Borneo Rainforest Lodge will be temporarily closed for refurbishment from 01 December 2019 - 31 December 2019.
Operations resume on 01 January 2020.
The luxurious Borneo Rainforest Lodge settles within the Danum Valley conservation reserve just alongside the flowing Danum River. Here, guests are welcomed to experience Sabah’s nature scene like never before. Borneo Rainforest Lodge is also complete with a selection of beautiful chalets and villas ranging from its Standard Chalet to Premium Villa, facilities such as restaurant and bar, as well as activities that are sure to keep guests delighted. Some of the tour activities that can be done by guests during their time at Borneo Rainforest Lodge includes night safari drives, nature walks and trekking, night safari walks and others.
Borneo Rainforest Lodge is the ideal getaway destination for nature and outdoor enthusiasts who do not want to compromise comfort and luxury. Since it is located in the heart of the well-kept and pristine Danum Valley rainforest reserve, it also makes for the perfect exotic honeymoon location, or even family holiday away from it all.
Danum Valley Conservation Reserve covers an area of 43,800 hectares of tropical virgin rainforest, inhabited by an astounding biodiversity of various flora and fauna species one can only imagine. Whilst a large part of that is Class 1 forest reserve, there still exists some which are Class 6 Virgin Rainforest.
The reserve is well known to keen explorers for its megafauna including the endangered Orang Utan, gibbons, monkeys, sunda clouded leopard, Borneon pygmy elephants, Bornean sun bears and many other wildlife wonders. Different wildlife can be spotted during the day as well as during night time, so guests are highly encouraged to explore the rainforest during both times to maximise their wildlife experience.
Other than that, Danum Valley is also a birding playground for avid birders who come from near and far. Some of the endemic species that can be found here are the Bornean Bristlehead, Bornean Ground-Cuckoo, Bulwer's Pheasant, Black-throated Wren-Babbler, Dusky Munia and many more others!