Nipah Lodge

Address: Labuk Bay, Sandakan, Sabah, 90000, Malaysia | Lodge
 
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    Travel Blogs from Sandakan

    Welcome to the Jungle

    A travel blog entry by harry_emma on Apr 23, 2015

    19 photos

    ... far from the lodge, hovering near a sandy bank, we assumed normally a croc lays here but no sighting as of yet. Just as we started pulling away the light bounced off a set of eyes on the surface, we edged closer to a croc but it was ************ster, a baby one no bigger than my forearm bobbing around. The rest of sightings were mainly birds, a few owls which creepily stared back at us until we moved on, as well as a sparrows nest which at first we thought were bats, ...

    Borneo's Biodiversity Bonanza Part 1

    A travel blog entry by joncourt on Feb 15, 2015

    2 comments, 11 photos

    ... the low down on what should unfold later and learnt about the remarkable life cycle of these giant turtles. During their lifetime the females travel for thousands of miles through the oceans. They reach sexual maturity after 20 to 30 years and when they have mated (goodness knows how they find a male to have jiggy with!) they return to the island where they first hatched. At high tide they clamber 50m up the beach, dig a large hole, lay 50 to 150 eggs and cover them ...

    The Wrath Of The Transport Lords

    A travel blog entry by michael.bell on Jan 12, 2015

    10 photos

    ... almost have me believe that God created it. I resurfaced in a fit of joy and came together with the rest of the crew who had gained a similar experience without the intervention of others. Once on the boat I recounted my tale to Anna and expected a similar one in return, but neigh her mocking of me had a cruel twist,for on this occasion she had not seen the shark at all and as the time had come to return to shore, she was left with only having seen its tail, whereas I ...

    Waking to the Gong

    A travel blog entry by bubblyb23 on Jan 02, 2015

    6 photos

    ... I said lets go. We had not been on the boat 5 minutes when down it came. Everyone was face down trying to keep as dry as possible under ponchos and rain coats. The boat just kept on going, this continued for about 20 minutes when there was a lapse in the rain. We did manage to see 3 hornbills, a crocodile and a few monkeys. But the rain got the better of us, but the boat kept on going. We were out for 2 hours if we liked it or not. We got home soaked through and only a few ...

    The Land Below the Wind

    A travel blog entry by bubblyb23 on Dec 30, 2014

    7 photos

    ... again we arrive back at the city centre. Time for a cold drink, a bite to eat in yet another little cafe. Many of the cafes here have multiple stores within one shop. You get your drink of one vendor, your food from another. When you have finished you pay one and they divide they money up as required. Any food or drink you buy is on a tab as such and you just pay when you have finished. Very civilised. Bevan decided it was time for a shave so like in holidays ...