Sarawak Wildlife Santubong River Cruise
- Nature / Eco
- Price from:
- 320 MYR /person
- +603-2026 8668
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- Payment Types:
- Credit Card
- Travellers cheque
- Wire Transfer
Last updated: 03/24/2009
This tour takes you around the rivers of the Santubong Peninsular, offering you the chance of seeing some of Sarawakâs fascinating wildlife.
The cruise starts at the Sarawak Boat Club. From there your boat cruises to the mouth of the Santubong River, where Irrawaddy Dolphins are often spotted. Your boat then cruises around the mangrove swamps in search of the rare proboscis monkeys. Small groups are often seen in the treetops at the waters edge. During night fall, we proceed further to search for fireflies and crocodiles. Crocodiles are often seen on the mud banks. After searching for crocodiles your boat proceeds further up river where fireflies gather at night. Watch the fireflies move around the branches of the mangroves, momentarily lighting up the night sky.
- Inclusions -
- Boat Cruise
- Exclusions -
- Personal Insurance / Expenses
- Extras -
- Notes: Surcharge at RM 50 per person for 2 Ways Transfer (Ex-Damai)
Surcharge at RM 30 per person for 1 Way Transfer (Ex-Damai)
Please wear comfortable Walking Shoes, Mosquito Repellant, Long Pants
Due to vagaries of wildlife behaviour and weather, we are unable to guarantee the sightings of these elusive turtles and as such no refunds would be entertained.
The above package requires a minimum of 2 persons
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