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Sandakan, MALAYSIA

In the rainforest, an eco-lodge with 20 spacious rooms, located on the edge of one of the most important waterways of Borneo, the Kinabatangan. From here you can go on an impressive excursions very diverse.
There are 7 species of Primates of Borneo in their natural habitat, the Pygmy Elephants of Borneo and a flora and fauna very rich, while locals who work in the property share their culture.
All the comfort and even luxury in a true sustainable ecoLoge spirit

Responsible stance

Contrary to what one can think the highlight of this lodge is the social aspect:

The local community participate fully in the development of the project. 80% of the team is Aboriginal and is trained in English. Young people will make pension studies to learn hospitality and others become professional guides.

An NGO "Borneo Ecotourism Solutions and Technologies" initiates projects to help the community for access to water, medical care and develop education and environmental protection projects. Part of the resources of the excursions and a part of the resources of the Lodge are donated to the NGO.

Eco-rating is not bad either: A gallery and books on flora and local fauna are made available to inform travellers. Local guides are available to share their knowledge on the Rainforest of Hornbill Boardwalk.

The Lodge is built with local wood including the Belian. It uses lamps has low voltage, and hot water is provided by solar energy. It is also self-sufficient in water through a filtration system of rain water, and convenient sorting and compost.

The lodge encourages its visitors to the economy of water and energy, particularly by not replacing the towels.

Everything is done to minimize noise so as not to disturb wildlife, so the boats are electric motors.

The lodge is adhering to the code of the World Travel and Tourism Council and the PATA's Green Leaf program.
It is part of the ecolodges selected in the world by the National Geographic Unique Lodges.

This address has been shared on 22/03/2018 by VdB .
Visited by VdB at 22/03/2018.


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