Borneo, Malaysia at a glance

Man, did we enjoy the northern part of Borneo, Malaysia – together with our 2 great friends Caro & Peter! Three weeks of adventure, fun and breaking boundaries. A vacay of a lifetime, surrounded by beautiful nature, amazing wildlife and wonderful people.
Anyone who likes to explore, comes at peace in the middle of nowhere, appreciates the greatness of fauna and flora and wants to do all this with a limited budget – this is a must.
Our itinerary at a glance:

– Kuching city, Sarawak
– Nanga Sumpa experience at Delok river, Sarawak
– Bako National Park, Sarawak
– Gunung Mulu National Park, Sarawak
– Sepilok Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre, Sabah
– The Bornean Sunbear Conservation Centre, Sabah
– Labuk Bay Proboscis monkey Sanctuary, Sabah
– Deramakot Forest Reserve, Sabah
– Bilit (home stay) at the Kinabatang river, Sabah
– Libaran Island, Sabah

To give you a flavour of all this splendour, check out this trailer.
And take a look at the other Borneo posts describing each of the places we visited into more detail.

Special thanks to our guides who made this journey unforgettable:
– Super friendly Lemon from Borneo Adventure, who introduced us to the jungle and the welcoming Iban people
– Funny-as-hell guide Kevin from Majestic Leisure & Tours, who cracked one joke after another
– Knowledgeable Joe, Freelance tour guide and working with Tours By Locals, who was always looking to provide us with the best wildlife spotting opportunities