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Utan Paradise Jungle Camp

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Ruotsinpyhtaa, Finland
Reviewed 13 September 2016 via mobile

Junglecamp is awesome place for hiking, bird watching, insect study, relax and lot more! Its really paradise for people like me, who is busy at his job but want to relax when at vacation. Inus is one of the best and kindest man i have ever met. Food is really good and acommondation is awesome, have you tried to stay...

Thank MaxTero
Reviewed 21 February 2016

What a great little camp! I loved this place, with the jungle on the doorstep, amazing views of the Crocker range and cute and characterful accommodation. The staff here are great and organised a jungle trek for us as well as showing us how to use traditional traps and blowpipes. The food is really good and the rooms and tents...

Thank Howellsey
Leeds, United Kingdom
Reviewed 2 September 2015

Absolutely amazing jungle experience! Inus the guide is so friendly and knowledgable! On the first day when he picked us up he took us to a local market to try all different foods and then to a local village to meet the people and swim in a picturesce lake. Iuns' family cooked us some unbelievable food, and we spent the...

1Thank LauraPipe91
Reviewed 25 April 2015 via mobile

The noise of the insects and animals is almost deafening at dusk and pleasantly comforting through out the night. Simple accommodation and food which is no less than you would expect or want visiting a pristine part of the Borneo Jungle. Inus who runs the Jungle camp is a generous man who is more than happy to pass on his...

3Thank Gary T
Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia
Reviewed 12 December 2014

so me and some friends planned for this trip in Nov and pick a date (6&7 Dec) it was 5 of us,the drive took around 1 hour plus but that's cool cause when you arrive there its just worth the travel! i love the place straightaway,the owner is friendly and oh how i love pets lol (he have cats and...

Thank Michelle F
Perth, Australia
Reviewed 15 October 2013

Experienced and knowledgeable guides, well priced, and you help out the local community! It's also great because Inus is flexible with dates etc., so don't worry if you decide to stay longer. You can pretty much do whatever you want, just ask! Great!

2Thank Silas P
Taguig City, Philippines
Reviewed 29 July 2013

My girlfriend and me had a great time at Utan Paradise Jungle Camp, thanks to Inus! Very cozy camp place, away from the road, So quiet we only heard the sounds of the jungle. The jungle itself is wonderful with a barely marked trek, animals, rivers and waterfalls, all known by Inus, who have been trekking here almost daily for...

3Thank Nicky_Precht
Reviewed 20 June 2013

The accommodation is in a great location and the trekking available is in pristine primary jungle. Inus, the guide and owner of the jungle camp is really knowledgable and accommodating. If you are looking for a proper local bush craft survivalist, Inus is your man! A true Ray Mears of the Borneo jungle, he is generous in passing on his...

5Thank Sarah J
Medan, Indonesia
Reviewed 21 May 2013

I can highly recommend Utan Paradise as a place to stay. Not only is it a short trip from KK it is situated on the edge of the Crocker Range NP. If your up for it you can disembark on treks into the forest from 1 night to 2 week long trips. Otherwise just relax around base camp enjoying the...

6Thank theheardle

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'Utan Paradise Jungle Camp' lies deep in primary forest of Crocker Range. A place where you can experience wilderness, nature and friendly people to treat you. You will be amazed with a great view of the rainforest and tranquility of the sound of the jungle. It’s a simple and endearing place, which consists of traditional timber huts with dormitory style beds, A-frames with comfortable tents and open-air dining, common bathrooms and cooking areas. ... more   less 

Additional Information about Utan Paradise Jungle Camp

Address: Km. 35, Kimanis Road Via Keningau | Crocker Range, Papar 89600, Malaysia
Region: Malaysia > Sabah > Papar
Number of rooms: 12
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“Rooms are tents with mattresses under an 'A-frame' hut. Go for one of the thicker mattresses.”
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