• MANUKAN ISLAND

    Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park

  • SEPILOK ORANG UTAN SANCTUARY

    Sandakan

  • MARI MARI CULTURAL VILLAGE

    Kota Kinabalu

  • PADAS WHITE WATER RAFTING

    Beaufort

  • KLIAS RIVER CRUISE

    Beaufort

  • KINABALU NATIONAL PARK

    Kundasang, RANAU

Thursday, 20 September 2012 15:56

4D/3N Borneo Rainforest Lodge

The award-winning Borneo Rainforest Lodge is nestled in a magnificent setting alongside the Danum River flowing through Sabah's largest protected Lowland Rainforest - Danum Valley Conservation Area - 43,800 Hectares of pristine and undisturbed tropical flora and fauna in the eastern part of Sabah! This pristine Rainforest is also home to more than 340 species Birds, 124 species of Mammals, 72 species of Reptiles, 56 species of Amphibians and a staggering 200 species of plants per hectare.


ITINERARY

Day 1 

Pick up at Lahad Datu Airport. Overland journey 2 hours 30 mins drive to the Danum Valley Conservation Area. Enjoy the changing landscapes of the regenerating forests to virgin rainforests of a million years old! Check-in to the Borneo Rainforest Lodge and prepare yourself for an introduction trek on the Nature Trail & Canopy Walkway.
Guided Safari Night Drive after dinner.

Day 2 

Wake up to the calls of the Bornean Gibbons and start your day with a trek to the View Point, Kadazandusun burial site – Coffin Cliff. Take a short break by the Natural Jacuzzi pool for a refreshing dip before lunch at the Lodge.

Afternoon optional activities: A Guided Jungle Trekking or if weather permits, Water Tubing session down the Danum River or guest’s own leisure.

Guided Night Walk on the Nature Trail after dinner.

Day 3
Trek to Fairy Falls & Serpent Falls. Return to the Lodge for lunch. Afternoon optional activities: Guided Trekking along Segama River or guest’s own leisure.

Day 4
Optional: An early morning walk and return to the Lodge for lunch before checking-out for transfer to Lahad Datu Airport for onward flights.

END OF TOUR


What does it include?
Return Transfer To Hotel, Full Board Package, Permits & Guides

What does it exclude?
Insurance, Flights and other items not stated

Getting Here
The nearest town to Danum Valley Conservation Area is Lahad Datu in the south eastern coast of Sabah, which is accessible overland from Sandakan, Tawau and Kota Kinabalu. The 97 km drive from Lahad Datu to Borneo Rainforest Lodge, takes about two hours. The first 15 km is on a sealed road along the main Lahad Datu - Tawau Highway. At Silam turn off and travel on a gravel road of approximately 82km over two hours to BRL.

Daily air access from Kota Kinabalu is via MASWing. Please check with Malaysia Airlines (MAS)

Published in MULTI DAY TOUR
Thursday, 20 September 2012 15:42

4D/3N Tabin Birdwatching

Tabin is a bird-watcher's paradise as the forest of Tabin attracts an amazingly rich diversity of birds, including rare and endemic species, due to the abundance of food plants here. The relatively low canopy with sufficient natural lights makes birding and photography a delightful experience.
 
About 42 indigenous families representing more than 260 species have been recorded at the reserve including all the 8 of Sabah’s Hornbill species; Black Hornbill, Rhinoceros Hornbill, Wreathed Hornbill, Pied Hornbill, White-crowned Hornbill, Wrinkled Hornbill, Bushy-crested Hornbill and Helmeted Hornbill.  Other sought-after species, such as the Blue-headed Pitta, Black-and-crimson Pitta,  Malaysian Blue Flycatcher, Temminck’s Sunbird, Purple-throated Sunbird, Everett's White-eye, Yellow-rumped Flowerpecker, and rarely seen species such as Storm’s Stork, Jambu Fruit Dove, Large Green Pigeon, White-fronted Falconet, Great-billed Heron and Giant Pitta have been sighted in Tabin.


