Morning Dolphin Cruise
Join a cruise crisscrossing the mouth of the Santubong River in search of the unique Irrawaddy Dolphin. The Irrawaddy dolphin inhabits rivers, estuaries and shallow coastal areas. The dolphins often swim and dive around small fishing boats in the estuary.
Pick up from hotel, drive from Kuching for about 30 mins to the Santubong Boat Club. Board a small boat and start your cruise at the mouth of the Santubong & Salak Rivers. Go in search of the elusive and rare Irrawaddy dolphin, which is quite common in this area. The Irrawaddy dolphin lives in rivers, estuaries and shallow coastal waters and Santubong is one of the best places in Sarawak to see this unusual looking dolphin. Return to the boat club around noon and transfer by road back to your hotel in Kuching.Note: Dolphin sightings are not guaranteed. 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. This tour is not always possible during the wet season (November - February) owing to sea conditions.
THINGS TO BRING: Please bring hat, water bottle and sun blockBorneo Eco Tours is moving towards a plastic-free environment, so, please join our movement by bringing your own refillable water bottle during your time with us.
Tours and transfers and English speaking guide.
Domestic airfare, camera fee and items not mentioned.
Note on Travel Insurance
Customers are encouraged to purchase their own travel insurance before travelling to Borneo. We recommend you to select a travel insurance policy that covers not only your medical expenses (including emergency repatriation) but also personal liability, cancellation, curtailment and loss of luggage. Doing so can prevent major disruptions and additional costs.
Rates For Travelling Until 31 March 2019
MYR 360 per person
Rates For Travelling From 01 April 2019 and Onwards
MYR 382 per person
Please be informed that the prices are nett and inclusive of 6% SST for accommodations, meals, tours, and transfers under the Malaysian Law.