Adventure (9 community guides)

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#1/9
Rating:
4.75
(4 comments)
Destination: Sandakan, Borneo
Trip type: Activity, Adventure, Eco
Borneo is the perfect destination for those stuck in the urban jungle wanting to get a taste of the real thing... read more »
#2/9
Rating:
5
(2 comments)
Borneo is a land of mystery, an exotic, untamed destination. Following the headhunters' trail makes for a uniquely cultural experience, as modern life merges gently with ancient customs... read more »
#3/9
Rating:
4
(1 comment)
The Gili Islands in Indonesia are a slice of paradise on earth. You can lounge on white, sandy beaches, enjoy world-class diving and snorkelling, and (on Trawangan) party all night long... read more »
#4/9
Rating:
4
(2 comments)
Destination: Borneo
For her, the goal was seeing baby orang-utans in the wild. For him, it was riding on a working relic of British railway history. On a wedding-anniversary trip to Borneo, one couple achieved both ... read more »
#5/9
Rating:
4
(4 comments)
Lying on the edge of civilisation, with wild orang-utans, desolate mountain peaks, coral reefs and jungle trails on offer, Sabah has something for everyone. Here's a selection of the best on offer.... read more »
#6/9
Rating:
3
(1 comment)
Destination: Borneo
Trip type: Adventure, Eco, Romance
Nestled within the deep interiors of the vast Borneo jungle is a hidden UNESCO World Heritage site called Gunung Mulu National Park, where you can behold some of the most spectacular caves on earth.... read more »
#7/9
Rating:
3
(2 comments)
Destination: Bali, Sanur
Trip type: Activity, Adventure, Beach
The water is warm, the corals are magnificent and marine life is varied and abundant. What are you waiting for? Bali has a large number of dive sites to be explored... read more »
#8/9
Rating:
2
(4 comments)
Destination: Lovina
A trip to Lovina is a treat for the senses. In this unspoilt part of Bali, you'll find lush paddy fields and traditional ox carts as well as comfortable hideaway hotels and great places to eat... read more »
#9/9
Rating:
1
(1 comment)
From man-eating Komodo dragons to Mount Kelimutu’s coloured crater lakes, a speculative sea voyage from Lombok to Flores demands a sense of humour as well as stout sea and land legs... read more »
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