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Search for wild orangutans, visit the semi-wild orangutans at Semenggoh, see rare Irrawaddy dolphins and turtles on a boat trip, and discover the world’s largest flower – the endemic rafflesia – in the forest at Gunung Gading.

An overnight stay at Bako National Park, famed for proboscis monkeys, lets you appreciate its birdlife at dawn and dusk, but the highlight is a three-day jungle trek in search of wild orangutan, and a visit to a traditional Iban longhouse.

Suggested Itinerary

  1. Day 1: Depart London

  2. Days 2-4 : Arrive Kuching – 3-nights hotel; visit Kuching Wetlands, Satang Island & Gunung Gading NP

    Talang-Satang National Park is a nesting ground for green & rare hawksbill turtles; here you can visit a turtle hatchery & learn about the conservation work. There is time to snorkel on the white sandy beach to enjoy the corals & marine life. You'll retrace your route mid afternoon, with a stop at Tukong Ara, a protected islet with a breeding colony for various species of terns.

  3. Day 5: To Bako NP – 1-night basic cabin; jungle walks & birding

  4. Day 6: Return to Kuching – 1-night hotel

  5. Days 7-10 : Transfer to Nanga Sumpa – 2-nights lodge and 2-nights jungle camping; 3-day jungle trek

  6. Day 11: Return to Kuching

  7. Day 12: Visit Semenggoh Nature Reserve; transfer to airport and depart

  8. Day 13: Arrive UK

Key info

Our trip ideas are offered to inspire you and can be tailored to suit your requirements.
  • Duration and price including flights from/to UK: 13 days from £2,595 pp
  • Duration and price excluding international flights: 11 days from £1.845 pp
  • When to go: Apr-Oct
Featured location:

Bako National Park

Bako offers an intoxicating mix of coastal scenery, teeming rainforest and abundant wildlife. It is one of the best places in Borneo to see proboscis monkey, which are regularly encountered, often right beside the raised boardwalk. With such a variety of habitats, the park’s flora is correspondingly rich and diverse.

  • Where: Sarawak State
  • Ideal for viewing: long-tailed macaque, mouse deer, proboscis monkey, silvered langur, slow loris