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Perhentian Turtle Conservation Volunteer program- Pulau Perhentian, Terengganu

 

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We are very excited about 2011 as this year we are expanding the project to protect a second sea turtle nesting beach, a weekly Turtles Need Trees Club at the primary school, a portable info booth which we will host at different locations around the islands and the volunteers will live in the village from the 2nd week.  All in all we will be injecting around RM1000 per volunteer per week into the village economy through employment, boat services, accommodation and food.  Additionally we are starting a brand new program on the mainland which will introduce you to Malaysian culture and conduct a track survey along 60km of unbroken beach.

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perhentian idyllic
snorkelling at the house reef diving in pristine waters
ray
but wait..there's more than that on this volunteer prog measuring the tracks and nest sites
working with the local schools having fun at the 'dinner' table
teaching the kids about their home and the importance of it all
they live on the island but have little knowledge of how to sustain their home
place to stay whilst working with the kids and their family at the village

 

Perhentian Turtle Conservation Volunteer program ~ valid until 31st October 2011
(Rates based on per person basis)

Start Date

Programme Location

Malaysians

Non-Malaysians

Rates per Person (RM)

Every Monday starting from

14th March 2011 til October 3rd

Week 1 – Bubbles Dive Resort, Pulau Perhentian Besar, Malaysia.

Week 2+ - Perhentian Village, Pulau Perhentian Kecil, Malaysia

1 Week

2 Weeks

1 Week

2 Weeks

RM 999 nett

RM 1,799 nett

RM 1,500 nett

RM 2,250 nett

Additional Week

Additional Week

RM 900 nett

RM 900 nett

Package includes the following:

* Return boat transfer to Perhentian Islands * Marine park fee * 3 meals per day and triple share ensuite fan rooms * 1 snorkel tour * All boat transfers

Package Does Not include:

* Scuba diving * Travel to Kuala Besut * Travel insurance * Snacks and other luxuries

Please Note:

Food & Drinks ~ During your first week you will stay at Bubbles Dive Resort, you will have three meals a day in their open air restaurant.  For breakfast you can choose between cereal, egg on toast or the most favourite chocolate pancake.  Lunch consists of either sandwiches, noodles or pasta. Dinner is usually served in a buffet of local food.

When you stay in the village you will be given a daily allowance of RM25.  There are a few restaurants in the village and one of the villagers serves the best roti canai in Terengganu for breakfast.  A small breakfast usually costs between RM3-5 while lunch and dinner will be between RM6-10.  The restaurants can cater for most diets however if you have a peanut allergy or another severe allergy please let us know.  There are also small shops where you can buy snacks. 
For when you stay at Pinang Seribu we will take our own food for dinner and breakfast consisting of rice, chicken, vegetables and fruit.

Getting There :

Getting to Kuala Besut

The program starts from Kuala Besut.  Malaysia has an excellent transport infrastructure which supplies the Perhentian Islands very well.  Most tourists visiting the northeast coast of Malaysia go to the Perhentian Islands and if you ask directions you will get help!  Volunteers are met at the start of the program at the Jetty in Kuala Besut which is the main gateway to the Perhentian Islands and is easy to get to from any city in Malaysia or from Thailand.

By Plane
The nearest airport is Kota Bharu International airport (KBR).  There are daily flights from Kuala Lumpur through carriers such as Malaysian Airlines and Air Asia.

Air Asia – www.airasia.com
Flies from LCCT (KUL) Kuala Lumpur
Flight AK6320 departs 0730 lands 0825

PLEASE NOTE you need to add your baggage to the cost - costing
15kg RM5 (one way)
20kg RM43 (one way)
25kg RM80 (one way)

Malaysia Airlines – www.malaysiaairlines.com
Flies from KL international airport (KLIA)
Flight number MH1388 departs 1010 lands 1105
Baggage allowance is 20kg

When you arrive in kota Bharu airport you can take a taxi to Kuala Besut which costs around RM50 for a car which can take 4 people and takes roughly 1 hour. 

