Ecotourism is a thriving industry in Borneo and a visit allows nature lovers a chance to experience some of the world’s richest rainforests.
Borneo is still one of the world’s wild place with many excellent national parks across the island. Lush rainforests teem with biodiversity and are home to over 10 primate species, 200 mammal species, 600 species of birds, 350 species of butterflies, and a staggering estimated 15,000 species of plants including the rafflesia, pitcher plants and orchids.
Many endangered species such as the Bornean Orangutan, Proboscis Monkey, Bay Cat, Bornean Rhino and the Pygmy Elephant.
Although under extensive threat from massive palm plantations, the island of Borneo still holds some of the largest primary tropical rainforest in Asia.
Whether you are a nature enthusiast, a naturalist or a research scientist, we offers high quality tours lead by experienced nature guides.