Untamed tropical rainforests with canopy walkways
The “old man of the forest” Orangutan living freely in the wild
The Proboscis Monkey with its pendulous nose and outragous potbelly
Astounding diversity of nocturnal mammals with epic night drives
Boat rides on the verdant Kinabatangan River
The spectacular Great Argus, with the longest, single feather in the world and the impressive Rhinocerous Hornbill
OUR FEATURED BORNEO DESTINATIONS
This pristine lowland rainforest is the prime location to view Orangutan and Bornean Gibbon in the wild and is famed for superb night drives where species such as Tarsier, Colugo, Leopard Cat, Malay Civet, Giant Flying Squirrels and Bornean Pygmy Elephant can be seen.
The dense mangroves are explored by boat and host one of the highest concentrations of wildlife in Southeast Asia; including the Proboscis Monkey – this is the prime location for this pendulous fleshy nosed primate. Orangutan and Bornean Pygmy Elephant are other key species.
Tabin offers superb wildlife viewing and realistic opportunities to find species such as Hose’s Langur, Banteng and even the rare Clouded Leopard.
Mammals & Birds Species Checklist
WHEN TO VISIT BORNEO
The best time to travel is from April to September, avoiding the rainy season from October through to February.
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