Bako National Park

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Bako is Sarawak’s oldest National Park, located on a Peninsula and only accessible by boat. It is an extremely unique environment due to it’s seven complete eco-systems made up of almost every type of vegetation found in Borneo. There are 16 hiking trails available, ranging from one or two hours return from the Park HQ to full day or overnight hikes.

The wildlife at Bako is truly exceptional – you are able to see the rare proboscis monkey found only in Borneo, otters, the Bornean bearded pig, lizards including the water monitor, a variety of harmless snakes, and more than 150 species of birds. If you stay overnight, you may witness a flying lemur, pangolin, kancil mouse deer, bats, tarsier, slow loris, or palm civet. Guided night tours are available with a Park Ranger.

Package 1

This full day tour will depart from your hotel at 0830am. It is a 40min drive to the Malay village of Bako where you take a speedboat up the Bako River into the South China Sea and around to the Park entrance. Lunch is provided at the Park cafeteria. You will return to your hotel latest by 1600pm.

Includes English speaking park guide, return transportation (land and boat), entrance fee, lunch, drinking water

Adult – RM 300 per person
Child – RM 200 per child

Duration : 6 hours

Package 2

This is a 2D1N package. The Park has some very basic accommodation, but staying the night gives you a wonderful experience observing nocturnal animals and watching the sunsets over the bay, which are both well worth the stay.

Includes English speaking park guide, 1 night stay at the park hostel, return transportation (land and boat), entrance fee, meals, drinking water

Adult – RM 600 per person
Child – RM 420 per child

Duration : Overnight

If you would like to stay longer at Bako, Amansar can arrange a special package for you, including longer guided treks across the Park. Please contact us for more detailed information about the full day and overnight treks.


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