BORNÉO À LA CARTE is collaborating with several Bidayuh communities in different regions, offering comfortable daytrips to meet Sarawak’s native Land-Dayaks. During our excursions you get to explore a Bidayuh village, learn about their culture and taste the native food. Depending on which village you visit, the tour may also include some hiking, a refreshing dip in a nearby stream or waterfall, a visit of a local market or allow you to witness local craft-making.
The caves of Silabur are amongst the most beautiful anywhere and belong on the list of places you must see before you die! Through cracks and holes in the cave ceiling, sun rays are channelled into the cave and illuminate the cave walls. Depending on the intensity and angle of the sun rays hitting the jade-like surface of the cave walls, they seem to shine in different colours of green, blue and purple. A truly enchanting and breath-taking spectacle of nature!
Enjoy a day of jungle trekking, a refreshing bath in a waterfall and a typical native lunch surrounded by spectacular rainforest scenery.
A lush rainforest with exceptional flora, crystal-clear waterfalls and a rescue centre for endangered wildlife await at Kubah National Park.
The forest-clad Mount Gading is an attractive destination for an excursion. And with a bit of luck you might perhaps get to see a blooming Rafflesia, the largest flower in the world!
Hop on a bicycle and venture on an exploration of Kuching on two wheels. This tour will not only provide you with a great deal of information about the history and culture of Sarawak, but also with magnificent views and picture-perfect photo opportunities.
Located on a peninsula stretching out into the South China Sea, Bako National Park is the oldest national park in Sarawak, boasting a real treasure trove of flora and fauna. It is a famous place to observe the odd-nosed proboscis monkey, which can only be found on Borneo.
A day of paddling leisurely along the Sarawak Kiri river, accompanied by the sights and sounds of the rainforest. Enjoy the beautiful natural surroundings of the limestone formations and the towering trees along the riverbank.
This cave is huge, the chambers incredible and the calcite beautiful. Add to all that the extensive biodiversity and you have an amazing adventure in store.