The Kinabatangan River is located in Sabah and Borneo, this allows you to get a glimpse of the stunning, and often unique, wildlife and rainforests ofMalaysia. The Kinabatangan River is the longest river in Sabah emerging high in the Crocker Range and travelling 560km down to its mangrove swamp estuary into the Sulu Sea on the East coast of Sabah.
Pick up from hotel in Sandakan at 10:30hrs , transfer to SJR for lunch. After lunch, drive overland to Bilit, Kinabatangan River, home to the 10 species of primates namely Proboscis monkeys, langurs, macaques, orang utan, slow loris, western tarsier, 8 species of hornbills such as Rhinoceros Hornbill, Pied Hornbill, Black Hornbill, Helmeted Hornbill (50kg, 120cm), kingfishers, bubuls, trogons, flycatchers, sunbirds, broadbills, herons, mangrove snakes, vipers, estuarine crocodile, asian elephants and many many more wildlife. Upon arrival, a warm welcome by the staff followed by an afternoon tea with some local bites After a short briefing by the nature guide, take an afternoon cruise (4.00pm) along the Kinabatangan River (Sabah’s longest river at 560km) where you can observe wildlife on the boat itself. Upon arrival, a warm welcome by the staff followed by an afternoon tea with some local bites. After a short briefing by the nature guide, take a boat cruise (4.00pm) to view proboscis monkeys, birds & other wildlife at Kinabatangan River, the longest river in Sabah (560km). After the boat cruise, return to Sandakan and transfer back to respective hotels (arrival time at about 8.30+pm).
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