MALAYSIA ECOTOURISM HOLIDAYS
FEATURED MALAYSIA ECOTOURISM HOLIDAYS
Choose one of our amazing responsible tourism packages.
19 days / 18 nights
- Experience the wonders of Borneo’s nature and wildlife in Sabah
- Experience Bidayuh and Melanau cultures in Sarawak
- Climb the Mulu Pinnacles
6 days / 5 nights
- Visit orangutans at the Sepilok Orangutan Rehabilitation Center
- 3 day Kinabatangan River safari
- Wildlife spotting in Danum Valley
10 days / 9 nights
- Geared for solo female travelers, but perfect for all solo travelers who want to experience Malaysia
- Great mix of beach, city, nature, cuisine, and culture
BEST MALAYSIA ECOTOURISM HOLIDAYS
Awesome eco tours in Malaysia and Borneo.
Custom Malaysia Tours with a Focus on Responsible Travel.
Here at Top Peak Travel, we are dedicated to conservation, sustainability, and community development. We know that we have to do our part so that future generations can enjoy all the amazing aspects of Malaysia that we enjoy today.
Our particular area of focus is Borneo. Borneo is where we live and it really means a lot to us to see Borneo stay the amazing place it has been and currently is. There is amazing culture here and amazing natural wonders.
Responsible travel or ecotourism is the major factor in every tour we design and sell, but if you want something more, something that gives you the opportunity to get involved in directly, we will build something special for you.
We have a large network of NGOs and community development projects that we can pair you with to give you an meaningful experience in Malaysia and Borneo. Responsible tourism is not just about seeing, but it’s about doing.
Whether you are an individual traveler wanting to make a difference or looking to take on an ongoing project for your school groups, Top Peak Travel can help you make a difference when you visit Malaysia.
About Responsible Travel in Malaysia and Borneo
Responsible travel is all about having a positive impact on the places you visit. Malaysia and Borneo are no different in that regard.
This is one of the most biodiverse places in the world. On top of that, much of Malaysia and Borneo remain underdeveloped and many people throughout still live in poverty. These are important points to remember when traveling in Malaysia, or anywhere for that matter.
Our rain forests and oceans are under constant threat from a range of dangers. Tourism is one of those dangers. High impact tourism activities have detrimental effects on wildlife, plant life, ocean life, and the people who live here to name a few.
For us here at Top Peak, responsible tourism is a necessity. It just makes sense.
Top Peak Travel Responsible Tourism Practices:
..Dedication to low impact tourism activities.
…Active involvement in and development of conservation and community development projects.
….Involving visitors to Borneo in conservation and community development projects.
…..Providing monetary support for NGOs and grassroots organizations who are making a difference.
……Promoting tourism products that benefit conservation and community development.
……..Practicing sustainable operations.