The Danum Valley is renowned for its rich variety of both plants and wildlife. All of Sabah's mammals, including the orang utan, Bornean gibbon, leaf monkeys and even the rare rhinoceros are known to inhabit the region, giving Danum Valley a reputation for being one of the best places for viewing Borneo's wildlife. An international-standard lodge can accommodate up to 60 people. The limited accommodation ensures that this is not a mass market destination, but one designed for those with a serious interest in the rainforest. Danum Valley is reached via a short flight to Lahad Datu on Sabah's east coast. From Lahad Datu, the journey is by road to the Borneo Rainforest lodge. Overnight stays are possible, but those who are serious about their wildlife viewing should stay at least two nights.