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Hot on the heels of announcing a launch in Vietnam only one month ago, Rove have again added to their ever-growing list of destinations with the launch of a new trekking tour through the wilds of Malaysian Borneo.
With 9 destinations now brought together, and Malaysia joining offerings in Vietnam, Thailand, Sri Lanka, Mongolia, Indonesia, Cambodia, Myanmar and Laos. Rove are getting ever-closer to offerings across the entire Asian continent.
The new 11-day tour is focussed on trekking through some of Borneo’s most remote wilderness, with some water-based activities thrown in to add some variety to the itinerary. The tour serves well as inspiration for what Rove can offer within Borneo, in terms of designing tailored adventures that truly escape the more congested areas and take travellers away from the well-beaten track.
“Our expansion into Borneo highlights our philosophy at Rove.” explains Holly Richter. “There are plenty of operators already at work in the region, finding a good supplier is not the issue here, as with many of Asia’s destinations. What is difficult is tracking down the right partners that really understand engaging, immersive experiences that go beyond your typical A-to-B departures, missing out on the important interactions that should be had along the way, and that’s what we seek to offer.”
Rove’s first Borneo adventure is already live on www.rove.travel and they are already accepting enquiries for tailored and private adventures in the region.
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