Sarawak, Malaysia

Experience Sarawak

If Borneo is a nature lover’s dream, this fantastic six-day adventure is that dream.


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If Borneo is a nature lover’s dream (and it is), this fantastic six-day adventure is that dream come to life. Beginning in the dazzling city of Kuching, you’ll venture deep into the wondrous Bako National Park — home to odd-looking proboscis monkeys and the carnivorous pitcher plant. Next, it’s o...

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Day 1Kuching
Arrive at any time.
Day 2Kuching/Bako National Park
Depart Kuching in the morning, passing through mangrove forest before arriving at Bako village. Continue along the coast by motorized boat to reach Bako National Park. Hike through the park and experience amazing plant and wildlife. Be sure to keep an eye out for the proboscis monkey. Return to Kuching in the evening.
Day 3Kuching/Batang Ai
Drive through the scenic countryside, passing plantations, rivers, rainforest to reach the Batang Ai jetty, stopping en route to visit a trading town and a local farmhouse. We'll also make a stop to visit the Semenggoh Wildlife Centre and with some luck, spot a wild orangutan passing through. From the jetty transfer via boat to a local Iban longhouse and enjoy a stay with this welcoming community while learning more about their culture.
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Hotels (4 nts), traditional longhouse (1 nt, multi-share).

What's Included

Your Local Living Moment: Iban Longhouse Homestay, Batang Ai. Bako National Park excursion. Trading town and farm visit. Blowpipe demonstration. Forest hike and local lunch. Semenggoh Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre visit. All transport between destinations and to/from included activities.

Meals Included

5 breakfasts, 4 lunches, 1 dinner

What to Take

You will be on the move a good deal, so pack as lightly as possible (under 10 kg/22lb). It is to your advantage as you are expected to carry your own luggage, though distances are never great. We do not allow the use of video cameras when staying in the villages as it can be perceived by the local p...
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Experience Sarawak