ITINERARY

Day 1 

Drive from Lahad Datu to Tabin Wildlife Reserve on gravel road for about one hour.  Check into a charming timber lodge at Tabin Wildlife Resort, nestled within the rainforest. The lodge comes complete with private veranda and hot water shower, a most welcome luxury in the forest.  Explore the vicinity of the resort and be pleasantly surprised by the abundance of bird life.  The open-sided Sunbird Café is surrounded by greenery and flowering plants which attract a number of brightly coloured birds.   As you sip your coffee, your eyes will be kept busy following active species such as the Black-backed Kingfisher, Yellow-rumped Flowerpecker, Red-throated Sunbird, Malaysian Blue Flycatcher and the Black and Yellow Broadbills. Be entertained by the melodious calls of Black Magpie nearby. A bird hide facing the flowing Lipad river provides a wonderful site for viewing birds.  Huge boulders in the river are a favourite perch for the Oriental Darter, Stork-billed Kingfisher and Lesser Fish Eagle, especially after rain. A happy family of otters have been seen up and down this part of the  river, to the delight of guests. Take a stroll along the road nearby the resort.  White-bellied Munia can be commonly found in the bushes, and a family of large black and chestnut Lesser Coucal sometimes make an appearance here.  The rare Storm’s Storks have made Tabin their home and can sometimes be seen.  You will most likely be able to spot one or more of Borneo’s eight species of hornbill such as the Black, White-crowned, Rhinoceros, Wreathed, Oriental Pied and Wrinkled Hornbill   either flying in groups across the sky, or in pairs perching on bare branches.  Let the guide share with you the tales about the origins of the Helmeted Hornbill’s calls.  After dinner, enjoy a slide presentation on Tabin’s natural wonders, followed by a trip to look out for nocturnal wildlife and birds.  The Brown Wood-owl and Savanna Nightjar are some of the species that you may sight along the reserve road.  The Leopard Cat,  Civet cats,  the nomadic Bearded Pig, the Red Giant Flying Squirrel and perhaps even to the Clouded Leopard and Slow Loris might be sighted.

Day 2 

After a simple early breakfast depart for the active Lipad mud volcano with packed lunch. The soccer field-sized Lipad mud volcano serves as a mineral salt lick for wildlife and birds.  The endemic Black and Crimson Pitta has been sighted along the trail leading to the mud volcano.  After jungle- trekking for 20 minutes, arrive at the elevated bare area of the mud volcano where you can try to identify the multitude of animal footprints. The adventurous can try the effects of the volcanic mud, said to be responsible for a fine complexion. Climb the observation tower and admire the contrasting landscape of the bare area and its surrounding thick forest.  Finsch's Bulbul,  endemic Bornean and Black-throated Wren-babblers,  White-crowned Forktail, Dark-throated Oriole, Malaysian Blue Fly-catcher are some of the species that can be seen around the area.  A nearby fig-tree is a busy feasting place for hornbills and other birds and primates during the fruiting season.  Across from the observation tower, bare branches of towering trees are favourite perching place for Green Imperial Pigeons and Jambu Fruit Dove with its wonderful coloured chest.

After dinner, go for a night walk to discover more nocturnal bird species.

Day 3
After an early breakfast, you will depart for birding along the road leading to the Core Area of Tabin Wildlife Reserve.  The fully regenerated secondary forest with its relatively lower canopy and good natural light provides a delightful birding experience.  You will be entertained by wild bird songs and the calls of Borneon Gibbons.  On some bare tree trunks,  busy Dollar birds can be found. The Rufous Woodpecker,  Bronzed Drongo, Blue-crowned Hanging Parrot, Speckled Piculet, Chestnut-capped Thrush, White-fronted Falconet, Long-tailed Parakeet, Temminck’s Sunbird, Purple-throated Sunbird and are some of the other species that can be seen .  The abundance of wild ginger plant attracts a variety of colourful birds, including  the Thick Bellied Flower pecker. Picnic lunch will be set up overlooking the river or the valley, a truly enjoyable experience. If time permits, you will trek along the Tomanggong Road where the Giant Pitta has been sighted.    The White-fronted Falconet, Long-tailed Parakeet and Orange-backed Woodpecker as well as other good birds, the Little Spiderhunters, Yellow-rumped Flowerpeckers may also be sighted.  You will most likely be able to observe Long-tailed Macaque and Orangutans along this road. 

Day 4
After breakfast, either relax in Sunbird Café while enjoying more birds in the surrounding garden, or venture to the riverside bird hide to discover further species.   Early lunch and then depart Tabin.

