This wild Borneo adventure in Malaysia takes you into the last remnants of truly untamed tropical rainforests, a place teeming with some of the richest biodiversity on Earth, and to the Celebes Sea, a veritable underwater playground for snorkeling and diving enthusiasts. Based from well-appointed ecolodges and accompanied by our expert naturalist guides, you fly, drive and cruise into the top wilderness areas of Sabah and are rewarded with unique opportunities to witness the endemic wildlife of Borneo and understand the challenges and efforts in action to preserve their existence. Visit the Sepilok Orangutan Center, scout for pygmy elephants and proboscis monkeys cruising the lower and less populated lower stretches of the Kinabatangan River Sanctuary, and spend several days walking through remote and breathtaking 130-million-year-old primary forests of the Danum Valley Conservation Area. By day and by night, hike and explore forests brimming with ficus, ferns, flowers and fungi while keeping your eyes open for rare and endangered wildlife, including orangutan, the silver leaf monkey, wild elephant, flying frog, giant squirrel, tarsier, resident hornbill and a host of other exotic forest creatures. Consider extending this itinerary to explore the rich underwater biodiversity at a small island ecolodge off the Western Malaysia, where it's possible to arrange SCUBA at the famous and protected Sipadan Island. Throughout your journey enjoy the incredible cuisine that the cultural melange of Malaysia has to offer.