Borneo conjures up images of a wild forest paradise where Orangutans, gibbons and colourful birds roam the Bornean jungle.
“A Borneo photo safari has been high on my list for a long time. Finally, the draw of the orangutans got too much and I booked my trip. The tour had a great mix of driving, hiking and boat trips but the high points were definitely seeing the orangutans in the forests!” – Emma Healey
View Emma's photo portfolio here to find out more about her amazing tour!
Why travel to Borneo?
Endangered & Endemic Wildlife
Memorable photographic moments abound in the jungles of Borneo where some of its most sought-after species include, but are not limited to, the endangered Orangutan, Bornean Pygmy Elephant, bulbous-nosed Proboscis Monkey and a wonderfully large range of colourful rainforest birds.
Some of the World's Oldest Rainforests
Visit some of the most famous wildlife sites in Malaysian Borneo including Sepilok, the Kinabatangan River, Tabin Wildlife Reserve and Danum Valley. The latter is home to some of the oldest and most speciose tropical rainforest in the world - an incredible experience!
Perfect Time of Year
Our tour takes place in the prime time of April and May, when the drier conditions are more conducive to wildlife photography and viewing.
Small Group Tour
Travel to this exotic location with like-minded individuals in a group size of no more than 6 photographers.