Delve deep into nature
Borneo’s rainforest is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the oldest and most diverse ecosystems in the world. Visitors can explore on foot, by boat or take a canopy walk and see the unique flora and fauna of the island.
Home to the largest population of orangutans in the world, visitors can observe these magnificent creatures in their natural habitat at several rehabilitation centres.
Borneo has numerous islands that offer opportunities for diving, snorkelling, and beach activities. Some popular destinations include Sipadan Island, Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park, and Derawan Island.
The country is also known for its numerous caves, including the Mulu Caves in Sarawak, Malaysia, which are some of the largest and most impressive caves in the world.
Your Solo Travel Experience in Borneo
If you’d like to share the incredible sights of this beautiful country with other like-minded travellers and be led by an experienced Tour Leader, travelling to Borneo with Solos is the one. Everything, from the itinerary, to the restaurant bookings, to the flights, hotel and transfers is taken care of.