Maliau Basin . Sabah's Lost World .

Nature and Wildlife Tours to Sabah's Lost World at Maliau Basin

2D1N MALIAU BASIN THE LOST WORLD

Code Tour: AOSBKI-MLW-001
Itinerary Day 1: Kota Kinabalu city – Keningau – Maliau Basin

  • Leave Kota Kinabalu in the morning and enjoy a scenic drive (5 hours).
  • Stop in the small town Keningau, enroute to Maliau Basin Conservation Area, for some last minute shopping and continue your journey to the Sabah’s Lost World. Part of the road are still gravel, so be prepared for the bumpy ride.
  • Arrive at the Shell Maliau Reception, lunch and proceed along the gravel road for another 1 hour drive to the Maliau Basin Studies Centre – pygmy elephants and wild cattle (banteng) are frequently seen in this area.
  • Upon arrival, freshen up, then visit the Sky Bridge (400m‐long and suspended 22m above forests floor) and trek the Nature Trail for an introduction of the rainforest.
  • Tonight enjoy a night drive in search of nocturnal wildlife; species most often encountered are clouded leopard, mousedeer, western tarsier etc.
  • Overnight at Maliau Basin Studies Centre at the hostel.

Itinerary Day 2: Maliau Basin – Kota Kinabalu city

  • This morning, rise early and proceed to the 4‐storeys Maliau Observation Tower, which offers a spectacular morning views of the rainforest.
  • After breakfast, pack up and head to Agathis Camp nestled in hill mixed dipterocarp forest. Explore the Agathis Trail where enormous Agathis Trees can be found.
  • After lunch, journey back to Kota Kinabalu city.
  • Sabah’s Lost World
  • Untouched pristine rainforest
  • Borneo wildlife life

Kota Kinabalu Tour

Prices start from
Malaysian RM2,321 per pax
Non-Malaysian RM2,573 per pax

Code Tour: AOSBKI-MLW-001

Nick Garbutt climbing to viewing platform, near Nepenthes Field Camp. Centre of Maliau Basin - Sabah's 'Lost World' - Borneo. Photo by Alex Hyde.

Nick Garbutt climbing to viewing platform, near Nepenthes Field Camp. Centre of Maliau Basin – Sabah’s ‘Lost World’ – Borneo. Photo by Alex Hyde.

Wildlife in Maliau Basin_Asian Overland Tours

See natural wonders and Borneo wildlife in Maliau Basin

The beautiful Takob Akob and Giluk Falls in Maliau Basin

The beautiful Takob Akob and Giluk Falls in Maliau Basin

Borneo Rhino in Maliau Basin Sabah

Borneo Rhino in Maliau Basin Sabah

3D2N MALIAU BASIN THE LOST WORLD

Itinerary: 07.00am to 1.30pm
Itinerary Day 1: Kota Kinabalu city – Keningau – Maliau Basin

  • Leave Kota Kinabalu in the morning and enjoy a scenic drive (5 hours).
  • Stop in the small town Keningau, enroute to Maliau Basin Conservation Area, for some last minute shopping and continue your journey to the Sabah’s Lost World. Part of the road are still gravel, so be prepared for the bumpy ride.
  • Arrive at the Shell Maliau Reception, lunch and proceed along the gravel road for another 1 hour drive to the Maliau Basin Studies Centre – pygmy elephants and wild cattle (banteng) are frequently seen in this area.
  • Upon arrival, freshen up, then visit the Sky Bridge (400m‐long and suspended 22m above forests floor) and trek the Nature Trail for an introduction of the rainforest.
  • Tonight enjoy a night drive in search of nocturnal wildlife; species most often encountered are clouded leopard, mousedeer, western tarsier etc.
  • Overnight at Maliau Basin Studies Centre at the hostel.

Itinerary Day 2: Maliau Basin – Agathis Camp – Nepenthes Camp

  • After breakfast, pack up and head to Agathis Camp nestled in hill mixed dipterocarp forest.
  • From Agathis Camp trek through the rainforest for 7 km to reach Nepenthes Camp constructed by the Camel Trophy Expedition in 1993.
  • Upon arrival, visit a 33m high observation platform which provides an opportunity to observe birds at close range and allows breathtaking views of the surrounding forest canopy.
  • Proceed for another 2 hours walk to the beautiful Takob Akob and Giluk Falls. Relax enjoying the surrounding rich vegetation.
  • Return to the Nepenthes Camp for dinner and overnight.

Itinerary Day 3: Agathis Camp – Kota Kinabalu city

  • After breakfast, trek to magical heath forest “Garden of Eden” where you can observe several species of endemic and carnivores plants.
  • Return to Agathis Camp and journey back to Kota Kinabalu city. Lunch en route.

Kota Kinabalu Tour

Prices start from
Malaysian RM3,455 per pax
Non-Malaysian RM4,179 per pax

Code Tour: AOSBKI-MLW-002

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Category: Nature & Wildlife
City/Region: Ex-Kota Kinabalu
Tour Code: AOSBKI-MLW-001
Pricing: Malaysian RM2,321 per pax; Non-Malaysian RM2,573 per pax

Duration: 2D1N
Package: 2D1N MALIAU BASIN THE LOST WORLD
Min Pax: 2 pax on PVT basis

Meals: Basic food provided – breakfast, lunch, dinner.
Includes:
Lodge/Jungle Camp basic accommodation, all internal transport, meals as stated, conservation fees, English speaking guide, Forest Ranger cum Radioman, Personal Accident Insurance that covers emergency Helicopter Evacuation.

Excludes:
Personal expenditure, Meals not specified, anything not specified, Porters (available on request at a surcharge), 6% GST

Things to bring:
Insect repellent, raincoat, water bottle, sun hat, hiking boots, clothing (preferably no bright colours), leech socks, camera, binoculars, toiletries, sun-block, personal medication.

All tours are subject to weather conditions and may be amended without notice to suit the prevailing conditions at time of tour.

Category: Nature & Wildlife
City/Region: Ex-Kota Kinabalu
Tour Code: AOSBKI-MLW-002
Pricing: Malaysian RM3,455 per pax; Non-Malaysian RM4,179 per pax

Duration: 3D2N
Package: 3D2N MALIAU BASIN THE LOST WORLD
Min Pax: 2 pax on PVT basis

Meals: Basic food provided – breakfast, lunch, dinner.
Includes:
Lodge/Jungle Camp basic accommodation, all internal transport, meals as stated, conservation fees, English speaking guide, Forest Ranger cum Radioman, Rental of VHF Radio, Personal Accident Insurance that covers emergency Helicopter Evacuation.

Excludes:
Personal expenditure, Meals not specified, anything not specified, Porters (available on request at a surcharge), 6% GST.

Things to bring:
Insect repellent, raincoat, water bottle, sun hat, hiking boots, clothing (preferably no bright colours), leech socks, camera, binoculars, toiletries, sun-block, personal medication.

All tours are subject to weather conditions and may be amended without notice to suit the prevailing conditions at time of tour.

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