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.

Sabah, a Malaysian state located on the island of Borneo, is home to a diverse range of wildlife and natural habitats. Wildlife such as the Bornean Orangutan, Proboscis Monkey, Pygmy Elephant, and various species of birds and reptiles can be found in Sabah's forests, rivers, and wetlands. Sustainable and responsible tourism practices are an excellent way to support wildlife conservation. Eco-tourism activities, such as bird watching, wildlife safaris, and nature walks, can help generate revenue for conservation efforts while providing visitors with a unique and educational experience.

By booking a tour to visit these areas, visitors can witness these animals in their natural habitats and contribute to their conservation efforts.