The unique Maliau Basin packages, one of E-Borneo.Com‘s Signature Tour Products, have been updated.

There are five (5) specially-customised Maliau Basin packages that take you to Borneo’s “Lost World” all the way from Kota Kinabalu City by land.

We have designed various types of excursions from “Easy” to the most “Challenging” types of adventure based on your fitness and endurance level. Description of each trail is also included. The itineraries were also updated in view of the unavailability of the Agathis Camp, which was sadly destroyed by a marauding group of Pygmy elephants.

Check out the following links to find out which one is most suitable for you:

 

 

 

Description: The Danum Valley Conservation Area, like Maliau Basin, both in Sabah, can be regarded as the Lost World of Borneo given its almost undisturbed tropical rainforest and abundance of biodiversity. This article gives an insight into the conservation of the Danum Valley and offers some tips on how visitors can reach there on a unique Nature Tour that is beyond compare.

 

By E-Borneo.Com (Republished)

 

Located in the district of Lahad Datu in the south east of Sabah, the Danum Valley Conservation Area is a natural paradise of lush tropical lowland rainforest habitat with an incredible diversity of plant and animal life, a perfect destination for a Nature Tour.  The conservation Area consists of 43,800 hectares of protected virgin forest rich in Sabah’s unique flora and fauna. It has been acknowledged to have one of the world’s most complex ecosystems.

 

The conservation of the Danum Valley began in 1996 by the State government of Sabah. The Danum Valley Field Centre was established on the same year as a tropical rainforest research and environmental education station. Today, the Field Centre has undertaken many important tropical rainforest and conservation research papers and findings.

 

Some of the wildlife attractions at Danum include 275 species of birds including all eight species of hornbills native to Borneo, 110 species of mammals such as Asian elephants, Orang Utan, civets, clouded leopards, five species of deer, and a full house of Borneo rarities ranging from the Sumatran rhinoceros to Bulwar’s peasant.

 

To get to Danum Valley, You can take an early morning flight from Kota Kinabalu to Lahad Datu, and transfer by road for about 2 hours to your accommodation (i.e., Borneo Rainforest Lodge). Scheduled transfer to the Borneo Rainforest Lodge is at 9.30am.

 

Alternatively, you might want to stay overnight at Lahad Datu (recommended hotels are Executive Hotel and Grace Hotel), a small town about 407km or 6 hours by road from Kota Kinabalu.

 

Proper gear is important when visiting Danum Valley. You must make sure that you bring insect repellent, long-sleeved shirts, raincoat, hat, swimming gear, trekking boots, flash light, binoculars, camera and video as well as a water bottle. It is also advisable to take anti-malaria pills in advance before reaching Danum Valley.

 

To experience the best of the “Lost World”, it is recommended that you have at least a 3-day/2-night stay. This is because unlike the jungles of Nepal or the African Savannah, the attractions of the Borneo rainforest are more subtle, and much harder to spot.

 

Sometimes, you would have to be patience to have a glimpse of the rare but prominent wildlife species. Transferring out of the Borneo Rainforest Lodge is scheduled at 1.30pm, and if your onward journey takes you back to Kota Kinabalu, there are flights connecting you back to the Capital City.

 

For more info on Danum Valley nature tour, please visit the following link:

4D3N Danum Valley Borneo Rainforest Lodge (EB-LD01)

3D2N Danum Valley Borneo Rainforest Lodge (EB-LD02)

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E-Borneo.Com, an established travel company, announces the launch of its Redesigned Web site, devoted to helping travelers to plan their vacation in Borneo with ease and confidence.

 
Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia – October 17, 2016 – E-Borneo.Com announced today the official launch of its newly revamped website. The site’s homepage features bright colors, beautiful pictures and an uncluttered design. The content for the site was also enhanced to focus on the premier attractions in Borneo, particularly in Sabah and Sarawak. Not only does the new website have a completely fresh look and feel but with the change over to a new platform, visitors will find significant improvement in the site functionality, design and overall user experience. The new website went live initially on 27 June 2016 as a trial run to assess the overall functionality of the site.

“We are excited about our new website official launch after months of tweaking and refining, and the useful information and high definition pictures it provides will make it easier for our valued website visitors to better comprehend and plan for their holiday in Borneo,” said Ms. Veronica Barik, the Managing Director of E-Borneo.Com Tours & Travel Sdn Bhd, the company behind E-Borneo.com.

“We wanted to make the new website faster, easier to navigate, and more user-friendly in addition to being mobile-friendly. Our goal with this new website is to provide our visitors a straightforward way to learn about E-Borneo.Com’s travel services and also to allow them to browse information based on their own choice. We sincerely hope that the new website will also be a source of information for travel planners who are researching their vacation in Borneo, save them time and provide the travel solution they need at their fingertips,” added Ms. Barik.

“I’m delighted to be able to share my passion for Borneo travel with this new website,” says Ms. Barik. “Borneo is not only one of the great exotic travel destinations in the world, it also offers an array of activities from adventure and nature to wildlife on top of a world class tropical beach and island vacation. I hope to be able to assist visitors with all aspects of their travel here.”

Established since 1999, E-Borneo.Com (website: http://www.e-borneo.com/ ) specialises in customising and planning the most appropriate itinerary that is catered to travellers’ needs and budget. The mission of E-Borneo.Com is to provide guests with the best assistance possible without the stress and trouble of checking with tour agencies, booking reservations, arranging tours, coming up with itineraries and so on.

 

Source: https://www.prlog.org/12594646.html

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