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Lupa Masa Rainforest Camp

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

It's a 25minute hike to the Lupa Masa rainforest camp from the village of pouring. it is an ideal retreat for those seeking to go back to the basics and wanting to immerse yourself in nature... The camp is hidden away far from the palm...More

Thank ArielleSherriff
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Despite All the great reviews, our experience was bad and we left after one night. The location is great, but everything looks very rundown. We didn’t expect Any luxury at All, but it felt the whole place wasn’t used/serviced for a long time. The food...More

1  Thank Doesje F
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I don't get all of these 5 star reviews. I can rough it with the best of them, but we paid $60 night for a "chalet" (wood shack) and a plate of fried noodles. Tom, If you are going to provide camping style accommodations, then...More

2  Thank clinesmiths
Reviewed 10 December 2017

It was an hour hike in the heat of the day, through crazy mud, to get to the camp. The camp was nice and rustic, there was a beautiful mountain stream (nothing has ever felt better after a hot hike!) and the two teens who...More

Thank jwdmeow
Reviewed 1 December 2017

For an amazing adventure in the jungle away from the materialistic cities, this is the place! First of all you have to hike 2 km with just a day pack as part of the adventure. We were met in Poring by two of the best,...More

Thank Ron E
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clinesmiths
23 November 2017|
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Response from Mountaineer888 | Reviewed this property |
hi there.the place is in the middle of the forest that's why it's hard for them to check the inquiries online. pls add me on facebook and i will give you the fb account of the staff there. thanks. AGAT DUMA is my fb... More
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15 October 2015|
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Response from beadybrt | Reviewed this property |
Unlikely. Lupa masa is a walk in, rustic jungle camp. But if you book it through adventure alternatives Borneo they may be able to arrange transport from the airport to Poring Hotsprings, where you would meet your guide... More
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"umm...?? Tents look ok for a third the price"
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"Try the chalet near the river if you like the roar at night!"
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"Wooden Suite for a view on the river"
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"Lupa Masa is just under half way from KK to Sandakan. So you can go onwards to Sandakan by bus/hitchhike from..."
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