Maratua Trip

Maratua Trip Towards the end of November 2019, Simon Enderby and Gil Woolley joined the intrepid explorers from KL based ‘DiveOrbit’, on a week’s adventures around the East Kalimantan Islands of Maratua, Kakaban, Sangalaki and all waters in-between! With flat seas, sunshine and white fluffy clouds, our arrival at the Maratua Blue Resort was impressive to say the least. Newly … Read More

SZtv Wins ‘Best Social Media Contributor’ Award

We, the Scubazoo family, are really excited and proud to announce that SZtv won the ‘Best Social Media Contributor’ award at the prestigious Sabah Tourism Awards 2019 that was held at the Magellan Hotel, Sutera Harbour Resort last weekend. The event was officiated by Sabah Deputy Chief Minister cum Minister of Tourism, Culture, and Environment, Datuk Christina Liew. Assistant Minister … Read More

SunLife – Nature’s perfect predator

Kerisha and the crocodiles. There are few creatures in the natural world we have a full understanding of. Far more often we impose grossly exaggerated reputations on our natural neighbours

Ethical Hedonist – BJD: Pythons

In the latest episode of Borneo Jungle Diaries, get set for a Pythonesque night to remember….They come in all shapes, colours and sizes! Snakes are much to be feared…or are they?

Clean Malaysia – Heading off on some Jungle Adventures

First, Aaron “Bertie” Gekoski, an award-winning wildlife photographer and television presenter, introduced us to the heroic men and women who are helping save Sabah’s endangered wildlife. He did so in a series of short online documentariesJoin called “Borneo Wildlife Warriors” with stunning camerawork and revealing interviews.

Highest (160 species) snake diversity in the world

RICHARD Burger, SZtv’s latest star in its Borneo Jungle Diaries series, grew up with a passion for wildlife, fuelled by travelling to exotic locations to see animals in the wild and volunteering with wildlife organisations at home in the UK and abroad.

Snakes are not just for handbags

Beyond its beautiful skin that is rapidly exploited to make shoes, bags and other leather products, reticulated pythons serve a far more important role in preserving the ecosystem.

Otters and their importance to Sabah’s ecosystem (VIDEO)

Otters are a fragile species whose survival is critical to ensure a balanced ecosystem. In the fourth episode of Borneo Jungle Diaries webseries, Sabahan Leona Wai demonstrates how the carnivorous species controls the population of their prey.