END OF TOUR


What to wear/bring?
Binoculars, spottingscope (if available), insect repellent, long sleeve shirts & long pants, raincoat, sun hat, swim wear, comfortable trekking shoes (good for mud terrain), torch light, water bottle & personal toiletries. Leech socks are available for sale at the resort’s shop.

What does it include?
Scheduled return transfer Lahad Datu/Tabin/Lahad Datu, meals as stated, guided tours and activities, accommodation, entry permit.

What does it exclude?
Flights, insurance

Best time to visit
Tabin can be visited all year round.

Published in MULTI DAY TOUR
Thursday, 20 September 2012 15:23

3D/2N Tabin Wildlife & Nature

Tabin has been declared a Wildlife Reserve primarily on account of the large number of animals inhabiting its forests, some of which are highly endangered. The three largest mammals of Sabah, namely Borneo Pygmy Elephant, Sumatran Rhinoceros and Tembadau are all found within the reserve; nine species of primate are present, as well as three species of cats all of which are on the protected wildlife list.  Of bird species, 42 families representing 220 species have been recorded.  One of the highlights of Tabin being the active and mineral-rich mud volcanoes,  attracting frequent visits by wildlife for their mineral intake and present an ideal platform for wildlife observation and bird-watching.


ITINERARY

Day 1 

Transfer from Lahad Datu to Tabin Wildlife Reserve. Upon arrival, check in and rest. In the afternoon, trek through the jungle to the elevated bare area of the Lipad mud volcano where elephants, deers, wild boars and birds frequent upon. Animals footprints can be identified here. After dinner, do not miss out on the night safari in search of nocturnal wildlife and birds.

Day 2 

After breakfast, explore part of the route leading to Tabin's core area. Spot the variety of birds and wildlife within this undisturbed primary lowland dipterocarp rainforest. Lipad waterfall ahead where you can relax and enjoy your packed lunch. Return to base. After dinner, enjoy another night safari on a different route.

Day 3
After breakfast, relax in the nearby rock pool or river; or simply enjoy nature at its best. After lunch, check out and depart for Lahad Datu.

END OF TOUR


IncludesScheduled return transfer between Lahad Datu/Tabin/Lahad Datu, meals as stated, guided tours and activities, accommodation and entry permit

Exclude: Domestic airfare and items not stated

Things to bring: Insect repellant, leech socks, long sleeve shirts and long pants, raincoat, sun hat, swim wear, comfortable trekking shoes (two pairs needed), torch light, water bottle, bath towel and personal toiletries

Other NotesEco Paradise Tours & Travel reserves the right to change or cancel tour should condition beyond our control render it necessary

Recommended Flights:

BKI-Lahad Datu (F50) D72102 0715hrs / 0810hrs 
Lahad Datu-BKI (F50) D72111 1610hrs / 1705hrs

Published in MULTI DAY TOUR
Thursday, 20 September 2012 15:21

2D/1N Kinabalu Mountain Climb

After very early morning breakfast a 2 hour drive takes you through the countryside and up to Kinabalu Park: Malaysia's UNESCO World Heritage site. The climb to the top of Mount Kinabalu, the highest peak in Southeast Asia, starts from the Kinabalu Park Headquarters. Mount Kinabalu is essentially a huge granite dome that was pushed up from the earth's crust as molten rock millions of years ago, and the result is a quite spectacular jagged, rocky peak which rises high above Borneo.

The park authorities only allow a maximum of 120 climbers per day and spaces are allotted based on available bed space.

The climb proceeds in 2 stages. The first stage is a 3 to 6 hour hike up to Laban Rata where you will be able to have a meal, and rest in basic but comfortable accommodations.

The second stage is the final ascent from Laban Rata, which usually starts at 2.30am so that you can reach the summit in 2 to 3 hours and just in time for sunrise and enjoy the magnificent atmosphere and views. You will then descend back down to Laban Rata for breakfast before trekking back to Timpohon Gate for your transport back to Kota Kinabalu.


