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Almost mythological as a place, Borneo's real-life rainforests teem with wildlife and plant life, incredible beauty, and the endangered orangutan, the "man of the forest" in the wild.
The Gould's Frogmouth, which is on the threatened species list, along the View Point Trail at Borneo Rainforest Lodge.
From Borneo Nature Lodge we took boat excursions on the Kinabatangan River to view wildlife and birds in their virgin habitat. Here are some of our AdventureWomen with their awesome cameras, having fun while viewing the South China Sea, Sabah, Borneo. An early morning river cruise on the Kinabatangan River includes sightings of birds, monkeys, and the elusive orangutan in the wild.
More than 400 species of birds are found in Borneo, including eight different species of Hornbill. All hands on the belly of this immense rainforest tree on a spectacular canopy walk in Borneo's Danum Valley, home of Borneo Rainforest Lodge. The rampant clearing of the region’s rainforests for timber, settlement, and oil palm plantations has depleted huge tracts of their habitat, and like the orangutan, the proboscis monkey is now extremely endangered. Borneo's Dipterocarp forest is considered to be the world's tallest and oldest, having existed for over 100 million years. Cindy Katsapetses, Susan Eckert, and Gayle Hagins (L-R) enjoy the beach at the South China Sea, Borneo. AdventureWomen at the end of their trip in Borneo, in Kuala Lumpur in front of the iconic Petronis Twin Towers.
If you love exotic plants, animals, and culture, you’ll be thrilled by this opportunity to go adventuring in Borneo — the third largest island in the world. Almost mythological as a place, Borneo is an amalgam of bio-diversity, a place of vast, uncharted rainforests filled with yet-to-be discovered species and a plethora of endemic trees, orchids, and animals like you’ve never seen before… anywhere! Kinabatagan Wildlife Sanctuary, home to the probiscus monkey, Asian elephant, Sumatran rhinoceros, and many more exotic species. Sepilok Orangutan Rehabilitation Center, created to protect orangutans made homeless by logging. The Danum Valley and its primeval forests, where almost all of Borneo's mammals can be found along with 275 species of birds. Kota Kinabalu, the capital of Sabah and the gateway to the culture and natural wonders of a tropical paradise. Kuala Lumpur, where we will spend our last two nights in Malaysia, is the focal point of the new Malaysia.
Why go to Borneo now?  Because development has exploited its plants and animals at a rapid and alarming rate.
We hope you will join AdventureWomen on this remarkable wildlife and cultural journey to Malaysia Borneo, at the ends of the earth! View endangered orangutans ("the man of the forest") in the wild and in amazing sanctuary and rehabilitation centers. Spend a night at a traditional Longhouse for an opportunity to experience the culture and traditions of the Rungus people. Explore the renowned Danum Valley Conservation Area and its extraordinary diversity of wildlife, one of the best remaining examples of what Borneo's forests used to be. Cruise up remote rivers in search of proboscis monkeys, macaques, and other exotic wildlife.
Stay in comfortable eco-lodges and luxury hotels, featuring en-suite bathrooms, hot showers, and fabulous food. If you're curious about this trip, we would be happy to answer any questions you might have. Almost mythological as a place, Borneo's real-life rainforests team with wildlife and plant life, plus thousands of plant and animal species yet to be identified!
Our flight arrives in Hong Kong this morning, where we will connect with our flight to Kota Kinabalu, the capital of Sabah. Although trade settlements were established, mass Chinese migration to Sabah only started in the 1880s after the formation of the British North Borneo Chartered Company. We check into our magnificent resort and have the rest of the day to relax and acclimate in this private paradise cradled between forested hills and a long sweep of pristine beaches washed by the South China Sea. An early morning drive north of Kota Kinabalu takes us to the Kiulu River, past quaint villages, scenic countryside and the rural town of Tamparuli. In mid-afternoon, we'll have an opportunity to go to the resort’s Nature Reserve for a scheduled viewing of the orangutans. The Rehabilitation Program for orangutans is the only one of its kind on the west coast of Sabah (we'll also see the Sepilok rehabilitation center in Sandakan on the east coast, which is the main orangutan rehabilitation center in Malaysia). The Reserve is also home to a wide spectrum of Sabah wildlife such as two species of deer, long-tailed macaques, pheasants, civets, bear cat, masked musang, monitor lizard, water hens, porcupines, slow lorises, pangolins, pitcher plants, fruit bats, and 63 species of birds.
