Wildlife conservation involves the protection, preservation, and management of wild animals and their habitats. It is essential for maintaining a healthy and balanced ecosystem and preventing the loss of biodiversity.

Located on Borneo Island, Sabah, Malaysia, boasts diverse wildlife and habitats, including the Bornean Orangutan, Proboscis Monkey, Pygmy Elephant, and numerous birds and reptiles. The eco-tourism activities like bird watching, wildlife safaris, and nature walks aim to educate travellers on conservation while minimising environmental impact. These initiatives not only enhance the travellers experience but also generate essential funding for conservation efforts.

You can book these tour packages and engage with local communities in eco-tourism to contribute to sustainable regional development.

Watch the latest Borneo Wildlife Series to learn more about the endemic wildlife of Borneo!