Bako Wildlife Trek
Visit Bako National Park and experience the oldest and smallest National Park in Sarawak. Spot beautiful flora and fauna along the trek in the park such as dipterocarp trees, pitcher plants, Silver Leaf Langurs, monitor lizards and many more! If you are lucky you can even spot the Proboscis Monkey, endemic to Borneo.
Our tour will take you by road to Kampung Bako and boat to the Bako National Park, located 38 km from Kuching City. Our experienced guide will lead you through selected trails to explore the oldest and smallest National Park in Sarawak. Observe an amazing array of diverse tropical vegetation and wild-life, including such species as Dipterocarp trees, pitcher plants, mangrove forests and 'Padang' or bush type vegetation. Along the trail, a chance to see silver leaf langurs, long tailed macaques, monitor lizards, wild boar, hornbills and many other species of birds, but the star attractions of the park are the rare Proboscis monkeys, found exclusively in Borneo. For lunch, you may opt for Malay or local food in the park canteen before heading back to Kuching. (Lunch)Not recommended during the months of December to February due to rough sea conditions.
THINGS TO BRING: Please bring along comfortable light clothing, sandal, drinking water bottle, a sun hat, sun block lotion, poncho and some insect repellent.Borneo Eco Tours is moving towards a plastic-free environment, so, please join our movement by bringing your own refillable water bottle during your time with us.
Tours and transfers and meals as specified and English speaking guide.
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Note on Travel Insurance
Customers are encouraged to purchase their own travel insurance before travelling to Borneo. We recommend you to select a travel insurance policy that covers not only your medical expenses (including emergency repatriation) but also personal liability, cancellation, curtailment and loss of luggage. Doing so can prevent major disruptions and additional costs.
MYR 398 per person
Rates are valid from 01 April 2018 till 31 March 2019.