We’ll get an early start this morning for our 99-mile drive to the north of Kota Kinabalu, the northernmost tip of Borneo in the Kudat district, known locally as Simpang Mengayau. Overlooking the South China Sea and the Sulu Sea, the Longhouse is known for pristine beaches, indigenous longhouses, secluded diving, and intricate handicrafts made by the Rungus, the ethnic people who live on the Kudat Peninsula. Our accommodation, the Four Points by Sheraton Sandakan, is right on a scenic waterfront pedestrian promenade overlooking the Sulu Sea. At Sepilok, the orangutans undergo a three-step process to learn to integrate socially and independently with the wild population of the forest. The wildlife staff continues to supply the orangutans with fruits and milk until they are seven years old, but this food is only a dietary supplement.
Following lunch at the center headquarters, we'll proceed to the playground area of the young orangutans. Next, we’ll relax by the river before embarking on a boat excursion along the Kinabatangan, Sabah's longest river. Nestled along the banks of Kinabatangan River, lies Borneo Nature Lodge, an eco-friendly resort. After an early breakfast, we’ll travel to Ox Bow Lake to observe wildlife and experience the early morning ambiance of Sabah’s longest river.
Later this morning, we'll enjoy a special treat: sharing tea with residents in one of the village houses. Today we return by boat to Sandakan and drive to Borneo Rainforest Lodge, located in Sabah's largest protected lowland forest, the Danum Valley Conservation Area.
Although very difficult to spot, the conservation area nonetheless shelters more than 270 species of birds and 109 species of mammals, including Asian elephant, orangutan, five species of deer, and Bornean rarities such as Sumatran rhinoceros, clouded leopard, and the impressive Bulwer's pheasant.
At the Borneo Rainforest Lodge, all the bungalows are made of Borneo’s famous hardwood, and each has a balcony and en suite facilities. Today we’ll trek along the “coffin trail” to an ancient Kadazandusun burial site at Coffin Cliff. This evening, weather permitting, we'll enjoy a night walk around the lodge in search of nocturnal animals.
Today we fly from Lahad Datu and return to Kota Kinabalu, where we connect with our flight to Kuala Lumpur, where we’ll spend our next two nights at the Traders Hotel in Kuala Lumpur.

Located in the very heart of the Kuala Lumpur City Center, the Traders Hotel is situated opposite the famous Petronas Twin Towers, the ultimate business, convention, shopping, and entertainment hub in Kuala Lumpur.
The best way to explore this city’s most interesting sightseeing attractions is on a half-day orientation tour. The city tour includes a photo stop at the magnificent Petronas Twin Towers, and visits to the National Mosque and the King’s Palace, the symbol of Malaysian sovereignty. Returning to our hotel around noon, we have the afternoon free for shopping at the Suria Kuala Lumpur City Center or other activities. Tonight's farewell dinner is at Werner’s Restaurant, a classic Italian eatery with a modern twist.
Airfare Price Per Person (Economy Class):  $2,400 per person, includes international airfare from Los Angeles to Kota Kinabalu, from Kuala Lumpur to Los Angeles, plus all internal domestic airfare in Malaysia throughout the trip.
If purchasing your own international air from Los Angeles to Kota Kinabalu and from Kuala Lumpur to Los Angeles, add an additional $700 per person for flights within Malaysia.
When you register for this trip, an Airline Reservation Form is enclosed in your registration packet.