By bus
There are two bus companies that stop at Kuala Besut from Kuala Lumpur - they are Mahligai Ekspress and Mutiara Ekspress. Both providers cost just below RM45 one way.  Buses normally travel overnight and from Kuala Lumpur take between 8 to 10 hours depending on the road conditions.  They both leave from Kuala Lumpur departing from Putra Station which is opposite the PWTC LRT stop.  Both companies have services at the same times departing – 2000, 2100, 2130 and 2200 daily.

You will need to buy the bus tickets by visiting the bus terminal and we recommend you buy them at least 2 days in advance and around national celebrations at least 1 month in advance.

By Train
The nearest train station to Kuala Besut is Tanah Merah and can be reached from Thailand or Kuala Lumpur.  From Tanah Merah you will need to take a taxi to Kuala Besut costing RM50.

Once in Kuala Besut

Go to the Jetty and as you walk towards the jetty you will pass by some shops and restaurants.  Our meeting point is at a shop with a yellow canopy on the left hand side.  The shop has a sandwich board sign saying ‘Bubbles Dive Resort’.  Go inside and tell the lady inside you are a ‘Bubbles Dive Resort volunteer’. She will probably tell you to go to the restaurant next to the shop to wait for the other volunteers and the boat.  The boats go when they are full but usual leaving times are roughly 10:00 and 12:00. However it is vital you get to the jetty no later than midday.  If you are later than midday, the boat has left or there are no boats going to Bubbles that day then your boat to the island will go to another resort on the islands and we will pick you up from that resort.

If we don’t meet you?

In the event that we do not meet you in Kuala Besut do not worry.  Just go to the shop and ask to go to Bubbles Dive Resort and they will arrange for a boat for you.  If the shop is closed go to the nearest office and ask for a boat to Bubbles Dive Resort at Tanjung Tukas, Big island.  The boat will cost you approx RM35 for a one-way trip including the marine park fee. 

After the program

All volunteers leave the island on a Sunday, boat transfers can be at either 08:00, 12:00 or 16:00 (16:00 only June to August) and will arrive in Kula Besut no later than 1 hour after departure from Bubbles.  Therefore please arrange your onward travel to suit these timings.

**Please Note that there will be a non-refundable handling charge on payment made. Conditions apply.

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Trip Overview

Programme Manual:

Country

Malaysia

Location

Week 1 - Bubbles Dive Resort, Pulau Perhentian Besar, Malaysia.

Week 2+ - Perhentian Village, Pulau Perhentian Kecil, Malaysia

Duration

14 days / 13 nights

Start Dates

Every Monday starting from 14th March 2011 til October 3rd

March 14th ; 21st ; 28th
April 4th ; 11th ; 18th ; 25th
May 2nd ; 9th ; 16th ; 23rd ; 30th
June  6th ;  13th ; 20th ; 27th      
July 4th ; 11th ; 18th ; 25th
August   1st ;  8th;  15th ;  22nd ;  29th
September 5th ; 12th ;  19th ; 26th 
October 3rd  (1 weeker only)

Summary
of Programme

Intro Week
You will be starting your program at Bubbles Dive Resort where you will learn about sea turtles, coral reefs and the forest of the Perhentian islands. Each day you will learn about a new topic, be given a task related about the topic and then you will be expected to present your findings on this topic to the rest of the group. Telling people about environmental issues is key to conservation and this is why we encourage you from the start to present to the rest of the group. What you learn in the first week will help you make the most of your following weeks. You will also patrol the sea turtle nesting beach at night and talking to the guests about sea turtle conservation. After this week you should be ready to teach villagers, tourists and the children about marine conservation.

Staying in the village.
The volunteers loved spending time in the village in 2010 and the villagers started to see how they benefited financially from protecting the turtles. Therefore in 2011 after the intro week you will be based in the village providing direct financial benefits to the villagers. It is so important the villagers see financial benefits from a healthy sea turtle population and its this which will stimulate protection for turtles amongst the villagers.

Protecting Pinang Seribu.
The beach at Pinang Seribu is only 50m long but with over 150 turtle nests per year it is the main beach for sea turtle nestings in the Perhentian Islands. On a rota system each night volunteers will guard this beach and collect data about the nesting turtles. The volunteers are assisting the Department of Fisheries by collecting this data and the sheer presence of volunteers deters turtle egg poachers. Volunteers will be accompanied by Help Our Penyu staff and a villager and will be sleeping in tents among the rocks at the edge of the beach. The beach is beautiful and an early morning snorkel is a must.

