Tabin Wildlife Reserve
Tabin Wildlife Reserve was established in 1984 primarily to protected the three largest species of mammal in Borneo.
The reserve is home to significant birdlife, 9 species of primate (including some orang-utan), clouded leopard and a number of ungulate species.
Tabin Wildlife Resort offers simple but comfortable accommodation in the form of 20 wooden chalets, all with balconies, hot showers and ceiling fans.
A stay at Tabin includes all meals and excursion and there is a range of packages from 2 nights upwards, including specialised birding packages.
We often combine a stay at Tabin with a visit to the Kinabatangan River area as the activities compliment each other nicely.
At Sukau and Abai in the Kinabatangan region wildlife safaris are made in electric boats, whilst in Tabin things are land based - with 4WD trips, jungle trekking, visits to Lipad Mud Volcano and time in one of the Observation Towers.
Enjoy the video - it's extremely informative about Tabin and once you're ready to start making some plans we look forward to being able to help you.
Luke @ Jasmine Holidays
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