ITINERARY

0700hrs - Pick up from your hotel early in the morning.  Transfer  to Kinabalu Park.  Register for the climb upon arrival at  the Park’s  Reception Office.  Transfer to Timpohon  Gate  and start  your trek up to Mt  Kinabalu (About 5 to 7 hours).  The  summit  trail leads you through  the  montane,  upper montane and sub-alphine meadow forest. Look out for pitcher plants, colorful rhododendrons, wild orchids  and other  interesting  vegetations. Take  your  packed  lunch  provided  along the way amidst cool mountain air. Overnight at Mountain Dormitory (3,200M ASL).  (Packed Lunch, Dinner)

0230hrs. Start final ascent to greet the dawn at the summit (Low’s Peak  4,095M). Enjoy a breathtaking view from the peak.  On a clear day, you could almost see all of Sabah. Breakfast at Laban Rata Resthouse before commencing your descent  to Timpohon Gate. Transfer to Park Reception Office. After lunch at the Park Restaurant, collect your  Certificate of Achievement before returning to Kota Kinabalu.  (Breakfast, Lunch). 

END OF TOUR


IncludesTransportation, Accommodation at mid level, Meals as stated, Entrance Fee,  Climb Permit, Mountain Guide and  Insurance 

Things to bring: Good  trekking  shoes,  Warm  clothing  and  Wind  breaker,  Sun block, Gloves,  Insect  repellant, Items  of  personal  use,  Energy  bars / Sweets, Water bottle, Torch Light, Camera (Optional) 

Other NotesEco Paradise Tours & Travel reserves the right  to change or cancel tour should condition beyond our control render it necessary. 
Please bring along a copy of your passport for climb registration purpose.

Published in MULTI DAY TOUR
Thursday, 20 September 2012 15:03

2D/1N Turtle Island Escapade

 

ITINERARY

Day 1
Sandakan / Turtle Island

Meet on arrival at Sandakan Airport (MH2042 - ETA 0810hrs from Kota Kinabalu). Transfer to jetty for boat ride to Selingan Turtle Island (approx. 75 minutes journey). Upon arrival, register at Turtle Island Park HQ before checking into chalet. After lunch at cafeteria, spend the rest of the day relaxing, swimming or snorkeling at the nearby reef. After dinner, wait for rangers’ signal to observe turtles coming ashore to lay their eggs. Transfer eggs to hatchery. Opportunity to watch the release of baby turtles into the sea if there are young hatchlings. Overnight at Turtle Island

Day 2
Turtle Island / Sandakan / Sepilok

0700hrs Depart Turtle Island for Sandakan. After breakfast, proceed overland to Sepilok Orang Utan Rehabilitation Centre to experience a close encounter with the remarkable “Wildman of Borneo”. Jungle trek for 10 minutes through the primary lowland dipterocarp forest of Borneo to reach the feeding platform. Here, baby Orang Utans are rehabilitated to become wild in their natural habitat. 1000hrs Feeding of Orang Utans by Park rangers. 1100hrs Return to Sandakan. Lunch at local restaurant or hotel. After lunch, drive up hill to the Puh Jih Syh Chinese Buddhist Temple which is situated 300M above sea level and offers a panoramic view of the Sandakan Bay. After visit, transfer to airport for your flight back to Kota Kinabalu. (MH2709 - ETD1415hrs).

END OF TOUR


IncludesLand Transfers, Meals as stated, Accommodation, Entrance Fee & Guide 

Exclude: Domestic airfare and items not stated

Things to bring: Good Walking Shoes, Rain Coat, Hat, Sun Block, Insect Repellant, Personal Toiletries, Torch Light, Extra Clothings and Binoculars (optional)

Other NotesPick up time from outskirt hotels will be 1.30 p.m. 
Eco Paradise Tours & Travel reserves the right to change or cancel tour should condition  beyond  our control render it necessary.

Published in MULTI DAY TOUR
Thursday, 20 September 2012 14:40

2D/1N Sandakan Wildlife Safari

Experience the best of Borneo's unique wildlife on this captivating three day, two night tour. Travel to Sepilok Orang Utan Rehabilitation Centre to witness Orang Utan feeding. Journey onward along the Kinabatangan River to the multi international award winning Sukau Rainforest Lodge. 

