|No. of Pax||Adult (MYR/Pax)||Adult (Single Supplement)||Child / Pax (Share Room With 1 Adult – With bed)||Child / Pax (Share room with 2 Adults)|
|11 Pax & above||RM 730||+RM 150||RM 630|
|6-10 Pax||RM 780||+RM 150||RM 680|
|3-5 Pax||RM 830||+RM 150||RM 730|
|2 Pax||RM 860||+RM 150||RM 760|
|1 Pax (Single Traveller)||RM 1,250||–||–|
OPTIONAL ADD ON TOUR :
|Add On Tour||Adult (MYR/pax)||Child (MYR/pax)|
|Bornean Sun Bear Conservation Centre||60||30|
1) Infant below 3 years old is Free of Charge.
2) Child rate: Applied to child aged 3 – 10 years old.
3) Above 10 years old considered as adult, and adult rate will be applied.
SINGLE TRAVELER AND GROUP TRAVEL:
1) Single Traveller Rate applied to solo traveller who travel alone.
1) Federal Tourism and Culture Ministry of Malaysia has imposed a Malaysian Tourism Tax (TTX) effective from September 2017. Foreign tourists are required to pay a flat rate of MYR 10 per room per night regardless of hotel star level. The tax will be collected from every check in guest directly at the resort which is not included in the package.
2) All rate are quoted in Ringgit Malaysia & Nett (No hidden cost unless otherwise stated).
3) All passports and visas must be valid at least 06 months from the date of entry into the country destination.
Return Land Transfer
Return Boat Transfer
One (1) Lunch, One (1) Dinner, One (1) Breakfast
Visit to Sepilok Orang Utan Rehabilitation Centre
Activities as Stated in Itinerary
English Speaking Guide
Camera Fees (If any)
Malaysian Tourism Tax (TTX)
Others not stated
Sun Block Lotion
Headlamp / Torch Light
Extra cloth/swimming suit for snorkelling
Hat & Raincoat
Special things to note when you enter to Selingan Turtle Island:
Turn off flashlight on your camera because turtles are sensitive to light.
Stay quite and move slowly while watching turtle nesting.
Keep your distance from the turtle and stand behind the nesting turtles.
Do not stand in the way of hatchlings going into the sea.
Do not touch the turtles.
Video cameras are not allowed.
Visitors are forbidden from going around the island on their own from 1800hrs – 0600hrs.
There is no porter at the island, you have to carry your own luggage from the boat to your chalet.
Sightings of wildlife animals are not guaranteed.
Package prices are inclusive of land and boat transfer on the check-in and check-out day only. Additional fee will be charged for unscheduled transfers which is not include in the package.
After commencement of tour service there will be no refund in part or full, will be made for unused service/activity.
Borneo Calling will not be held liable for any delay, additional expenses of inconvenience which may be caused by directly or indirectly by events outside of the company control, such as late arrival of domestic or international flights, civil disturbances, fire, floods, unusually sever weather, act of God, act of Government, or the failure of any machinery or equipment.
In the unlikely event that the dive trip is cancelled due to bad weather, rough and dangerous sea conditions, a natural disaster, an act of God, war, political unrest, a danger to passengers, or the boat, then the operator has the right to cancel or delay the departure. The operator withholds the rights to change the planned itinerary, leave for jetty early or change the schedule.
Borneo Calling cannot be held responsible, or in any liable, for any injury, property losses, personal losses, accidents, death or damage to personal equipment for any reason whatsoever, whether through acticity booked through us or caused to you by third parties, during your stay, or during participation in any activity.
We strongly recommend that all guests take up adequate travel insurance that covers accident, loss caused by cancellations, loss of baggage, personal property, medical expenses, medical evacuation and weather disruption that caused any acitivity cancellations.
All guest will be required to read and sign the company Standard Liability Form and other related forms before tour commence.
The safe keeping of your personal belongings are at your own responsibility.
Not recommended to bring valuable items with you.
Start your 2D1N Selingan Turtle Island Trip. Our guide will be pick you up from your hotel lobby or Sandakan Airport at 10:00 am.
At 10:45 am, your 2D1N Selingan Turtle Island Trip begin. It will take approximately one hour boat ride from the jetty to turtle Island, which lies 40km north of Sandakan in the Sulu Sea off Sabah’s east coast. Selingan Turtle Island is the main nesting area for Green Turtles and Hawksbill Turtles. Upon arrival, check in to your basic accommodation and have lunch. Free at own leisure. After dinner, be prepare, park ranger will alert you if there are turtles come ashore to lay their eggs. You can witness the collecting of eggs from the nesting site, planting them in the hatchery and also take part in the release of baby turtle hatchlings.
Overnight at Selingan Turtle Island Chalet.
Breakfast and check out. At 0700 hrs, take an hour boat ride return to Sandakan.
After that, proceed to Sepilok Orang Utan Rehabilitation Centre. Watch the orang utan – “Man of The Forest”, up close in their natural habitat. Besides, you can witness the feeding process of the orang utan by the rangers at feeding platform!
Tour end. Transferred to airport or your respective hotel.
The set up of Selingan Turtle Island Chalet is pretty basic. A total number of 25 air conditioned room with ceiling fan and attached bathroom are available here. Facilities in Selingan Turtle Island Resort includes restaurant, exhibition hall and a small shop selling drinks and other simple commodities.
The length of the time required to complete the nesting process differs among species. A Howksbill Turtle may take 1 to 2 hours to complete nesting. For Green Turtle, it may take 2 to 3 hours. It is a slow process as the female turtles crawls to a dry part of the beach, fling away loose sand with her flippers, lay and bury their eggs for incubation before making their way back into the sea. Each time they can lay about 80 to 120 eggs, depending on the species. Freshly laid eggs will then relocated by park rangers to the hatchery site, and placed them into a man-made incubation chamber – which is around 60-75 cm deep inside the sand, to protect them from natural predators. Each nest has an information board stated the date of collection and number of eggs transplanted.
Incubation takes about 60 days, but since the temperature of the sand governs the speed at which the embryos develop, the hatching period can cover a broad range. Essentially, the hotter the sand surrounding the nest, the faster the embryos will develop. Cooler sand has a tendency to produce more males, with warmer sand producing a higher ratio of females. Hatchlings usually emerge from their nest after dusk when temperatures are cooler. Baby turtles will erupt from the nest cavity as a group, and transfered by park ranger to the shore. If you’re lucky, you can witness and participate in baby turtles realeasing activity!
It is estimated that only 1 out of 1000 baby turtles will survive to adulthood. Hence, baby turtles have to be released soonest possible once they emerged to increase their chances of survival. The longer they are kept, the weaker they are, and thus more vulnerable to predators.