Gerry van der Walt

Expedition Leader, Public Speaker, Photographer, Podcast Host

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Rainforests of Borneo

This brand new Wild Eye photographic safari will see you traveling to some of the most amazing nature and wildlife destinations in Borneo including the Kinabatangan River, Tabin Wildlife Reserve and the Danum Valley which will offer you the opportunity of searching for and photographing species like orangutans, pygmy elephants, hornbills, macaques, leaf monkeys, otters and many more.

Borneo, the third-largest island in the world and the largest island in Asia, has some of the world’s most species-rich equatorial rainforests with prime patches that are easily accessible from modern, multiethnic cities.

For many visitors to Borneo, their most memorable moment is glimpsing a wild orangutan swinging through the jungle canopy.  Jungle animals are shy by nature, but a good guide – like the ones we will be using – can help you tell the difference between a vine and vine snake, between a twig and a stick insect, and between the call of a hornbill and a gibbon.

I look forward to sharing this incredible new Wild Eye Adventure with you!

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