This was a real tick on my bucket list- certainly for me absolutely fantastic. We stayed at the Sepilok Nature Resort for a couple of nights and I am so glad we did as we were able to go back and forward to the sanctuary...More
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We visited Sepilok Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre in the afternoon and there was quite a crowd as it was during the one-week school holiday in October. Whilst we were fortunate to have seen orangutan in the wild in Lower Kinabatangan, it is still worthwhile and interesting...More
My husband wanted to see the Orang Utan's up close and personal and with this trip that's exactly what we got, starting with in the nursery watching them amble towards you and the feeding platforms all different ages and sizes, it took your breath away,...More
We visited here on two days for the morning and afternoon sessions in order to maximize our photo opportunities. We too lots of great photos using a Nikon D750 and a tripod. Well worth the visit!
After having seen numerous orang utans in the wild in the Danum Valley - it was still quite an experience to see them here - to be able to study them close up at the Sanctuary. The sanctuary is doing a great job with the...More
My girlfriend, her 7 year old daughter and I visited the sanctuary. 6 Orang Utans came for the feeding. There was a age range in the visitors so had a good experience. Also a young orang utan came very near us and walked quite away...More
Enjoyed our visit here, saw many orangutans of various ages, even some infant ones. Viewing area with A/C is a welcome relief from the punishing heat. The virign rainforest is worth seeing in itself with the majesty of the Dipterocarps have to be seen to...More
There are two main attractions. Firstly the feeding of the young orangutans - this takes place in an area where you observe from behind a glass screen. There are significant reflections in the glass to make good photographs near-impossible. Although the viewing area is nicely...More