Turtles Need Trees club.
We had such great success with our fortnightly Turtles Need Trees Club in our pilot year (2010) that we are expanding the program to be run on a weekly basis for four grades, ages 7 to 13 years old. The club is a great way to engage the local school children on the island and help them to not only develop a love for the marine and island environment but also give them the chance to improve their English.

Info Booth
Tourists are one of the biggest problems for sea turtles in the Perhentian Islands. Tourists often do not realise the impact of their actions on the turtle and other marine life. By educating the tourists about sea turtle and marine conservation you will help to reduce the following conflicts – harassing turtles (in the sea and whilst nesting), encouraging improper conduct (paying to release turtle hatchlings) and standing on corals.  The info booth is basic and portable so we can move to different beaches around the island.  We engage the tourists in fun activities and competitions like sand building contests and short quizzes.  By providing fun and engaging activities the tourists will become more passionate regarding marine conservation.

Scuba Diving
Why not take this opportunity to explore the underwater world on its own terms? The Perhentian waters are warm, clear and have an abundance of marine life. You can learn to scuba dive with our trusted professional PADI dive Centre in the Perhentians. The cost of scuba diving is not included in the volunteering costs. If you have already qualified you can take leisure dives in the morning whilst you volunteer. If you dive numerous times the cost per dive decreases.

Project Sites

Perhentian
The Perhentian Islands are renowned as being the most beautiful islands in Malaysia and welcome droves of tourists and backpackers each year. The waters are crystal clear and turquoise whilst the forests are lush green and teeming with life.

Your second week will be spent in the isolated bay of Tantung Tukah, which was HOPE’s first project site, at Bubbles Dive Resort and Centre. Bubbles is a resort which wants to spread its love of nature to its tourists. The resort was started by Ronnie, Pei See and Eric Ng who still run the resort along with two Aussies - Libby and Shrimpy (Eric). The beauty and the isolation from the outside world of the bay attracted them; it is undoubtedly the most beautiful bay in the Perhentian Islands. Another attraction was the Green Turtles which can be seen nesting on the beaches from March to September, with turtles nesting most nights May until July. Turtle hatchlings are released from June to October.

Who ?

The project has the backing of all four major stakeholders – the villagers, the Perhentian Islands Operators Association, Marine Park and the Department of Fisheries. Through collaborating with all the stakeholders this project is truly a sea turtle community conservation project supported by of course our volunteers and facebook fans. The local community (villagers and tourists) are the main cause for turtle declines in the Perhentian Islands and this project aims at rectifying the problems they cause to these majestic creatures.

Aim of the Perhentian Turtle conservation Project
To double the turtle nesting population by 2060 in the Perhentian Islands
Objectives:

Ensure 100% of turtle eggs being laid in the islands are incubated safely with a hatching success rate of +80% and the collect of vital sea turtle population data;

Educate the various stakeholders about sea turtle and island conservation with focus on school children and tourists;

Collaborate with all major stakeholders – Perhentian village, Perhentian Islands Operators Association, Marine Parks, the Department of Fisheries and other related NGO’s and education institutions;.

Achievements in 2010 (pilot year)

Eliminated all poaching on one turtle nesting beach in Perhentian;

Encouraged the local egg collectors working for the Department of Fisheries to use polystyrene boxes to transport turtle eggs to the government hatchery – increasing the turtle hatchling success rate;

Educated the primary school children of Perhentian during our fortnightly Turtles need Trees Clubs;

Over 4,000 facebook fans which we regularly update and educate about sea turtle conservation and topics;

What we plan for 2011

Eliminate poaching from two turtle nesting beaches in Perhentian and collecting relevant data;

Inject RM100,000 into the village economy through our Perhentian turtle conservation volunteer program – demonstrating to the villagers in Perhentian that they can make money directly from a healthy sea turtle population;

Expand the Turtles Need Trees Club to be weekly and to accommodate 100 children;

