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Venture south of Kuching to Semonggoh Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre and get an up close look at how dedicated locals and naturalists help to preserve, protect and rehabilitate orangutans that have been injured, orphaned or captured. Watch as these giant primates roam freely and witness rainforest feedings as part of this unique trip, which includes a short trek into the jungle and hotel pick up and drop off.
If you’re a lover of nature then don’t miss out on this excursion to Lambir Hills National Park from Bandar Seri Begawan, an active tour that’s ideal for first-time visitors. You’ll cross the Malaysian border without the worry of going it alone, and spend the day hiking with your guide, without the fear of getting lost. Plus, you’ll increase your chances of spotting wildlife and native flora in the company of a guide.
The home of the rafflesia, the world’s largest flower, Gunung Gading National Park is tricky to reach by public transport. If you’re set on seeing this 3-foot (1-meter) monster, which blooms rarely but pungently throughout the year, then opt for this convenient door-to-door tour, which comes complete with lunch. Once you’re there, explore by a comfortable plank walk, or follow rangers into the forest if a rafflesia is blooming there.
Drive from Kuching for about 45 minutes in the direction of Santubong or Damai area. Board a small boat (12 capacity of passengers) and begin your cruise to the mouth of the Salak River. You should be able to spot the elusive and rare schools of Irrawaddy dolphins which are quite common in this area. Our boatman will stop nearby Bird Island to see the sea birds before proceeding to Satang Island.
Head out to the South China Sea for Satang Island. The island is part of the Satang National Park where a turtle conservation project is located on the island. Green Turtles and the rare Hawksbill Turtles often lay their eggs here. Look in on the hatchery to get an idea of conservation work being carried out on these highly endangered sea creatures.
Spend time on the island's white sandy beach or go snorkelling. You will be able to enjoy the corals and the marine life in the crystalline waters of the island.
Home to over 1,000 crocodiles—and the skull of a 20-foot (6-meter) monster croc—Jong’s Crocodile Farm & Zoo offers a great introduction to Borneo’s wild and wicked wildlife, with leopard cats, sun bears, barking deer, and so much more. There’s no need to mess around with public buses on this convenient small-group tour, which includes pickup and drop-off from Kuching city center hotels. Morning and afternoon options available.
08:00 am, depart hotel for Batang Ai Iban Longhouse, Nanga Mengkak Longhouse. After meet our guide, we continue the journey through rural Sarawak, passing pepper gardens, cocoa and rubber plantation and rice fields A few stops will be made along the way. First stop will visit the colourful native market in Serian town where a variety of jungle produce such as edible ferns, bamboo shoots and unusual tropical fruit are on display. Visit a pepper garden. Lunch en route. A native longboat awaits you at the river for 1-hour boat journey through the tropical rain forest to reach the longhouse, home of the Iban tribe. Relax on the ruai (common verandah) and spend time with the Iban people. After dinner, we have a cultural dance or warrior dance (Ngajat) from Iban people, learn about their culture and enjoy some local rice wine (Tuak and Langkau). Overnight stay.
After breakfast, witness a blowpipe demonstration, followed by a cockfighting demonstration & jungle trekking (1 hour).
See more of the Borneo rain forest in less of the time as you explore Kubah National Park with a jungle guide. Discover this vibrant ecosystem as you follow forest trails to a scenic waterfall, while your guide identifies everything from birds to snakes, from orchids to carnivorous pitcher plants. Choose between a morning walk and a night adventure: Both include door-to-door round-trip transfers from Kuching hotels.
Reaching Bako National Park independently is a major hassle: Take it easy on yourself with this convenient door-to-door tour. Look out for wildlife such as long-tailed macaques, silvered leaf monkeys, proboscis monkeys, squirrels, and monitor lizards as you explore the pristine forest. Tour includes lunch and door-to-door round-trip transfers.
Take a tour through the world of rare species and lush rainforest on the cliffs and headlands of Bako National Park. This journey lets you admire the pristine scenery of land and water around Sarawak's oldest national park, along with the remarkable diversity of plant and animal life within.
- Rich flora & fauna in Sarawak's oldest national park
- Habitats for unique, rare & endangered species of wildlife
- Fun & adventurous journey to Bako park via land & water
- Relax within the pristine & undisturbed rainforest jungle
- Panoramic views of rugged coastline & green hilltops
Remote and beautiful Tanjung Datu National Park occupies the northwestern tip of Sarawak, Borneo. Experience its unspoiled beaches, pristine reef, and jungle on this all-inclusive private adventure from Kuching, with two nights in a park hostel and seven meals. Look for nesting turtles on two night safaris, seek out langurs, gibbons, hornbills, and more on a guided day hike, and opt to snorkel the reef too.