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Journey in the Wild – (HoB003)


Early Bird: RM3,990


KK – Long Pa’ Sia’ – Pa’ Melabid – Kayu Buda – Long Semadoh – Lawas

Duration: 9D8N (27 June – 5 July)

Level: Strenuous

Day 1 (D)

Transfer from Kota Kinabalu International Airport, Sabah to selected hotel. Evening Ice breaking dinner, safety briefing and itinerary run-through. Overnight in Kota Kinabalu.

Day 2 (B/L/D)

3 hours taxi trip to Sipitang from Kota Kinabalu. Expedition continues to Long Pa’ Sia’ for 4 hours  via 4-wheel-drive (4WD). Participants to settle in at  homestays in Long Pa’ Sia’ and enjoy a welcome dinner by the local people. Overnight in the village.

Day 3 (B/L/D)

3 days and 2 nights trek in highland forest starts today. 6 hours trek to Pa’ Melabid. Participants will overnight in a jungle camp.

Day 4 (B/L/D)

6 hours trek to Kayu Buda, an area near the border of Sabah and Sarawak. Participants will overnight in a jungle camp.

Day 5 (B/L/D)

Jungle trekking along the trails to Long Semadoh and witness ‘Buayeh Tana’ or crocodile mounds and giant Agathis trees along the way. A warm welcome by Puneng Trusan villagers in Long Semadoh awaits participants before the journey continues to Long Tanid village where participants will overnight at homestay.

Day 6 (B/L/D)

Tree and bamboo planting activity by the river with the community in Long Semadoh. Travel to Long Kerebangan and make a quick stop at a local soap production site to see how natural soap is made from the Tenem tree essential oil extracts. In the afternoon trek on a relaxing trail in Long Tanid along  paddy fields and stop by at the old burial site called ‘Lengutan Anak Adi’ to see the ancient remnants of skeletons and broken jars. Overnight at homestay.

Day 7 (B/L/D)

3 hours journey by 4WD for participants to Lawas and fly to Miri. Check-in at the hotel then going on a relaxing trip to the beautiful Tusan beach for sunset seafood dinner by the beach. Overnight in city hotel

Day 8 (B/L/D)

Depart for Niah National Park. Take a short boat ride to cross the river to visit Niah Museum and proceed on the plank walk for 3 km to the caves’ main entrance to visit Niah Caves famous edible birds’ nests found high-up in the cave and the painted cave prehistoric wall drawings and preserved remains of the humans from 40,000 years ago. Overnight in city hotel

Day 9 (B)

Participants will be given a warm send-off to the airport for the next adventure or head home with beautiful memories!


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