Where Conservation Meets Meaningful Experiences.
Explore the beauty of nature while witnessing the nesting and hatching of these amazing reptiles in stunning surroundings.
Play a vital role in protecting nests, monitoring hatchlings, and contributing to essential research efforts.
Forge connections with like-minded conservationists, build lasting friendships, and grow personally while making a meaningful difference in our world.
Join us in making a positive impact through the power of teamwork and conservation!
Duration: 6 Days 5 Nights (Sunday to Friday)
Price: RM 1000 (subject to 6% tax)
What are you paying for?
Return speedboat transfer (between Kuala Besut and Bubbles Turtle Conservation)
5 Breakfast, 5 Lunch, 5 Dinner + Drinking water
5 nights accommodation (quad share, fan room)
Participation in Bubbles Turtle Conservation Project
3 specialized environmental education workshops
Participation on online conservation project
E-certificate of participation
Marine Park Fee
Besut District Council Fee
Sales & Service Tax 6%
Kota Bharu airport transfer
Other expenses not mentioned above
Who is eligible to participate?
The programme involves physically demanding outdoor activities and nightly patrols till the wee hours, so participation is recommended for individuals between 18 and 59 years old. Children and teenagers aged 6 to 17 can participate with the presence of a parent or legal guardian. Adults aged 60 years and above must obtain medical clearance from a doctor to participate.
You will partake in night patrols, occasionally under a starlit sky, where you will acquire invaluable knowledge by identifying mother turtles, gathering vital data, carefully relocating delicate eggs, and experiencing the awe-inspiring moment when baby turtles are released into their natural habitat.
The maintenance of the hatchery is essential, given the environmental wear and tear it endures. This safe haven provides a nurturing space for hatchlings, preparing them to embark on their incredible journey despite the challenging elements of their environment.
What will you be doing ?
By participating in beach clean-ups, you actively contribute to the preservation of these sacred nesting grounds, providing the mother turtles a clean and safe environment as they undergo the demanding process of nesting.
As an active participant, you will familiarize yourself with the material for turtle talks, empowering yourself to spread the message of turtle conservation far and wide.
Turtle Conservation Season
What to expect?
Water Safety, Snorkeling & Skin Diving Basics
Emphasizing the importance of safety in enjoying the natural environment, the workshop will cover topics such as buoyancy control, the proper use of equipment like masks and snorkels, and even introduce participants to introductory techniques in skin diving.
Turtle Nesting Habitat
The shoreline ecosystem is the nesting location for sea turtles. Trees impact the soil and sand, and their root network partially prevents beach erosion, providing suitable nesting ground. Many creatures call this habitat home, from small shoreline crabs to large monitor lizards.
Shore Reef Exploration
Using skills learned in Workshop 1, you will learn about the coral reef and its inhabitants, ranging from small barnacles and sea stars to fish of different shapes and colours. The workshop offers an opportunity to explore and learn about the diverse marine life residing in the coral reef.
"Being one of the happy or bored creatures in Bubbles community.”
Yoko Yu, CHINA