I booked a whole tour through a company and this was the part I was looking forward to the most; being in the wild with nature and hopefully some rare animals! We went on an early morning cruise and an evening one. I took my...More
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This place is a must. Bring a zoom lens for some great wildlife photo opportunities. Stayed at the Last Frontier Resort for 2 nights and did 3 river cruises (2 afternoon 4pm-6pm, and one morning 6am-8am) Wildlife spotted during our stay; wild boar, crocodiles, a...More
We did an early morning and early evening boat trip down the river seeing probiscus, silver leaf and macaque monkeys, as well as 5 types of kingfisher, heron and crocodiles and fireflies. It was like the beginning of a 1970s Tarzan episode, truly amazing and...More
Lots of westerners we have met raved about the river and what it had to offer “it was the highlight of my trip”. For us, it was a lack-luster petting zoo set amongst palm oil plantations and bumper boat rides. It’s nature, my expectations are...More
Saw so much wildlife in their natural habitat, it was wonderful! The guides at Sakau Greenview Bed and Breakfast were excellent at wildlife spotting which made the river even more enjoyable.
After reading many positive reviews on Mr Aji tours, I decided to book a trip with him instead of going for an established resort. There were several reasons for this: Firstly, booking with him meant the locals really benefited from us visiting (taxi driver, restaurant...More
on 20th June our group did a 3 day and 2 night tour with Mr Aji, what a fantastic experience, he meet us at the Sepilok Orang utan centre and drove us to Sakau greenview back packers, once settled in we did our first river...More
My two daughters and I recently booked a two night stay at the Kinabatangan Wetlands Resort. The activities, the food , the accomodation and the hospitality were all wonderful; not a moment was wasted. This well-managed resort is only accessible by boat from Sandakan and...More