Overview

Bako was first gazetted in 1957 which makes it Sarawak’s oldest National Park. It’s location and ease of access makes it a very popular place to visit.

This protected peninsula is home to the endemic Proboscis Monkey, Silvered Langurs, the Green Pit Viper, Colugos and an array of colourful birds. It also has a resident giant Bearded Pig hanging out around the park headquarters.

It has an extensive trail system made up of 16 colour coded paths which pass through a variety of vegetation and form 7 different eco-systems. Most of the paths will lead you to one of the many beaches.

Day 1:

Depart Kuching at 8am. Travel approximately 45 minutes northeast of Kuching. Once you reach the village of Bako, take a 25 minute boat to the park’s headquarters. Register and settle into your accommodation. Your guide will advise you on the day’s activities and which trails to follow depending on the weather. In the evening go on a night walk in search of any nocturnal activity.

Day 2:

Wake up early for a dawn trek to see  the animals at their most active time. Follow some short trails before lunch. After lunch depart*

*Departure times vary due to the level of the tide.

 

We Provide Bring With you 

Bidayuh Home-Cooked Lunch

Return Transfer to Pickup & Dropoff Point

Professional Guide

Free Photo CD of your trip

Change of clothes

Towel

Sunblock

Insect repellent

Spectacle straps

Footwear with good grip

 

 

Dates & Bookings

itinerary

Day 1:

Depart Kuching at 8am. Travel approximately 45 minutes northeast of Kuching. Once you reach the village of Bako, take a 25 minute boat to the park’s headquarters. Register and settle into your accommodation. Your guide will advise you on the day’s activities and which trails to follow depending on the weather.

In the evening go on a night walk in search of any nocturnal activity.

Day 2:

Wake up early for a dawn trek to see the animals at their most active time. Follow some short trails before lunch. After lunch depart*

 

*Departure times vary due to the level of the tide.

 

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