Explore the Hidden Wilds of Borneo

Backyard Travel, specialist in off-the-beaten-path tours through Asia, are now offering intrepid travellers the chance to explore the untouched rainforests, pristine coastlines, remote villages, and bustling towns of Malaysia’s Borneo island with the addition of this exotic locale to its list of destinations.

The insider travel company has announced several new tours that will allow visitors to explore different sides of this unique island. The eight-day Borneo, Land Below the Wind tour is a complete introduction to the island, allowing visitors to explore rainforests and villages, visit an orangutan sanctuary, go on wildlife watching expeditions, and even relax in a coastal beach resort. With Sarawak: Land of the Hornbilles, thrillseekers can discover the active side of Borneo with jungle walks, kayaking expeditions, and underground caving adventures, while the Borneo Wildlife Watch allows nature buffs to mountain bike through the rainforest and get up close and personal with Borneo’s inquisitive wildlife at jungle lodges and wildlife sanctuaries.

For those really wanting to get under the skin of the island, the ten-day Culture and Cuisine in Borneo tour allows travellers the chance to discover the nuances of Bornean life with guided tours and homestays.

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