Borneo Holidays

Borneo is an exotic destination where you can explore Sabah and Sarawak, climb mountains, see rare and endangered wildlife, explore National Parks, relax on spectacular beaches or go island hopping. Borneo is a true paradise and we have some specical authentic holidays and adventures where you can experience the natural beauty of the island, visit spectacular beaches, explore lush rainforests and see exotic wildlife. This will be the most incredible experience of your life.


Holidays to Borneo in 2017 & 2018

Search our authentic, eco, adventure & wildlife holidays in Borneo.

Borneo Holidays

Borneo Travel Guide

  • Population: 5 million (approx)
  • Capital: Kuching & Kota Kinabalu
  • Currency: Ringgit
  • Language: Malaysian



Weather & Best Time to Visit

Borneo is a warm destination all year round and there really isn't a best time to visit. Most months Borneo averages a temperature of around 30 degrees. Sometimes the weather can be unpredictable, this is a tropic island, the most rain usually falls around December and January but this shouldn't put you off visiting during this period. We wouldn't recommend booking a holiday to Borneo based on the weather, any time you are planning on visiting will most likely be warm. The main tourist season is generally from May through to September and book accommodation and excursions in advance to avoid places being full.



Borneo Holiday Highlights

Our holidays in Borneo are unique and far more rewarding than most. From larges cities to remote wilderness areas experience the thrills of Borneo, if you would like to learn more about the island and experience nature, wildlife, adventure, culture, tasty food and drink, white sandy beaches, dense jungle and thrilling activities then our authentic holidays will appeal to you. Sarawak is a recommended place to visit which has large mountains, a dense jungle and a lot of activities.

Comprising the northwestern corner of Borneo, Sarawak is a delightful mixture of high mountains, intricate cave systems and unexplored jungle. There are various trekking and small group walking holidays available to join where you will learn about the local ecosystem and wildlife from an experienced guide - this will make your holiday unforgettable. Sabah is also a popular destination for people seeking beaches, jungle and wildlife. Other to places you might want to visit include the Gunung Mulu National Park, Batang Ai National Park. Kuching, Lankayan Island, Sandakan, Selingan Island, Sipadan Island and the Danum Valley.






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