Date: 23 December 2020 to 4 January 2021
Borneo in the South China Sea is a land of rare and undiscovered treasures, offering captivating experiences and natural wonders… The Malaysian part of the island is divided into two states, Sabah and Sarawak. The Borneo jungles contain some of the oldest, undisturbed areas of rainforest in the world. The island is home to many unique and endangered species, such as the orangutan, proboscis monkey, Borneo Rhino, Pygmy Elephant, as well as the Green and Hawksbill Turtle. Witnessing wild orangutans in their natural environment is a truly captivating experience, enhanced by the knowledge that they share 96.4% of their DNA with us. Females have the strength of five or six men, while a 110kg male (think front-row forward) can muster the strength of 10 men. Many species of exotic birds, crocodiles, Borneo elephants and Irrawaddy dolphins are only found here.