What an experience this is…
You and your students will get to visit the world’s oldest tropical rainforest, an epicentre of evolution.
The island is home to some of the worlds most incredible wildlife that is mind-blowing in its variety, strangeness and beauty.
The mountain areas of Sabah and Sarawak provide some of the best trekking in Asia. You’ll get to meet the endangered orangutans, the unique proboscis monkey, the Borneo rhino and even the pygmy elephant in their natural habitat.
This one still takes my breath away and will provide a unique and unforgettable school expedition.
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Visiting the Orangutan sanctuary
Open water diving
Project phase at the rainforest conservation centre
Grade - moderate
Altitude - 0m - 4,095m
Visa - No visa required but minimum 6 months on passport on arrival to Borneo
Capital - No Capital
Official Language - The Malay language (Bahasa Malaysia)
Population - 19.8 million
Climate - A hot, wet climate. Between October and March is the monsoon season, May to September is the dry season.
Religion - Islam and Christianity
Currency - Malaysian Ringgit