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Lesser-Spotted Wildlife


Resplendently remote, Maliau Basin is home to some of the best-preserved tropical rainforest on Borneo. Researchers didn’t set foot in the area until the 1980s; while it’s now a tad more accessible, it’s still a fitting focus for one of Natural World Safaris’ new series of RAW (remote, authentic and wild) trips, which explore wildlife destinations away from the well-rutted Jeep circuit. If you’ve already tracked tigers in India’s Rajasthan, how about looking for Asiatic lions in Gujarat? Been on a game-drive in Kenya? Then try a walking safari, accompanied by camels. In the Maliau Basin, you’ll embark on a five-night guided trek through the jungle, stopping in camps overnight. It’s a rare glimpse into a world of many-tiered waterfalls, insect-eating pitcher plants and unique creatures: if you’re lucky, you’ll look into the canopy and spy one of these fellows – a tiny western tarsier.

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