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Rhino Conservation Expedition

Tabin was declared a wildlife reserve because of the large numbers of wildlife and birds inhabiting its jungle, many of which are endemic and endangered species. Amongst them is the most endangered of the rhino species, the Sumatran rhino.  Tabin is suspected to have one of the last remaining populations of the Sumatran rhino in Borneo

This is an excellent program enabling the participants to sample the best of what Tabin has to offer- a comfortable stay at the charming Tabin Wildlife Resort with a jungle expedition where your contribution will help the Sabah Wildlife Department and SOS Rhino Borneo in their efforts to protect one of the last populations of Sumatran rhinos in Borneo.

Tabin’s charming timber bungalow Lipad Café at Tabin Wildlife Resort

Fun at the mud volcano Hornbills can be easily sighted

Wild elephants at Tabin Wildlife Resort Lipad waterfall, a perfect place to unwind

Communal lunch  after a tough jungle-trek Camp- making and jungle living

Food plant eaten by rhino Fresh wallow used by rhino

Rhinoceros hoof prints along the riverbank Rhinoceros dung after 2 -3 days

For booking and further information, please contact:

Tabin Wildlife Kota Kinabalu Office:
Lot 11-1, 1st Floor
Block A, Damai Point
Jln Damai
88300 Kota Kinabalu
Sabah Malaysia
Tel: 60 88 267 266
Fax: 60 88 258 266

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