2024

Borneo Family Holiday

Craig · Traveled June 2024
Intrepid team in Borneo did an amazing job. My daughter had a fantastic time and we met some great people along the way. Highly recommend!
Review submitted 30 Jun 2024

Borneo Family Holiday

Raelene · Traveled June 2024
We had a great trip with our 12 & 10 year old. Kids met others the same age and parents could enjoy all Borneo’s beauty and culture through their eyes and our own as they entertained each other!
Review submitted 05 Jul 2024

Wild Sarawak

Mark · Traveled June 2024
Great trip, great guide, great people, great experience. Mulu National Park was awesome. Thanks Nizam.
Review submitted 30 Jun 2024

Sabah Adventure

Stephen · Traveled June 2024
Great trip and our guide Jeffery was superb.
Review submitted 29 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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