Frequent Flyer Mileage: At time of publication, Malaysia Airways is a partner with Alitalia, Austrian, Cathay Pacific, Dragonair, Garuda Indonesia, KLM, Korean Air, Phillipine Air, Qatar Airways, Singapore Airlines, South African Airways, Swiss Air, Thai Airways, and a few more non-descript ones.
Part of what AdventureWomen hopes to foster is the taking of more self-responsibility for our own lives, health, and safety. Please consult your personal physician, local health department, travel clinic, or immunization center about any vaccinations you may need to update, or others that may be personally recommended for you based on your age, health, and past vaccination history. You MUST have your own health insurance, and have no physical problems or conditions that would be adversely affected by riding in 4 X 4 vehicles on rough, bumpy roads or walking  3-4 miles per day (on level ground.) You must be in very good physical condition to participate in this trip. Major credit cards are accepted in almost all department stores, supermarkets, gas stations and restaurants. Outlets in Malaysia generally accept 1 type of plug: Two parallel flat pins with ground pin. Fully-guided sightseeing in national parks, wildlife reserves and points of interest as indicated; different guides will be assigned for each destination.
All visits and entry fees associated with sanctuaries and nature reserves, projects, and conservation areas. Round-trip air transportation from Los Angeles to Kota Kinabalu returning from Kuala Lumpur, including fuel surcharges and airline taxes. Please Note:  The  itinerary  sequence is correct at the time of publication, but is subject to change without notice. In your carry-on bag you should include all valuables and essentials: medications, passports and all important documents, cameras and film, a day's change of clothing, lightweight sleepwear, and toiletries. Consult with physician for physical examination, immunization, and prescription medicine recommendations. Shirts: Long-sleeve, synthetic or cotton shirts because they are featherweight, durable, wrinkle-resistant, and dry quickly. Pants: Full-length pants, preferably of quick-drying synthetic fabric with many zippered pockets.
1 set of nice, casual city clothes that are dressier for evening restaurants or social activities.
Insect repellent with the percentage of DEET recommended by your travel medicine physician. Since photography is such a large part of this trip, we suggest you bring the following: * Digital camera, LOTS of extra memory cards and batteries, battery charger, and adapter. Adequate quantity of sweat-resistant sun screen with at least an SPF 15 rating or higher, and lip balm with sunscreen. Make photocopies of your airline tickets and the first two pages of your passport, plus your visas (if they are stamped inside your passport) and put them in different locations (suitcase, carry-on bag, etc.). Your valuables should be insured for the duration of the trip, but better yet, leave them at home (don't wear expensive gold and diamond jewelry). Check with airline to reconfirm reservations and departure time (most airlines want to hear directly from the client for confirmations). Travel compression socks:  Reduce ankle and leg swelling and reduce the risk of deep vein thrombosis.
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We stayed in a traditional longhouse for the night, an experience few visitors get to have. The ethnic people who live on the Kudat Peninsula are the only villagers in Sabah, Borneo, who still live in traditional longhouse dwellings. A spectacular hike through primary rainforest on the trails at Borneo Rainforest Lodge, Danum Valley. A beautiful city, it was a gentle way to transition from the natural beauty of Borneo's rainforests, rivers, local cultures, and wildlife, back to our own busy hometown lives. Our adventure will take us through Malaysia Borneo, which is comprised of two bodies of land, the Malaysia Peninsula, home to the capital, Kuala Lumpur, and the island of Borneo, home to the Malaysian states of Sabah and Sarawak. So far, the center has rehabilitated about 80 orangutans to forest life and now encompasses 15 square miles. A nature lover’s paradise, it is possible to spot wild cats, orangutans, macaques, gibbons, red leaf monkeys, pygmy elephants, and — if you are very lucky — the rare clouded leopard. This city's bustling streets, gleaming office towers, and cosmopolitan culture symbolize Malaysia's brave determination to leap into the future. Many are now endangered, and opportunities to experience the incredible beauty and amazing diversity of Borneo (especially the chance to see its wild orangutans) may not be available for long.
