TAWAU HILLS PARK
Tawau is home to a breathtaking, untouched rainforest teeming with a vast array of biodiversity. We've documented 338 bird species, 107 mammal species, 51 snake species, and 84 frog species. Your daily activities will involve early morning, late afternoon, and nighttime excursions in search of the myriad of wildlife. We'll be on the lookout for the Red Leaf Langur, Gibbons, Hornbills, intriguing insects, frogs, and snakes. Please remember, we can't assure wildlife sightings as this is a wilderness, not a zoo!
Curious about your typical day?
Depending on your flight, you'll arrive before or after lunch You'll check into your room and relax At 4.30pm, you'll embark on a wildlife walk to explore the fauna This will be followed by dinner After dinner, a nighttime wildlife walk awaits!
The next morning at 7.00am, a morning walk to spot more wildlife
Breakfast will be served at 8.30am
From 10.00am to 4.30pm, you'll have ample time to tackle the longer trails at your leisure
Late in the afternoon, at 4.30pm, another wildlife walk is on the agenda
After dinner, another nighttime wildlife walk
Depending on your schedule, an optional morning walk
Finally, your adventure concludes
There is a choice of room without air conditioning or with air conditioning. If the latter, please give us advance notice. Basic amenities provided: blankets, power socket (type G, 3 pin, 240V, European or Australian type)
Hot showers not available, Men and women have separate toilets and bathroom
If you wish to book better accommodation , then please ask us beforehand. A private chalet can be arranged depending on availability. Amenities include kitchenette, filtered water (hot water from dispenser provided), mini fridge, basic utensils, living area
All the meals are provided by the Tawau Hills Park canteen which prepares simple local dishes such as Bakso (soup with meat balls), Nasi Kuning (turmeric rice), Chicken rice, local leafy vegetables