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Lupa Masa Rainforest Camp

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Reviewed 12 May 2016

We booked Lupa Masa on the recommendation of a friend and weren't disappointed. From meeting Nick in Poring, to being escorted out on our last day to ensure we made it safely to our next pick-up point, it was flawless. We were put up in...More

Thank BriennaH
Reviewed 2 May 2016

Great location for spotting small animals. A guide takes you out, once the night has fallen, on a walk, looking for all kind of small wildlife. Special insects, frogs, millipedes, moths, etc... can be seen.

1  Thank Stefan B
Reviewed 20 April 2016 via mobile

My boyfriend and I stumbled upon Lupa Masa as most do on their travels—through the ever so insightful Lonely Planet. The book describes the camp as a bit rustic with lots of bugs, but still worth a shot. So we thought, what the heck? We're...More

2  Thank Abbey B
Reviewed 12 April 2016 via mobile

I really enjoyed my stay at Lupa Masa! They. Guys that work there are so nice and incredibly knowledgable about the area. The area is beautiful! Definitely a place for people that are more outdoorsy and don't mind a little dirt and a few bugs....More

2  Thank eviemae8
Reviewed 11 April 2016

I spent two nights in Lupa Masa with my girlfriend and I had an overall quite good experience. But I have to say that I am a marine biologist from Europe and it was my first jungle experience so I was pretty much amazed by...More

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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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Yana A
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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