Overview

Sat on the western tip of Sarawak this pristine, untouched National Park is less explored by visitors due to it's remote location. It may be one of the smallest parks in Sarawak but it's one of the most beautiful.

Tanjung Datu is home to the Bornean Gibbon, Palm Civet, the rare and elusive Flat Headed Cat, Hornbill along with the endangered Green Turtle. Hawksbill Turtle also frequents here.

 

Duration: 3 days & 2 nights;

Departs: 08:00am

Depart Kuching and drive for approximately an hour to the seaside village of Sematan. From here you will take a 2 hour boat ride to Tanjung Datu.

Your stay will consist of trekking through the various trails in search of wildlife such as hornbill, palm civet cats, the elusive flat headed cat, wild boar, Gibbons, silver leaf monkeys and much more.  

Enjoy night walks keeping an eye out for slow loris, firefly and other nocturnal creatures. Spend your free time relaxing on the white sandy beaches, swimming in the blue waters and hopefully having a visit from one of the many turtles that call these beaches their home.

 

WE PROVIDE BRING WITH YOU YOU MAY NEED

English speaking guide;

National Park Entrance fee;

All meals:
              -Breakfast x 2,
              -Lunch x 3,
              -Dinner x 2
;

All return road and boat transfers from Kuching;

Accommodation (hostel room with twin beds)

 

Sunscreen
Mosquito  repellent
Raincoat
Toiletries
Sunhat
Trekking shoes (adidas kampung)
Leech sock
Headtorch
Swimming attire
Sandals or flip flop
Dry bag
*Flashlight
*Hammock
*(if trekking overnight in forest) 

Spare money for tips and gratituties

Extra momey for extra activities you find interesting

Helth insurance

Emergency evacuation

Dates & Bookings

Itinerary

Duration: 3 days & 2 nights;

Departs: 08:00am

Depart Kuching and drive for approximately an hour to the seaside village of Sematan. From here you will take a 2 hour boat ride to Tanjung Datu.

Your stay will consist of trekking through the various trails in search of wildlife such as hornbill, palm civet cats, the elusive flat headed cat, wild boar, Gibbons, silver leaf monkeys and much more.  

Enjoy night walks keeping an eye out for slow loris, firefly and other nocturnal creatures. Spend your free time relaxing on the white sandy beaches, swimming in the blue waters and hopefully having a visit from one of the many turtles that call these beaches their home.

 

*Minimum: 2 pax;
**The larger the group, the cheaper it gets!

 

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