Back to Maliau Basin Trek
By Sticky Rice Travel
4 days 3 nights
Price from USD$840 MYR3,500 per person
Enjoy a night drive spotting wildlife on your first night at Maliau, followed by a three-day hike in Maliau Basin based out of Ginseng Camp. The hike will include treks to Ginseng Falls and Maliau Falls.
Return transport from your hotel in Kota Kinabalu
4WD Vehicle and driver
Fees (i.e. conservation fee, entrance fees and trekking fees)
Meals, snacks, coffee/tea & drinking water
1 night dormitory accommodation at Maliau Basin Study Center
2 nights dormitory accommodation in Ginseng Camp
Sticky Rice Travel Nature guide
Same Price as What You’d Find Locally
Free Date Change ~ 3 Days Before
Low Carbon Footprint
Always Available to Chat
Guaranteed Trip Even with 1 Guest
Meet your guide
Sticky Rice Travel
Over the years, the eco-conscious team at Sticky Rice have blazed the trail for responsible travel in Borneo. They are passionate about crafting trips for their guests that explore sensitive ecosystems and indigenous cultures, all the while adhering to their strict policy on low-impact, responsible travel. If you believe in Sticky Rice's mission as much as we do, join them on a trip and hear all about how they are creating a new style of travel in Borneo.
7 years experience
Trips available daily
If you require an earlier date, please request to book.
No transport provided
Other Things to Know
Cancellation and Exchange Policy
Strict Cancellation Policy
You can be fully refunded for cancellations within 24 hours of booking. Other cancellations will not be refunded.
Flexible Date Policy
You can change your trip date once for free up to 3 days before your trip. Any date change will be subject to availability, and will not count as a cancellation.
Packing list for the trip
45 litres+ backpack
Basic first aid items (ibuprofen, bandaids, gauze, antiseptic)
Clothing (i.e. Waterproof jacket, long trousers preferably tight to keep the leeches out, jumper as it gets cold at night, short sleeve shirts for the daytime)
Flip flops (for showers at Ginseng camp)
Sleeping bag (as it gets cold at Ginseng camp)