- Duration 16 days
- Difficulty 3/5
- Group Size 6
24 September – 9 October, 2018
Borneo, the world’s third largest island, is politically divided among three countries, Malaysia (Sabah and Sarawak), Brunei and Indonesia (Kalimantan). We will visit Sabah, stunningly beautiful and hugely biodiverse. We will concentrate our efforts within the ‘Heart of Borneo’ a conservation area, home to 10 endemic primate species, more than 350 bird species, 150 reptiles and amphibians and more than 10,000 plant species. Target species include orang-utans, Bornean pygmy elephants, proboscis and leaf monkeys, gibbons, tarsiers, bearded pigs, rhinoceros hornbills, flying frogs, squirrels and pitcher plants. There is also the incredible opportunity to find a clouded leopard if luck is with us!
Price Not Published Per person sharing
Arrival: Kota Kinabalu Sabah Malaysia
Departure: Lahad Datu Airport
Arrival Time: 24th September 2018
- Accommodations for 16 nights.
- All meals.
- National park fees.
- Water, tea, coffee.
- Local English-speaking driver/guide.
- One Pete Oxford Expeditions trip leader.
- International airfare to and from Kota Kinabalu International Airport.
- Items of personal nature including laundry, bar, personal shopping and internet.
- Travel/medical/evacuation insurance.
- Visa fees.
- Tips for local guides and lodge staff.
This itinerary is not published as it is a privately commissioned trip. If you are interested in this destination please contact us at [email protected] for more information.
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Pete Oxford is a naturalist and conservation photographer. He has been leading trips, repeatedly, to every continent since 1987. He is very familiar with tropical rainforests having lived and worked in the Ecuadorian Amazon as a naturalist guide for three years. He has produced four books on the Amazon. Pete has visited Indonesia and Malaysia repeatedly over the years venturing widely throughout the region. He continues to lead trips to some of the world’s most pristine wildlife and cultural destinations as a full time, professional conservation photographer/tour leader. He is the winner of several prestigious awards and his images have appeared in major magazines including National Geographic, Time, Outdoor Photography and Smithsonian.