The experience here is unparalleled; while accommodation is fairly basic, there are no other lodges around and as you head out on the river, there is nothing to interrupt the natural spectacle. Keep binoculars in hand and watch for trees moving to spot proboscis monkeys, long-tailed macaques, hornbills, crocodiles or even the elusive pygmy elephant or a wild orang-utan. Highly recommended is the sunset cruise, a perfect time to see the forest’s inhabitants moving around and as night falls and you cruise back to the lodge for dinner, watch as luminescent fire flies light up the trees.
Meals, which are all included, are taken in a riverfront restaurant with local produce on offer, serving up Bornean and Western options; local catch of the day will have been supplied by local tribes and could not be any fresher! Your overnight accommodation is in wooden chalets joined by wooden boardwalks, simply furnished with double or twin beds, as well as a desk, ceiling fan, netted windows and an en suite bathroom that uses recycled water.
Children are warmly welcomed at the lodge by the friendly staff, and family rooms sleeping up to 2 adults and 2 children are available. Whilst there is no lower age limit for children, we recommend that it's not really suitable for children under three years. Older children will delight in the short yet fruitful river safaris and the easily manageable boardwalk nature trail (DTM).
- ATOL protection
- In resort assistance & 24 hour
- Hassle-free - book direct quickly and easily
- Choice of airlines and the option to switch
- A friendly, family run business with a wealth of experience.
- Great deals on offer for multiple destinations
- No amendment fees
- Low deposits