Kayaks and Beaches of Damai

Damai Peninsula 3-Day Beach Stay - Sarawak, Borneo

Prices from £228 pp

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Duration3 days / 2 nights (flexible)

LocationDamai Peninsula (Kuching)

Suitable for families

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Over the next few days, you can relax and take it easy with a stay on the golden beaches of the Damai Peninsular - sometimes called Santubong - just north of Sarawak’s capital Kuching. You can swim in the South China Sea, relax with a book by the pool and simply take it easy. During your stay, we've included a gentle downstream kayak with a guide on the river. You'll be surrounded by views of limestone rock formations and lush green rainforest, and can even visit a local Bidayuh tribe.

What's included

  • Accommodation – price based on 2 people sharing
  • Breakfast
  • Transfer from airport to hotel
  • Rainforest Kayaking trip (incl. transfers and guide)

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Arrival at Damai Beach

Whether you’re coming straight from Kuching Airport, or from elsewhere in Sarawak, we’ll arrange a transfer to take you straight to your hotel by the beach. Your afternoon is free to do as you please – relax by the pool, take a dip in the sea and watch the sunset. If you fancy a stroll then there is a little village nearby where you can pick up some local food.

Arrival at Damai Beach

Rainforest Kayaking

This morning your guide and driver will pick you up after breakfast and take you to the area of Bengoh, which is the starting point of your kayak adventure. You’ll paddle slowly down stream in a small group admiring the beauty of limestone rocks and rainforest surrounding. Your guide will stop at the friendly village of the Bidayuh tribe, where you can meet local people and have a refreshing dip in the river. You’ll arrive back at your hotel in the afternoon, and can spend the rest of the day however you choose.

Rainforest Kayaking

Departure from Damai Beach

It’s time to leave the beach behind, and we’ll arrange a transfer to the airport for you to meet your flight back home, or onto to your next destination.

If it’s the last place of your exciting Borneo trip, then you might feel like another day or two here – just have a chat with your Travel Specialist!

Girl watching the sunset on Permai bearch

Semenggoh Orangutan Centre

During your time in Kuching, you have the option to visit Semenggoh, a temporary home for various endangered wildlife in Sarawak, especially orang-utans that have either been orphaned or rescued from captivity. Here, they’re trained in all the survival skills, to venture out into the wild and fend for themselves. This tour can be arranged either in the morning or afternoon, to make sure it fits with your day and you get to see feeding time with the the orang-utans.

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£45 - per person

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River Sunset Cruise

If you fancy a river sunset cruise, then in the late afternoon you’ll head to the jetty and board your boat taking you along Kuching’s famous city river. This is a great way to view Kuching from a different angle and will transport you back to a time when goods were shipped across the city, before the invention of modern roads. Sit back and relax on the deck, get yourself a drink, and watch the sun go down over the horizon… Bliss!

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£25 - per person

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Sunset River Cruise in Kuching

Speak to our Borneo specialist, Miles

“I loved my first trip to Borneo so much that I recently returned to explore more! Best known for its orangutan, the island is full of adventure and variety. My customers often wow me with their wildlife photos, which makes me want to go back again and again!”

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