The lower Kinabatangan River and valley in Sabah is a unique world-class ecotourism destination. During my brief visit back in 1995, I remember the thrill of having great views (from my boat) of the Rhinoceros and Helmet Hornbills and also over 20 Proboscis monkeys. This is a prime area to conserve and no conventional mass tourism activities should ever be allowed in the area.
This place is a model for sustainable development that I share with colleagues and partners in other special natural places in the world where the balance of development and conservation is being planned and benefits ensured for not just now but for the future generation.
We really enjoyed our stay at your lodge. Donnie and the entire staff could not have been more helpful, pleasant and accommodating. Our guide, Richard, was excellent and he enabled some great experiences including extraordinary sightings of elephant, river otters, and an orangutan building his nest