Wetlands Wonders (Evening Tour)
The Kuching Wetlands National Park a designated RAMSAR site (www.ramsar.org) is one of the most bio-diverse national parks in all of Sarawak. Take on our Wetlands Wonders excursions to truly experience this unique feature of wild Borneo.
- Land transfers (Surcharge applies for hotel pickups outside of Kuching City)
- All boat charges
- An English speaking host/leader
- Dinner Pack & Light refreshments
- Alcoholic or canned beverages
- All other items not listed above
- Gratuities to Local Staff (at your discretion)
Commences 3:45pm from The Singgahsana Lodge, Kuching
Commences 5 pm from The Village House, Kampung Santubong
Be awed by the spectacular Santubong and Kuching Wetlands National Park coastlines as you cruise along spotting the resident pods of rare Irrawaddy Dolphins barrel rolling in the surf. Venture into the many meandering tributaries of this important wildlife area, the natural habitat of the Proboscis Monkeys, Silver Leaf Monkeys, Macaques, Estuarine Crocodiles and strange looking mudskippers to name a few. As dusk falls, be awed by the wonderful palette of the setting sun and the mysticism of this unique area during the magic blue hours before darkness envelopes the land. In the pitch black darkness of night, your expert boatman navigates into the little backwaters and suddenly a rhythmic dance of thousands of fairy lights of fireflies twinkle around you. Your delight at this spectacle is also marked by a slight sense of suspense as your guide spotlights onto the mud banks picking out red eyes of the resident crocs as they start their night hunt. In no time you are back on the main waterway making your way back to shore for your onward transfer back to your hotel. Another exciting Borneo experience under your belt.
Welcome to the Kuching Wetlands National Park a designated RAMSAR site and one of the most bio-diverse and important national parks in Sarawak.
Cruise the picturesque Santubong and Pasir Pandak coastlines and try to spot the resident pods of rare Irrawaddy Dolphins barrel rolling in the surf and then go in search of Estuarine Crocodiles and Proboscis and other species of Monkeys.
On board, enjoy the magnificent Borneo sunsets and as night falls we marvel at the fireflies dancing in the moonlight and pick out the red eyes of the crocodiles lying in wait for an evening snack.
We would recommend long-sleeved t-shirts and trousers, comfortable hiking boots, large brimmed hat or cap, sunglasses and a light raincoat/ Poncho.
Mosquito repellent, small personal first aid kit, spare t-shirt, camera, handphone, a copy of your passport’s photo ID page, spare batteries, Lens, light rain coat/ Poncho, Day Bag, anything else you can’t do without.
No, not here but the wetlands offers a wide variety of wildlife to compensate for that.
No. The Mangroves are not that friendly
Yes, you can as long as it is being used for personal use only.
No, not at this time.
Yes, you can but only if it is kept out of sight of the monkeys…Very cheeky the Long Tailed Macaque, they may jump on the boat!
No, but we will provide you with mineral water. If you would like to bring extra or soft drinks, then you can…please no Alcohol
There are Estuarine Crocodiles & Irrawaddy Dolphin roaming around here if the tides and time is right. An abundance of birds, some local others migratory, Proboscis & Silver Leaf Monkeys. Long Tailed Macaque monkeys. Snakes, Mudskippers, Exotic Flowers, fireflies and abundance of crabs etc that make the mangrove what it is.
Just 45 minutes if the traffic is in your favour from The Singgahsana Lodge and 5 minutes from The Village House.
It is the only way to get up close and almost personal with the critters that reside amongst the mangrove trees and mudflats.
No, definitely not!
You can book a tour with Borneo Experiences on line or call into the Singgahasana Lodge in Kuching and book from there.