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What can I add that hasn’t already been said by others and by me in my review from last year. BRL is true Jungle Luxury and this was even more true this year since we were upgraded to the villas for free. What a fantastic...More
Absolutely loved this place, combines the best of both worlds with fantastic day and night nature walks whilst staying in a luxury lodge. Food choice and quality was also first class, I could find nothing to fault here and would highly recommend
Which ever it is it gets five stars for the conservation work it does. Personally do not think the two go hand in hand but most others do. Do your research before booking checking the wide range of activities that are available rather than a...More
This hotel is one of the nicest, most interesting hotels we've ever been to in our lives! I just wish we had more than two nights. I was blown away by the hotel itself, the view of the virgin rainforest and mists that travel through...More
We stayed here for two nights as part of our two week travels across Borneo. We weren’t quite sure what to expect but the lodge really blew us away. We were also coming from two very basic nights in Kinabatangan so the contrast was a...More
Hello. Sorry for the delay in replying. I missed the notification from TA. As regards having an 18-month old I think that you might have to tailor your activities a little. The walks we went on were generally around two... More
Hello. Sorry for the delay in replying. I missed the notification from TA. As regards having an 18-month old I think that you might have to tailor your activities a little. The walks we went on were generally around two hours and the terrain was sometimes a bit muddy and/or steep but if the little one is in a carrier then that should be okay. Not sure about leach socks for toddlers - if she isn’t walking on the trails then I imagine it would be less of an issue. We didn’t see any children there when we visited. Experiencing the jungle (while it still exists) is quite a thing but seeing the animals is best done using binoculars - which might be a bit hard for your daughter. Also it is pretty humid which may be a different kind of heat to what she is used to. At the end of the day, you know your daughter and her capacity to cope with travel etc. Hope that helped and good luck with whatever you decide to do.