Bako National Park Overnight

Bako National Park Overnight

Tour Code: KCHBK2

Duration – 2 Days/1 night

Day 1 Drive about 35 minutes to Bako Village. Bako National Park is the oldest National Park in Sarawak. From the village, take about a 25-minute boat ride (depending on the tide) to the park situated in a peninsula. Bako takes its name from the mangrove forest which surrounds the coastal region of Sarawak. Bako is one of the best places in Sarawak to see wildlife in a natural surrounding. Check in at the park chalets. There will be hiking through jungle trails, sunsets, and swimming in the sea by secluded beaches. Overnight at the park chalets. (Lunch and Dinner included)
Boardwalk at Bako National Park

Boardwalk at Bako National Park

The various types of animals that are commonly spotted at Bako include the proboscis monkeys, silver leaf monkeys, long tail macaques, wild boars, monitor lizards, and numerous species of birds. Tropical rainforest ranges from mangrove to kerangas (heath forest), tropical swamp vegetation, cliff vegetation and beach vegetation. There are several trails inside the park depending on level of fitness and interest. There is a possibility to swim in the warm waters of the South China Sea by one of the secluded beaches.
Proboscis Monkey in the Mangroves

Proboscis Monkey in the Mangroves at Bako National Park

Resthouse at Bako National Park

Resthouse at Bako National Park

Day 2

Following breakfast, hike on one of the many trails or revisit one of your favourite trails from the previous day for a more detailed exploration. Return to Kuching by early afternoon. (Schedule may depend on tide.) (Breakfast and Lunch included)

Tour Code Destination Duration Inclusions 1 Person 2 People 3 People
KCHBK2 Bako National Park 2 Day/1 Night Full Board $400 $235 $200
Prices per person in Australian Dollars and valid 01 April 2019 to 31 March 2020 (E.O.E.) Refer to General Booking Conditions

Photographs copyright to Phil Youdale and Borneo Adventure