Combining workshops in the field, lectures, active wildlife collecting, and laboratory work, our experts will guide you through all the steps of scientific research. International experts will be engaged to teach you how to describe, name, and publish scientific papers with new species descriptions.



The next Expedition to Borneo will take place from 4th to 14th March 2018 in Sabah, Malaysia. You will have nine days of unique hands-on biological field work in a professional research center in one of the world’s biodiversity hotspots.

We will stay at Maliau Basin Studies Centre, located in the very heart of the tropical rainforest with large areas yet to be explored and documented. Maliau Basin, known as "Sabah’s Lost World", is one of the few remaining untouched wilderness areas in the world. MBSC has a library, an auditorium, and modern labs with all the necessary equipment for scientific research that will be available to us.

Here you can find details about our next Expedition. Contact us via for more details and to book a place!

Durmitor Mountain

This breathtaking limestone massif is part of Durmitor National Park located in Northern Montenegro. Formed by glaciers and traversed by rivers and underground streams, it harbors extraordinary biodiversity and includes 50 mountain peaks higher than 2000 m above sea level. This sublime mountain region, clothed in pine forests and fringed by the staggering Tara River Canyon, the second deepest gorge in the world, will impress you forever!

Our first expedition to Durmitor will take place from 9 to 20 July, 2018. The exact program can be found here. Contact us via for more details and to book a place!



Taxon Expeditions mobilizes nature enthusiasts for hands-on field research on the "little things that run the world"

Ongoing Expedition to Borneo, day 3: Sampling freshwater fauna.
From the jungle
Expedition to Borneo: lab work