Crocker Range National Park, Sabah, is located on the island of Borneo, within the state of Sabah. Spanning an area of about 139,919 hectares, Crocker Range National Park, Sabah is a thickly forested terrain. The Padas River that offers the best opportunity for white water rafting in entire Borneo flows through Crocker Range National Park, Sabah.
You will get to see a diverse variety of tropical vegetation and wildlife in Crocker Range National Park, Sabah that you will not chance upon anywhere else in Borneo. You can spot the bright yellow colored Dillenia Suffruticosa and the parasitic rafflesia species known as the Rafflesia Pricie. Watch out for the orang utans, gibbons and the tarsier you might find staring at you through their round button-like eyes. That affable creature with bristles on their cheeks is a long-tailed macaque. Bears, marble cats and wild hogs might just pass you by. The birds are the most carefree of the lot that flits between the thick foliage.
You don't need to be a research scholar in botany to identify the five distinct types of vegetation in Crocker Range National Park, Sabah, which includes the montane forest, lower montane forest, upper montane dipterocarp forest and lower land forest. Due to the dearth of accessible roads, those who want to go trekking have to take to the local people's trails which curve their way through the dense rainforests into the mountains. For a thrilling, adventurous and an exhilarating jungle trekking experience you can follow the Salt Route. A four day trek through the trail fringed by forests and interrupted by the sparkling river water will bring you through two points of the Crocker Range National Park, Sabah. They are the Tikolod sub-station and Inobong sub-station.