Selingan, the largest of the island, houses the park's headquarters, a turtle hatchery, tourist accommodation and basic facilities. The other two island are more for conservation activities.
As turtle landings usually occur after dusk, an overnight stay would be the best plan to see the turtles as they come ashore to lay their eggs, but shining a light on them or using camera flashes should be avoided as either can be stressful on the creatures.
Turtles lay their eggs throughout the year, but the best time to head to there is between July and October when the sea is calmer. Observe the collection of eggs, tagging of mother turtles and releasing of baby turtles into the sea.
Nestled along the riverbank of Kinabatangan River lies Borneo Nature Lodge - an eco-friendly resort, offering the comfort without compromising the green. A natural heaven for the outdoor enthausiast, Borneo Nature Lodge is your ideal lodging as you explore the melting pot od wildlife found here in Sukau.
The lower Kinabatnagan is one of Sabah most slpendid natural tresures and the area is teeming with many rare and endangered animal form the facinating proboscis monkey. Orang Utan, the estuarine crocodile, and a spectaular assembly of birdlife.
Sepilok is a primary lowland forest, a fine showcase of Borneo’s remaining rainforest. In this tour package, grab the opportunity to witness the feeding of Orang-Utan from a platform in the forest. Relax by the river before embarking by boat up-river along Sabah's longest river, Kinabatangan with opportunity to view wildlife and birds in its virgin rainforest habitat and search for some of the primates species including the endemic Proboscis Monkeys as they settle down on treetops. Kinabatangan Wildlife Sanctuary is on the best places in Southeast Asia to observe wildlife.visit the Gomantong Cave, famed for its edible birds' nests and explore the opening of SimudHitam cavern and cave system on boardwalk.