The original town was razed during the Second World War and a new, carefully planned town was built in its place. After a short briefing, conducted on the Kiulu River bank, we shove off for our rafting adventure, an easy float with class II to III rapids. The Nature Reserve, offering a first-hand glimpse into the Borneo jungle, is the Resort’s commitment and contribution toward responsible and sustainable environmental tourism. The center includes a dedicated forest garden, viewing and feeding platforms, an observation tower, a veterinary clinic, nursery and animal food preparation kitchen, meeting hall for daily briefings, audio-visual presentations, and a reference library. This is the only place in Sabah where villagers still live in these traditional longhouse dwellings. After lunch at a local restaurant, we head back to the airport for our short flight to Sandakan, which was the capital of British North Borneo (now Sabah) until 1947.Kota Kinabalu is now the capital.
Each of the 300 comfortable guest rooms and suites has amenities such as en suite facilities, television, telephone, and hair-dryers. An endangered species, the orangutan is found only in Borneo and northern Sumatra, and is the only representative of the great apes outside central Africa. First, the animals are admitted to the Sepilok clinic for two months, to eliminate any exposure of communicable diseases for both orangutans and humans. The primates have already begun to look for their own food, resulting in fewer orangutans returning to Sepilok. After we see where the young orangutans are fed, we'll walk to another area reserved for the feeding of the semi-wild and wild orangutans. Here, we’ll have opportunities to view wildlife and birds in their virgin mangrove and rainforest habitat.
At the end of this exciting day, we'll settle in to air-conditioned bedrooms at the lodge, which comes with attached bathrooms as well as coffee-making facilities. Today we are off for a very special visit to the Kinabatangan Orangutan Conservation Project study site. This is an opportunity to interact with our host and try our hand at playing a local musical instrument.
Comprised of 108,230 acres of pristine virgin rain forest, Borneo's Dipterocarp forest is considered to be the world's tallest and oldest, having existed for over 100 million years.
Although they are elusive, we’ll have good chances to see them under the guidance of the lodge's expert trackers. We have a 40-minute climb to a magnificent lookout point for a bird’s-eye view over the Danum Valley and the Borneo lowland forest.

We'll also visit the Handicraft Center, the Cocoa boutique, (Malaysia's largest chocolate paradise… YUM!), the National Monument, the National Museum, and the Sultan Abdul Samad building. We'll find a lot of familiar Italian dishes on the menu, uniquely redefined by Master Chef Werner Kuhn and his kitchen team.
En route, we'll cross the International Date Line and regain our lost day, arriving in Los Angeles on the same day as we left Malaysia. Our outfitter and air agent works with many airlines that offer the best level of service, routings and value for many of our AdventureWomen programs. If flights are changed and additional nights incurred, you will be advised of additional costs. Please read the Liability Form carefully, sign it, and return it with your final payment by February 12, 2013. However, there are also money changer kiosks available at major shopping complexes and airport. See Travel Insured International on the AdventureWomen Web site (click BOOK NOW on the home page).
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The city is a combination of Malaysia's past and present, its many cultures, and its remarkable natural treasures — a fascinating place to explore. Because due to development, there are no guarantees that future generations will see the incredible beauty and amazing diversity of Borneo, or orangutans, the "man of the forest" in the wild. Beautifully furnished in restful earth colors and natural wood, each guestroom is a compliment to the casually luxurious ambiance at Rasa Ria. The river journey takes 1 to 1? hours, followed by a BBQ lunch before returning to our resort hotel. Encompassing 64 acres within the resort, the Nature Reserve is a conservation effort between the Sabah State Wildlife Department and Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts. In Matunggong, Kudat, we will check in at the Longhouse, our traditional, rustic accommodations for the night.
