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This was our fourth stop in Borneo and a bit disappointing. It is a bit of a step from the the Kintabatagan River and when you get to Lahad Datu there is a further one and a half hour drive to Tabin, mostly over rough...More
This was the third location was stayed at and from an experience perspective it was definitely the best for wildlife. Each morning and evening we went out either for a trek or on the back of a truck. We saw so much wildlife thanks to...More
We stayed in one of the stilted houses on the hill. The room was spacious and clean. We were a little less fond of the bathroom which is a kind of wet room...so when you take a shower, the whole bathroom is wet. Since we...More
Hill Lodge 4 (Two nights)
About 1 ½ hour drive from Lahad Datu.
The lodges are built in a valley with a waterfall at one end. Hill lodges overlook the waterfall and are build on one steep site. Hill Lodge 4 has 70 steps leading...More
Tabin is an important stop on a wildlife tour of Borneo. Book a private guide to meet you and spend two nights. There are many endangered and endemic species guarded by the reserve and with patience, you may see a few. But it's the jungle...don't...More
US$451 - US$530 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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We were there in June, Which is considered in drier season. However, it still rained quite a bit, especially in the afternoon and at night. But the rain is usually hard and short. I heard that the resort did cancel tours... More
We were there in June, Which is considered in drier season. However, it still rained quite a bit, especially in the afternoon and at night. But the rain is usually hard and short. I heard that the resort did cancel tours before when it rained hard. Luckily, all the day tours we did were in good weather. We hit a downpour during one of the night tour and had to came back earlier. It is the rainforest, so it is difficult to expect when it will rain. However if you can go during the drier season, you will expect fewer rainfalls.