Baloi Kito Mayu Homestay

Best deal from us:

3 Days 2 Nights

RM600.00 – RM6500.00 per person

Activities:
Wildlife Observation, Jungle Trekking at Oxbow Lake, Bird Watching, Boat Cruise/Night Cruise, Cultural Performance, Fishing & Tree Planting.


Description

Baloi Kito Mayu Homestay is located in Kinabatangan with all homes mostly overlooking the Kinabatangan river. This is a Muslim community whose lifestyle reflects simplicity and modesty. Here you can observe pleasant banter, joking and laughter as many hands make light work of the task ahead. A boat ride with a local guide around the nearby rivers like “Sungai Rasang” will allow you to do a spot of wildlife observation and you can also visit the oxbow lakes. The locals will also brief you on their conservation and research programmes on this fascinating place they call home.

Activities

  • Wildlife Observation
  • Visit to Gomantong Cave
  • Visit to Sepilok Rehabilitation Centre
  • Jungle Tracking at Oxbow Lake
  • Orang Utan Tracking / Orang Utan Conservation
  • Bird Watching along Kinabatangan River
  • Boat Cruise (wildlife along Kinabatangan River)
  • Night Cruise (nocturnal wildlife)
  • Boat Cruise to Mangrove Area
  • Sungai Culture Performance (Musical/Dance/ Game)
  • Fishing (Fresh water prawn/fish)
  • Ethnology (Botanical Garden)
  • Research on Orang Utan Behaviour
  • Wildlife Monitoring & Presentation
  • Human & Wildlife Conflict
  • Fisherman for Conservation
  • Student Camping & Education Programmed
  • Reforestation Programmed & Tree identify
  • Village Legend
  • Visit Crocodile Farm at Sandakan
  • Modern & Traditional Handicraft/Spor

Your Coordinator

Mr. Datu Md Ahbam bin Abulani +6089-568472 / +6013-869 9026 ahbamabulani@yahoo.com

Did You Know

The most expensive orchid in the world

Rothschild’s Slipper Orchid considered to be the “aristocrat of slipper orchids”; it grows wild in Mount Kinabalu and has won many awards and perhaps the most expensive orchid in the world. It takes 15 years to bloom from seedling earning the title “Gold of Kinabalu”