Your day-by-day itinerary
Semenggoh Orangutan Centre
After breakfast this morning you’ll be picked up for a visit Semenggoh Rehabilitation Centre, a short drive away. Semenggoh is a temporary home for various endangered wildlife of Sarawak, especially orangutans that have either been orphaned or rescued from captivity. Here, they’re trained in all the survival skills for them to venture out into the wild and fend for themselves. You’ll be there for feeding time, ready for the once-in-a-lifetime experience of seeing these iconic Great Apes close up.
Arrival at the Damai Peninsula
Next, you’ll be transferred to the Damai Peninsula. Here you’ll be staying in a unique, eco-friendly property set in the rainforest, just next to the beach.
You’ll experience the sounds of the jungle, and also of the lapping waves from the sea. Best thing of all is that you’ll be staying in a tree-house!
It’s a great place to laze around, with a good restaurant on-site, but you can also organise kayaks, stand-up paddle boards and nature tours if you’re feeling a little more active.
*If the tree-houses aren’t available, there are also cabins as an alternative.
Santubong Wildlife Cruise
This afternoon you’ll travel to the Santubong Peninsular, where you’ll board a boat for a cruise down the Santubong River. As you float along the mangrove-lined rivers and estuaries you can keep an eye out for the area’s abundant wildlife, including the unusual looking Proboscis monkeys, crocodiles, and even the occasional Irrawaddy Dolphin. As the light fades, you’ll also get to admire the sight of the fireflies lighting up the sky, before being transferred back to your eco-resort for the evening.
Departure from Damai Peninsula
This morning, after some breakfast, it’ll be time to check out and head onto your next destination. If you like, you can take a last minute walk down to the beach and take in the views of the majestic Mount Santubong.
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