Terrapin Conservation Centre Observe and learn about the conservation efforts for the Batagur Baska—a Northern River Terrapin that is one of the three rarest turtle species in the world. Between the months of January and April, some 1,300 eggs are gathered from three conservation sites annually. The centre cares for approximately 1,350 animals at an instance and releases about 600 terrapins into the wild each year. Lunch Stop for a picnic lunch on your walk along scenic tropical fruit farms before continuing on your journey. Sekayu Waterfall Trek through a dense tropical rainforest to the top of the cascades; surrounded by verdure and a serene ambience. Opt to dip in cool waters or wander around the forest but remember to not stray far from the group, for your own safety.
Transfer from Kuala Terengganu to Terrapin Conservation Centre ( Batagur baska is a species of riverine turtle) at Bukit Paloh located on the bank of the Terengganu river. Some 1,300 eggs are collected from three conservation sites between January and April every year. The centre keeps about 1,350 animals at any one time and releases an average of 600 each year. Since the programme started, about 10,000 young river terrapins have been successfully released into the Terengganu River. Depart to Sekayu, Walk along the tropical fruit trees (durian, ciku, duku, rambutan, jambu batu, etc.) and orchid garden. (Please advice tropical fruit trees and orchid garden are seasoning) - Picnic Lunch - Trek through the tropical rain forest to the top layer of Sekayu Waterfall Surrounding by the green forest, dip in the cool water or just wander around the jungle. Transfer back to Kuala Terengganu