Showcasing the best of Borneo - wildlife, rainforests and tropical beaches
Borneo is home to some of the most diverse and beautiful wildlife in the whole of South East Asia.
Starting with a visit to majestic Mt Kinabalu, we then continue to one of the trip highlights - the pristine Danum Valley. A nature lover's paradise, whose beauty and animals are equalled only by Sarawak and the World Heritage Mulu National Park with its immense cave system and and the oldest rainforest in the world.
We come face to face with Orang-utans at Semenggok and Sepilok sanctuaries, stay at a bamboo longhouse in Sabah on a tea plantation, and finish the trip relaxing at the beach, and we also have the chance to spot the elusive Irrawaddy dolphins.
What makes this trip responsible?
Tourism can be a real help to local communities, providing income, positive cultural exchanges and a financial incentive to protect their natural environment. Ours is a 'total approach' to responsible tourism, covering everything from the way we plan and operate our trips to the practices of Exodus as a company.
In Mulu N.P the Penans, and others are employed by the park thereby generating income for their families and improving their economies. The staff are encouraged to provide cultural entertainment (traditional dances and music) helping to preserve their culture. The boats used in the park are all owned and operated by the local people.
For full details of our Responsible Tourism Policy page.
Orangutan protected by the Bukit Lawang conservation programme; Sumatra, Indonesia