I have to admit the main thing that drew us to Sepilok was the Orang-utan conservation – you can’t come to Borneo without doing something to try and help these endangered species. It was only after further research that we even realised the amazing work done for the sun bears here too! The sun bear
Hanging out with the orang-utans in Sepilok
Borneo is one of the only places left on Earth where orang-utans exist in the wild. Native to Indonesia and Malaysia, they are now only found in Borneo and Sumatra. It was amazing to visit the conservation centre in Sepilok to see the work they are doing to help support the survival of these endangered
Why planning a trip to Borneo has been our biggest challenge to date.
After much deliberation, we have finally booked our summer holiday to Borneo! Despite looking pretty small on the world map, Borneo is actually the 3rd largest island in the world, so travelling around it is not quite as easy as we’d anticipated. The island is split into Malaysian Borneo and Indonesian Borneo which makes travelling