Nipah Lodge

Address: Labuk Bay, Sandakan, Sabah, 90000, Malaysia | Lodge
 
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      Waking to the Gong

      A travel blog entry by bubblyb23 on Jan 02, 2015

      6 photos

      ... this walking through the forest. The boat is sent to pick us up half way back so that we can make it back in time for lunch. My pants are all muddy, I stink from sweat, time to change and a cool drink. Oops you guessed it the gong goes again. Time for lunch. After lunch was free time, it was raining so we decided to chill over a couple of vodkas. Gong goes again, time for afternoon boat ride for 2 hours. Bevan suggests we do not go as it is going to rain, but being ...

      Borneo!

      A travel blog entry by ginanao on Nov 30, 2014

      2 comments, 42 photos

      ... the herd but most of them had hidden themselves in the forest so we could only see around 10. The Pygmy elephant is native to Borneo and it’s the smallest species of elephant in the world. However they are still formidable creatures and it’s strange to see their huge forms disappearing so easily into the brush!

      Upon arrival at the centre we paid our dues, which were pretty overpriced for the facilities you actually get. However they know that they have ...

      The Magic of Kinabatanga

      A travel blog entry by skjaer on Nov 27, 2014

      1 comment, 39 photos

      ... water spraying skyward, babies with their moms. And the babies were so cute. While the pygmy elephants are perhaps half the size of regular elephants, just imagine seeing babies that are so much smaller still. We stayed and watched the whole procession, along with a few other boats of people (we had our boat to ourselves for both river safaris). Truly a magical moment again. I posted some photos of this here, but nothing compared to what might have been... But in a separate ...

      Orangutang's and Rain

      A travel blog entry by brettandemma on Nov 10, 2014

      22 photos

      ... a rain forest) the chances were slimmer. There is however feeding hours twice a day where people who work there drop off a big bag of fruit for some of the orangutang's but it is up to the orangutang's if they want to come or not. We waited in the rain for the feeding and luckily we saw a young little orangutang, a right little character keep swinging around, almost showing off waiting for feeding time. When the food come out another bigger orangutang arrived which sort of scared ...

      I blame David Attenborough

      A travel blog entry by jacquiohare on Oct 11, 2014

      7 photos

      ... to eat and cost $4000 a kilo. To stop over harvesting there is a strictly 4 monthly cycle in which they can
      harvest and in certain areas.

      Take a look at the pics, K and Rod took when they visited. I didn't like the photos they took the first time around so I made them go back in with my camera and take more, and they did! Whilst I was stood outside minding the bags, I got talking to a couple of blokes who had just come out, ...