Learn About Us
Explore the beauty, adventure and pristine rainforests surrounding Mulu National Park, a world heritage site. Mulu National Park contains one of the world's largest cave systems, the 5th tallest mountain in Malaysia, Mount Mulu, and trekking experiences ranging from quite easy to extremely challenging.
Whatever level you may fancy, Borneo Rainforest Trekking can arrange or customize for your specifications.
Meet the Team
My name is Dorothy Baya-Lobao. I am originally from Miri, Sarawak, a very small town in East Malaysia, Borneo. I am a Berawan, one of the twenty-seven indigenous tribes (Orang Ulu) of Borneo. The Berawan people are mainly concentrated around Long Terawan, located along the Tutoh River, and around Mulu National Park along the Melinau River leading to the National Park.
My upbringing is what helped me develop my passion for the outdoors and adventures. It ultimately lead me to create this company so that others could see and experience adventures and challenges themselves to go outside their comfort zones and perhaps, quite literally off the grid into the unknown.
I hope to share the same experience I have had all my life and it would be an absolute honor to guide you through this adventure!
Tours and Packages
Tours and Packages
Treks & Trails
Mountain Bike Tour
Additional activities upon request include a sightseeing boat ride down the Melinau or Tutoh Rivers, waterfall picnic, long house tour and canopy walk. Borneo recognizes that each traveler has different needs. If none of our standard packages work for you, we’re more than happy to create one that does.
Where to Stay in Mulu
Get There by Air or Boat!
From any international flights: Kuala Lumpur Airport (via Kuching Airport, Kota Kinabalu Airport or via Miri Airport then Mulu Airport). By Boat: it takes one whole day from Kuala Baram to Mulu Melinau River.