Monday, July 24, 2017

The Prague Wanderer: Borneo - A land of wild exploration

Borneo is the largest island in the world and is administered by three powers namely Malaysia, Indonesia and sultanate of Brunei.

The island is mainly mountainous with large rainforests which make this place diverse with flora and fauna.

Well, if you are a foster traveller and travelling is your passion then this is a land of wild exploration, so wild that it going on a holiday doesn’t seem to fit in the place, you would rather mention going on an expedition.

Much of the landscape in the island is a jungle, and you will witness orangutans swinging throughout the rainforest.

Situated at 4095 m above the sea level Mt Kinabalu accounts for one of the world’s most prominent peaks and one of the most popular for climbers to trek.

After Hawaii and New Guinea, Borneo is the third highest island which makes it as a responsible tourist destination.

The variations of the soil and diverse climatic zones in this region provision the richest habitat for plants and animals anywhere on the earth.

Walking through the rainforests of such a diverse rainforest makes it an exciting physical challenge as well as a privileged journey for wild explorers out there.