Built in traditional Malaysian architectural style, this unique lodge features 20 rooms, a lounge, gift shop, education centre, Hornbill Boardwalk with elephant passes, three wildlife viewing decks, an enclosed garden, the riverside Melapi restaurant, an open sun-deck and jetty. Sukau Rainforest Lodge also features numerous environment conservation measures. 

During your stay at Sukau, you will be taken on three river cruises and one walk through the jungle, upon which you will have the opportunity to see abundant primate, bird and other wildlife species. A night cruise to spot nocturnal species is also available. At the end of your journey enjoy a short tour of Sandakan town's highlights.


ITINERARY

Day 1 (Sepilok/Sukau)

Meet on arrival at Sandakan Airport (Via MH2042 from Kota Kinabalu ETA 0810hrs) and proceed to Sepilok Orang Utan Rehabilitaion Centre to experience a close encounter with the remarkable “Wild Man of Borneo”. Here tamed Orang Utans are rehabilitated to become wild in their natural habitat. 1000hrs. feeding of Orang Utans. Lunch at the Centre’s cafeteria before continuing journey pass the countryside; meandering through oil palm plantations and rainforest to reach riverine Sukau.

Day 2 (Gomantong Cave/City Tour) 

A leisure morning followed by breakfast. The Gomantong Caves on the way back to Sandakan is the next stop where you get to explore the largest and one of the most fascinating birds’ nest cave in Sabah. This is where the edible birds’ nest, a Chinese delicacy is collected. Lunch at Sandakan; followed by a short nature city tour covering the various historical landmarks including local fishing village built on stilts over the water and the popular Puh Jih Syh Chinese Temple. Transfer to the airport for your flight back to Kota Kinabalu (MH2047 ETD1640hrs).

END OF TOUR


IncludesLand Transfers, Meals as stated, Accommodation, Entrance Fee & Guide 

Exclude: Domestic airfare and items not stated

Things to bring: Good Walking Shoes, Rain Coat, Hat, Sun Block, Insect Repellant, Personal Toiletries, Torch Light, Extra Clothings and Binoculars (optional)

Other NotesPick up time from outskirt hotels will be 1.30 p.m. 
Eco Paradise Tours & Travel reserves the right to change or cancel tour should condition  beyond  our control render it necessary.

Published in MULTI DAY TOUR
Thursday, 20 September 2012 08:20

Sepilok Orang Utan Sanctuary

The Sepilok Orang Utan Rehabilitation Centre was set up in 1964 to rehabilitate orphaned baby orang utan. Set in the lush 4,300-hectare Kabili-Sepilok Forest Reserve, the Centre under the administration of the Wildlife Department of Sabah attracts tourists and researchers alike, giving them the opportunity to watch the orang utan up close in their natural habitat. A boardwalk leads you to a viewing gallery and feeding platform where the apes are fed milk and bananas twice a day at 10.00am and 3.00pm by rangers. Feeding time also attracts long-tailed macaques to the area.


ITINERARY

0800hrs, pick up upon arrival at the Sandakan Airport(preferably on MH2042 ETA0810hrs). Drive for approximately 30 minutes to Sepilok Orang Utan Rehabilitation Centre. Proceed to the free roaming area feeding platform. 1000 hrs feeding of Orang Utans. At this center, observe man’s closest relative “the Orang Utan” being rehabilitated to become wild in their natural habitat and experience a walk in the Tropical Lowland Dipterocarp Forest of Borneo. 1100-1115 hrs depart Sepilok and transfer to jetty in Sandakan.

1145-1200 hrs take an hour boat cruise up to the Lower Kinabatangan River Sanctuary.This is a wonderful journey of discovery which starts from the waters of Sulu Sea of Sandakan Town through a magnificent scenery of the Mangrove Forest, where you will take your lunch at Abai Jungle Restaurant. After lunch, cruising down river in search of primates especially theEndemic Proboscis Monkeys, birds and other wildlife. Return to Sandakan and transfer to Hotel. (Lunch)

END OF TOUR


Includes: Return Air-Conditioned Transportation, Sepilok Conservation Fee, Sepilok Camera Fee, English Speaking Guide, Lunch

Excludes: Beverages, Travel Insurance, Domestic Airfare

Minimum: 2 persons

Published in DAY TOUR
Thursday, 20 September 2012 08:02

Manukan & Mamutik Island Tour

Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park (TARP) consists of a cluster of islands comprising Pulau Gaya, Pulau Sapi, Pulau Manukan, Pulau Mamutik and Pulau Sulug. The five islands of the Marine Park are characterized by shallow waters, sumptuous coral gardens and all boast splendid white sandy beaches. The islands of Sapi, Manukan and Mamutik lure in tempt tourist from all over the continents, thanks to its colorful coral reefs and diverse marine life and with the most complete facilities compare to other islands around. At the north eastern tip of Pulau Mamutik you can find the rare white distichopora lace coral. If you want to stay overnight, you can get permission from Sabah Park Office in KK to camp there. 

