Earth Lodge is an ecolodge and a field research centre located about 14km in the jungles of Ulu Muda. Visitors have to travel by local sampans (wooden boats) across Muda Lake and up the Muda River before arriving at Kuala Labua (kuala means river mouth in Malay), usually reached in one and a half hours
Ever fancied at getting involved with Tiger Conservation? Did you know that Malaysia now only has 250-340 Malayan Tigers lett in the wild! Action has to start now and you can be a part of it! You can join us for any number of weeks or just a few days,to play your part in preserving the animals of the worlds oldest rainforest
Your first week will be spent around Taman Negara, you will help us in tiger conservation via looking for signs of poaching in the forest. Did you know that there are only 250-340 MalayanTigers left in the wild!
You will be part of a community and conservation effort to help save the once nomadic people's skills and crafts as well as the animals that live in the forests. The Senoi tribe once lived a nomadic lifestyle in the nearby rainforests but in 1960's they were removed from the forests so their ancestral lands could be flooded for a reservoir
Conservation treks will always involve recording presence of various species using GPS via finding pugmarks, scratch marks, calls, scats and/or hairs. Signs of species such as Asian elephants, cats, dhole, sun bear, Malayan tapir and Malayan gaur are commonl
Through our Dive Research project you will join hands with researchers to help collect data which will be used to help decision makers like the Marine Park’s Department decide how to protect the coral reefs and seagrass beds in the islands. You will be be based in the village allowing you to understand more about the local culture.
Join fellow turtle conservationists and adventure seekers on an expedition not to be forgotten. Wake up to the most beautiful sunrises, walk on beaches where no tourists have been, collect vital sea turtle population data and join local villagers of Terengganu, Malaysia