Dolphin Watching and Satang Island ( Day Trip )
Pick up at 0830hrs, drive from Kuching for about 45 mins in the direction of Damai beach. Board a small boat and start your cruise at the mouth of the Santubong & Salak Rivers. There is a chance to spot the elusive and rare Irrawaddy dolphin, which is quite common in this area. Sightings are, however, guaranteed. Head out to the South China Sea for Satang Island. This island is part of the Talang-Satang National Park and is a turtle nesting ground. Green Turtles and the rare Hawksbill Turtles lay their eggs on Satang Island. See the turtle hatchery and get an idea of conservation work being done to help these highly endangered sea creatures. Spend time on the island’s white sandy beach or go snorkelling. In the shallow waters off the island, enjoy the corals and the marine life. A packed lunch and refreshments will be provided. Retrace your journey in the mid afternoon. En route you will have a chance to spot birds at Tukong Ara Island, a protected islet that is a breeding colony for various species of terns. Return transfer to your hotel.
Since you may be exposed to the hot tropical sun we strongly recommend that you bring along a cap, sun shades and sun block. Insect repellent is also recommended.
Pick up and drop off at hotel, tour as stated above, packed lunch, guiding on tour with English speaking guide and 6% Goods & Service Tax.
Juices, carbonated & alcoholic beverages, tips for guide & driver
2 adults per order
Surcharge will apply, please contact us for more information.
We reserve the right to cancel or postpone this tour in case of heavy rain or bad weather conditions. This tour is not available during the monsoon season (November to March) owing to rough sea conditions.
These tours operate on the principle that you may be in a small group of other people.
Child (5 – 11 years)
Infant (Aged 4 years and below)