Where should I start. This camp is really one of my highlights and something I would recommend to everyone.
We started off by sailing down the river and looked at monkeys and birds from the boat. We then arrived to the camp around 4pm, and could take a break and a shower.
Because everything at the camp is supposed to be ecological, food was sailed in and there was no power supply except from batteries for light.
After dinner there was a guided tour in the jungle which was exciting and gave some interesting pictures of animals in the jungle.
Sleeping in simple tree huts was really surprising as the jungle is a really noisy place but this is a part of the experience. In the morning we were so lucky to be wakened by a orangotang up in the trees.
The camp is a god opportunity to come closer to the jungle and experience it real close.
But you should not be affraid of frogs and other animals as there is a god possibility that you will end up sleeping only a feet away from them.
- Also Known As:
- Tungog Rainforest Eco Camp Sandakan, Sabah, Malaysia