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This is an incredible and lush rain forest with so much wildlife. It is untouched natural beauty that makes you feel like an explorer in the middle of no where. We saw lots of wildlife but make sure you bring LEECH SOCKS! These are a...More
This conservation area is extraordinary, rich in wildlife and plant life. The forest is alive in smells, sounds, and information. It is cared for in a balanced ecological way. It is a place to foster and nurture the love of nature and wild places.
Amazing place...was there for 3 nights. Wished I was there for a few more days.
Our guide,Theo, took us through the trails in Danum Valley. He taught us so much on how to look for wildlife, their behaviour, flora and fauna. Theo made sure we...More
A jungle so untouched and beautiful beyond imagination. Despite its immense size, every corner is hidden with amazing wildlife. Highly recommend everyone to make a trip here at least once in your lifetime.
a lot of issues with reservation. even thought I made an intensive research on the booking part- I came prepared for surprises. it turned out I booked with Rose from the KK office, although I thought I am in touch with the Lahad Datu office......More
The Danum Valley is a protected rainforest that has a large amount of untouched primary rainforest. We stayed at the Danum Valley Field Centre (also called Studies Centre) which is a research facility where scientists and students conduct field research. There are a few tourists,...More
I think most people reading this will be as I was a couple of months ago; trying to decide where to visit to experience the “real” Borneo and have the best chance of seeing its wildlife in their natural habitat. After doing a lot of...More
HOW TO GET THERE
The nearest town to Danum Valley Field Centre is Lahad Datu on the south east coast of Sabah, which is served daily by Malaysia Airlines. The 81 km drive from Lahad Datu to Danum Valley Field Centre takes about two hours,...More
Visited the DV region for 3 days and explored the area both through hikes and 4x4 rides.
Overall, impressed by the great location in the middle of pristine rainforest providing ample ways to explore the region. Due note it's a vaste area with much to...More