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Its a very nice resort and the serve excellent food. The bungalows are located with hill or river view.
The tour guides know the local wildlife very well. If you would do some hiking ask gor the Elefant Trail, a 2h walk trough the jungle...More
we stayed in chalets that are up from river that can involve over 60 steps! Next time id stay by river right in the resort . Accomodation very good and excellent guides. We found it very hard to know if this was the best reserve...More
I stayed in 3 wildlife resorts during my trip to Borneo and this was my favourite.
Set in the middle of the jungle it really is a special and beautiful place. The 20 cabins are either hill and river side and each are equally as...More
We stayed here two nights between kinabatangang and Borneo rainforest lodge.
We had a great guide called Rachael who was very well informed and passionate about her job.
We stayed in a hill lodge. It was pretty basic but it all worked. We had our...More
The resort is lovely with good comfortable rooms. Ours was overlooking the river. All the staff at the resort were helpful and friendly and the guides are just brilliant with genuine enthusiasm for their local wildlife. I wish we could have stayed longer to see...More
US$502 - US$529 (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.
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"Hill Lodges have 70 plus stairs to climb. River lodges do not."