Category Archives: Borneo

What to Expect at Borneo Rainforest Lodge – The Real Life Jungle Book

Traveling to wild, remote destinations can take you back to a different time or place. Whether it’s the feeling of playing outdoors as a child, or capturing the essence of a turn of the century explorer, adventure awakens your senses and shakes the soul. In an overly digital world, at Borneo Rainforest Lodge visitors can find that rejuvenating connection with nature and more importantly, a reconnection to one another. Continue reading What to Expect at Borneo Rainforest Lodge – The Real Life Jungle Book

How To See Danum Valley Rainforest – Borneo Nature Tours

With the opportunity to visit one of the premier, luxury eco-lodges in the world, Harry and I wanted to do something special to document our time spent at the Borneo Rainforest Lodge. We worked together to write daily journals and create cinematic videos to offer an insight at the travel experience of a lifetime. Visiting Borneo Rainforest Lodge was a dream trip for us. We hope that our story will inspire others to embrace their inner adventurer and to live their own story of exploration in the Borneo Rainforest. Continue reading How To See Danum Valley Rainforest – Borneo Nature Tours

How to do Borneo on a Budget

Back in my pre-RTW days, I would scroll through Pinterest’s travel pins and always stop when I came across anything related to Borneo. The trees. The misty jungle. The unusual animals. This made Borneo one of my top destinations to see on our RTW. However, due to the extremely high cost of lodging, we almost gave up on visiting this beautiful area of the world. After many hours of research, we had difficulty finding mid-range accommodation options. It was either sleep on mats in jungle huts or stay at luxury jungle lodges. Neither option was going to work for us. Continue reading How to do Borneo on a Budget

Best Travel Guide To Do Borneo on a Budget

Come BS with us as we explore Borneo. Topics include great budget savvy ways to see the Borneo Big 5. Of course, we also talk about living through the largest earthquake in the area in nearly 40 years. Some additional topics include: Orangutans Gone Wild, visiting the Sepilok Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre & Labuk Bay Proboscis Monkey Sanctuary, pirates, and figuring out how to pronounce the word Orangutan. Just two sassy, honest, and funny travelers doing their thing….