Monkey Business in Borneo

The world's third largest island has a remarkable past and a great tourism future. One of the reasons the future is so bright is that people like Albert Teo, founder of Borneo EcoTours and my co-author on Saving Paradise: The Story of Sukau Rainforest Lodge, jumped into ecotourism before it was well known and succeeded with little assistance.

Rescued Orangutans can be seen at Sepilok Orangutan Sanctuary

As an ecotourism pioneer, Albert and his team have faced many challenges in establishing an ecolodge, but Sukau Rainforest Lodge is a wonderful place to stay and a great example of sustainability practices in action.

To read more, click here to a recent travel story I wrote.

To visit Sukua Rainforest Lodge go to


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