The hotel also offers facilities such as a spa, an outdoor pool with a pool bar, a lobby lounge, all-day dining restaurant, and a gym.
Orangutans live in forests where they build a new sleeping nest out of twigs and small branches daily. Those who do come, swing in using branches and vines, creating an excellent opportunity to observe the orangutan in its natural habitat. The Lodge runs on solar power (with the exception of air-conditioners) and the rooms have fixed glass features for natural lighting.
Accompanied by nature guides, who are also trained research assistants with vast knowledge on orangutans and conservation work, we will trek through the jungle to look for the red apes.
After a visit in the village and a short jungle walk along the lake, we return to the lodge for lunch. It is also one of world's richest areas for species variation with more than 200 tree species per 1,000 square feet!
In spite of the diversity and large numbers of animals, most are extremely well camouflaged. Afterward, we’ll descend to the Jacuzzi Pool for a refreshing dip, followed by lunch at the lodge. It grew from a small tin mining settlement into a modern and exciting city with a unique character because of its colorful mix of traditions, races, and cultures. After dinner, we can return to the hotel or choose to stay at Werner’s, in its first-floor Club Lounge.
While there may indeed be more direct routings available with another airline, the cost of these flights may not be within the budget that allows the best value possible. Present your frequent flyer card for all flight check-ins and keep the boarding passes until you receive a statement with the mileage credit.
It is always best to make sure the money you bring is in NEW bills, not worn or torn bills. Also, a spare, very light duffel bag or day pack rolled or folded into your wheeled suitcase is useful to have to transport souvenir items home.
If you use DEET, try to wipe it off your hands before touching plastic surfaces such as your binoculars or cameras (DEET damages some plastics). Enjoy the beaches, the spa at Dalit Bay, and the resort's 64-acre Nature Reserve and Nature Interpretation Center. The Reserve is aimed primarily at nature conservation and orangutan rehabilitation, with research, study, and education activities carried out as well.
During the daily feeding time, we'll observe the orangutans as they playfully interact with each other and their environment.
This educational program offers unique insights into the involvement of local communities in the conservation effort to protect these wonderful primates. In the afternoon we depart on another river cruise to observe more of the area's flora and fauna.
But we will definitely see an incredible diversity of flora and fauna, including some of the world's largest butterflies and moths.
The city also displays an interesting array of prominent landmarks and historic buildings, as well as the ultra-modern buildings in its the golden triangle area.
If you prefer to purchase your own international air, please feel free to choose the "land only" rate for this program.
You will, of course, need a normal or wide angle lens (somewhere between 24 – 70 mm), to take pictures of people, villages, and general photography during the trip.
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The orangutan can live up to 30 years, and the female can have three to four offspring in her lifetime. The program includes interpretation of orangutan ecology, conservation efforts to protect the species, their floodplain habitat, which includes scientific studies, plus a reforestation initiative designed to increase tree species as food sources for the orangutan. It was designed by naturalists and has magnificent views of the river, forest, and mountains. It's impossible to say which animals we'll see but at some time during our visit, we're sure to happen upon a delicate mouse deer or a snorting group of bearded pigs, to awaken to the haunting call of Bornean gibbons, and to glimpse giant flying squirrels gliding through the canopy. It is fascinating to see how the Oriental and colonial part of the city intertwines with its Moorish, Mogul, and Islamic-styled buildings. Tritan™ copolyester provides excellent impact resistance and is suitable for both warm and cold beverages. Youngsters learn to find their own food, build their own nest and move around by the time they are six or seven years old.
Although there are orangutans living in the study site, there’s no guarantee we’ll see them because they are wild and roam around freely. And to reiterate, if purchasing your own round trip international airfare, you will need to add an additional $700 per person for internal flights within Malaysia.
The purpose of the Sepilok Orangutan Rehabilitation Center is to return orphaned and captive orangutans to the wild. Other protected animals brought to Sepilok include Malay sun bears, baby elephants, wild cats, and even crocodiles.

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