Immerse yourself in the crystal clear waters or basks in the sun with a book in your hand while enjoying the island life!


ITINERARY

  • Pick upp from your hotel and transfer to jetty to take a boat ride to Manukan Island a peaceful and tranquil island with sandy beaches.
  • You may snorkel, swim or relax on the beach or take a walk around the island.
  • Beach mat and snorkeling gears are included.
  • Thereafter, transfer to Mamutik Island for a BBQ lunch.
  • Relax and look for colorful fishes at the jetty.
  • Return to the mainland and transfer to you hotel by 1600hrs.

END OF TOUR


Includes: Transport, Boat ride, BBQ Lunch, Park Fee, BBQ Fee, Use of Mask & Snorkel

Excludes: Water sport Activities, Beverages, other items not mentioned

Things you should bring: Extra clothes, Towel, Sun Block, Extra Cash for optional Water Sports.

Published in DAY TOUR
Thursday, 20 September 2012 07:51

Kota Kinabalu City Tour

The Kota Kinabalu City Tour takes you on a journey to explore KK; start out the day with a pleasant and scenic morning drive. Next head on out to some of the city most interesting landmarks including the University Malaysia Sabah, the Sabah Museum, The Sabah State and city Mosque - one of the most prominent architectural buildings in Sabah - as well as the 30-stories Wisma Tun Mustapha - otherwise known as Sabah Foundation Building. The tour wraps up with a brief stop at Signal Hill, a natural hilltop observatory, to take in the stunning views of the city's landscape below -  from here you can get a dramatic view of the ocean and nearby islands; on the way back to your hotel, stop at the local handicraft shop for some souvenirs.


ITINERARY

Pick up form the hotel to begin an introductory city tour of Kota Kinabalu, State Capital of Sabah. Proceed to visit one of the major landmarks of Sabah, the Tun Mustapha Building, a formerly known as Sabah Foundation Building - one of the few hanging structures in the world. Enjoy the fabulous coastal scenery along the way. Tour will proceed to the serene and beautiful floating Mosque at Likas and you will have a photo stop. The next visit will be the interesting open air Filipino Market for a variety of local produce and handicrafts. Return to your hotel at the end of the tour. 

END OF TOUR


Things to Bring: Hat / Umbrella, Water

Includes: Transportation, tour guide, Sabah Museum entrance fee

Excludes: Camera/Video fee where applicable, tips and personal expenses, all other items not stated above

Notes: Personal Tour Guide will be provided for 6 pax and abpve

Published in DAY TOUR
Thursday, 20 September 2012 07:35

Mari Mari Cultural Village

Located about 25 minutes from the city, the Mari Mari cultural village showcases 5 of the 32 ethnic groups found in Sabah. In the village, you will be introduced to various traditional homes of Sabahan ethnic communities the Bajau, Lundayeh, Murut, Rungus and Dusun, which are built by descendants of the tribes which they represent. Experience the traditional lifestyle and learn about their cultures and traditions as well as tasting their traditional delicacies. The trip ends with a cultural performance.


ITINERARY

Pick up from hotel and transfer to the village. Visit each tribe’s traditional house and do some in house activities and stopover at demo. huts. You may leisure around for about 30mins, to shop or take photos. Enjoy delectable traditional and fusion cuisines for lunch / high tea / dinner before the end of the tour. Time to bid farewell to the village and trip ends with a cultural performance. Depart back to your hotel. 

END OF TOUR


Includes: 

Return Air-Conditioned Transportation, English Speaking Guide, Village
Conservation Fee, Afternoon tea

Excludes: 

Beverages, Travel Insurance

Minimum:

2 persons

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