Our Borneo adventure holidays cater for a range of travellers, from active couples, solo explorers or intrepid families. Our trips take you into a number of Borneo’s fantastic destinations and are designed to give you a far from the tourist trail.

If you don’t find what you’re looking for in our Borneo adventures below, we have experienced and knowledgeable staff who specialise in creating bespoke Borneo trips, from family holidays to luxury honeymoons, we work with you to design a personalised Borneo Adventure.

As the only company with permits to the renowned Deramakot Forest Reserve, wildlife lovers will enjoy their 4x4 safaris far from any crowds. For those looking for a challenge, our Maliau Basin treks and Mount Kinabalu climbs allow guests to discover a ‘Lost World’ or see sunrise from above the clouds, all while taking on these challenging yet rewarding experience holidays.


Tom Hewitt

Coordinator of the reforestation and community development projects in the Sarawak jungle of Borneo.

Originally from the UK but has lived in Borneo for many years now. His knowledge of local community development, wildlife and tourism issues has been instrumental in the success of our projects with the Penan communities that we work with.

Being the main link between Moving Mountains and the ‘Koperasi Pelancongan Penan Selungo’ which translates as Community Operation Programme of the Penan of the Upper Selungo river. Locally however, the Penan villagers call themselves ‘Keepers of the Forest’.

Tom was also the lead in setting up Lupa Masa Eco Lodge on the slopes of Mount Kinabalu and later the Lupa Masa Beach which is a natural compliment to the original eco lodge and offers traditional longhouse and camping options 5 minutes from a deserted beach near the tip of Borneo. Both Lupa Masa Eco Lodge and Lupa Masa Beach employ local staff and help to fund community driven projects. 

Mike Gordon

Specialist wildlife guide with particular knowledge of Deramokot Reserve, Danum Valley, Tabin and Imbak Canyon.


Specialist wildlife guide


Wildlife guide