The Lost Girls in Borneo
The Lost Girls travel to Borneo, an island in Southeast Asia, for some of the world's best scuba diving and rarest wildlife.
The Lost Girls have traveled across 4 continents together, and now they’re back on the road again. This time, they're on a PADI scuba diving trip in Borneo.
The Lost Girls scuba dive off the magical island of Sipidan, popularized by Jacques Cousteau and believed to be one of the top diving destinations in the world.
“Live karaoke with the hipsters and cool kids of Sabah Island, Borneo.” – The Lost Girls
Bako National Park -- the oldest national park in Sarawak -- is famous for seeing the rare proboscis monkey.
The Lost Girls got a chance to see orangutans in their natural habitat at the Sepilok Orang Utan Santuary, set in the lush Kabili-Sepilok Forest Reserve.
Amanda, Holly and Jen take a boat to see the wildlife at Bako National Park.
Amanda takes the wooden walkway through the mangrove forest in Bako National Park.
Amanda, Holly and Jen surrounded by their new friends in Borneo.
Jen and Amanda have a little fun with the signs in Borneo.
A look at a traditional village in Sabah, Borneo.
Fried bananas. Yum.
Jen, Holly and Amanda are suited up and ready to dive!
“On Sapah, we found a village town with the happiest children we've ever seen. Perhaps that's because there's 6 kids to every adult!" -- The Lost Girls
The Lost Girls’ new friends in Borneo.
“Just your average monitor lizard, showing up from out of the blue when you're eating lunch.” -- The Lost Girls
“Meet the world's smallest bear, the Sun Bear. It's sad to see them in a cage, but they actually have a lot of room to run around (and it’s sadly, the only way to protect them, for now).' -- The Lost Girls
The Sepilok Orang Utan Sanctuary's mission is to train orphaned or displaced apes to climb in their natural habitat. While being retrained for life in the jungle, visitors can get an close-up view of the orangutans.
The Lost Girls hiked Mount Kinabalu, Southeast Asia's tallest peak.