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Borneo Holidays & Tours

Smothered in rainforest, alive with proboscis monkeys, orangutans and pythons, Borneo is an island of incredible biodiversity. This, combined with a fascinating tribal culture and the moody peak of Mount Kinabalu, makes Borneo holidays perfect for exploration. 

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Views of the Dalmation Coast

Popular Trips

11 Days

Family Land Of The Orang Utan

Borneo, Malaysia Family Trip code FBN
From AU$2440 without flights
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Borneo Wildlife Highlights

Borneo, Malaysia Discovery Trip code BN
From AU$2340 without flights
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Kalimantan Adventure

Borneo, Indonesia Discovery Trip code KAL
From AU$4200 without flights
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Photographing Borneo's Wildlife with Renato Granieri

Borneo, Malaysia Discovery Trip code BNP
From AU$3380 without flights
Borneo Holidays & Tours

Neighbouring Brunei glimmers with golden-roofed mosques whose calls to prayer ring out over the country’s dense and pristine rainforest, filled with proboscis monkeys and lazy pythons, while offshore, flares from oil rigs light up to clouds in the tropical night. 

The moody peak of Mount Kinabalu, Borneo’s highest mountain (4095 m), offers views down through the swirling clouds to Sabah’s islands including Palau Gaya, Layang Layang and Sipadan, which offer unparalleled underwater adventures. Sabah’s jungle, though fast making way for endless plantations, still provides stunning jaunts for the hardy in the Maliau Basin, home to elephants, orang-utan and the shy Sumatran rhino. 

Few travellers cross into Borneo’s greater portion, Indonesian Kalimantan. The coastal cities are seething with energy, chocked with traffic beyond which the jungle is rapidly becoming consumed by logging concessions. Boat travel is the most rewarding experience here, chugging up the Mahakam on the way to visit Dayak long-houses, or around the vast Tanjung Puting National Park, whose empty riverways still echo with the call of Borneo’s untamed beasts.

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