Without a doubt, Shavez and Chun from 1StopBorneoWildlife are not only nature experts of Borneo but also fun guys hanging out with! We spend amazing 10 days with them, doing guided night walks in Sayap, next to Mt. Kinabalu and joining safari drives in the huge Sabah Softwood Plantation with quite a big wild elephant population - and for conservation purposes all tourists are asked to plant at least 5-10 native trees to establish a wildlife corridor within the plantation area (great opportunity to reduce your own carbon footprint at least a little bit).
Our last trip with 1StopBorneoWildlife took us to a homestay at Kinabatangan river where it took us only three boat rides to see at least 50 different species of birds, reptiles and mammals - but they always took care for that we approached them in a respectful manner (unlike other tourist guides in that area).
That is an outstanding example of sustainable conservation tourism! :)
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