Canopy walkway in Borneo

Our favorite routes in Borneo to inspire your trip - or contact us to start from scratch

Borneo is indisputably all about wildlife and the great outdoors, but that doesn’t mean we all want to experience it the same way.

Some of us want to get as far away from civilization as humanly possible, sleeping in tribal longhouses on multi-day treks into the jungle. Others want to enjoy the magnificence of the rainforest from the comfort of a luxurious riverside lodge. We've covered the whole spectrum on our visits to Borneo, and we used our own journeys there to build these sample itineraries.

If you have different ideas, that’s perfect. These are just a few examples of what we can do – the rest depends on you. If you have mobility issues, tell us and we’ll plan an accessible trip. If you’re wild about wildlife beneath the waves, we’ll make your itinerary diving-focused. It’s all about making your ideas happen.

Sunlight through the trees

Sabah Sojourn

From $5,377 per person

Indulge your inner Attenborough and experience the world’s oldest rainforest in Sabah, Malaysia’s wildest state.

Batang Ai lake

Borneo Uncovered

From $3,850 per person

Wild, remote, and truly off the beaten track – this one’s for the real explorers among you.

Proboscis monkey from tree to tree in Borneo

Borneo Family Adventure

From $2,859 per person

Orangutan encounters, whitewater rafting and jungle exploration: Borneo is the perfect setting for a family adventure.

Sunset over Borneo

Borneo to be Wild

From $3,703 per person

One for the walkers, this itinerary is all about discovering Malaysian Borneo’s magnificent scenery on your own two feet.

Proboscis monkey in Borneo

Best of Borneo

From $3,668 per person

Covering both Sabah and Sarawak and balancing wildlife with culture, this itinerary proves Borneo is about much more than orangutans.

Explore more of Borneo

Our favorite places in Borneo

Slap-bang in the middle of maritime Southeast Asia, Borneo is the world’s third-biggest island, surpassed only by Greenland and New Guinea. Divided unevenly between three countries, nearly three-quarters of the south is Indonesian, a tiny sliver (about 1%) belongs to Brunei, and what remains is part of Malaysia – namely, the two northern states of Sabah and Sarawak.

Here's our guide to the best known, plus some lesser known favorites.

Canopy at Rainforest Discovery Centre in Sepilok
The InsideAsia team in Bristol

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