Increase awareness amongst tourists throughout the Perhentian islands and at work places and universities in Malaysia;

Establish the start of a self-help group in the Perhentian village promoting self-initiated alternative livelihoods and conservation amongst the villagers in Perhentian;

10,000 facebook fans which we regularly educate about sea turtle conservation and topics

The sea turtles of Malaysia are becoming extinct species by species.  Malaysia was once famed for its Leatherback Turtles but now the largest sea turtle species are virtually extinct from Malaysian waters, two other species of sea turtle the Olive Ridley and the Hawksbill are in a similar situation. Only the Green turtles have a significant population but have still suffered a significant population decline of 80% between 1950-2009.

YOU can help save the SEA TURTLES of Terengganu by being a turtle volunteer with HOPE in Terengganu.

Help Our Penyu, HOPE, is as of 24th of August, 2010 a registered society and non-profit organization in Malaysia (Reg. No. 2103-10-WKL) which through community-based turtle volunteer projects and outreach programs empowers Malaysians to act and save the sea turtles of Terengganu state for future generations.

Turtle conservation via turtle volunteer projects is a favoured way to protect turtles as running hatcheries are labour and fund intensive.  HOPE works in partnership with the Malaysian government providing the much needed manpower and funds to protect these special creatures

Month

 Mar

Apr  

May  

Jun

Jul   

Aug

  Sept  

  Oct

Nesting

low  

med 

high

high

high

low

 

 

Hatchlings

 

 

low

med

high

high

med

 

 

Itinerary:

Perhentian Turtle Conservation VolunteerItinerary (GTP):

Please Note: Please bear in mind that this itinerary is subject to change at the discretion of the programme coordinator.

Day 1            

Arrival Day + Program Briefing (L,D)

Arrive in Kuala Besut before midday, meet facilitator and travel to island. Cool off with a snorkel then a program brief and Malay sit-down dinner (L, D)

Day 2

‘Project Day’ (B,L,D)

Relaxing morning with only a beach clean. Take your first malay language lesson and after lunch listen to a turtle talk. You will be set a small task about sea turtles which you will present the following day. After dinner, start your first turtle watch duties (8pm til 3am then 3am til 8am). (B, L, D)

Day 3

‘Project Day’ (B,L,D)

Snorkel tour at 9am to allow you to see different types of coral. Lunch is followed by the presentation of your turtle task. Then learn about the corals you saw today and conduct a coral watch survey. After the survey you will be set a small task relating to corals. After dinner volunteers talk to the new guests about sea turtles. Turtle watch duties at night (B. L, D).

Day 4 & 5

‘Project Day’ (B,L,D)

Same as Wednesday but present your relevant task in the morning at 11am followed by Malay Language lessons. After lunch learn about either the fish or forest you have seen over the past few days, followed by related tasks. Evening dinner is followed by talks given to the tourists by the volunteers. Turtle watch duties at night (B. L, D)

Day 6 (Saturday)

‘Project Day’ (B,L,D)

Follow normal routine presenting a task to the group. The weekends are the busy period for the resort so this will be your chance to interact more with the guests. You may be asked to help lead water confidence sessions, forest walks or organize educational games for any children. In the evening the turtle talks are followed by a marine documentary for example Sharkwater. Turtle watch duties at night (B. L, D)

Day 7

‘Project Day’ (B,L,D)

Take a much needed day off before you head to the village. (B, L, D)

Day 8

‘Project Day’ (B,L,D)

Follow a morning boat to the village. Have lunch with the village co-ordinators and listen to a program brief. Settle into your new surroundings before the first group head off to Pinang Seribu to protect the most popular turtle nesting beach in Perhentian. Non-turtle watch group relax in the village. (B, L, D)

Day 9 & 10

‘Project Days’ (B,L,D)

Non-turtle watch volunteers host an info booth in the village (11am til 2pm) talking to any passing tourists and villagers about sea turtle and marine conservation. In the afternoon prepare for the TnT club which you will run at the local primary school. In the early evening (depending on tide) the turtle watch group head off to Pinang Seribu. (B, L, D)

Day 11 (Thursday)

‘Project Days’ (B,L,D)

Final prep for the school club in the morning then run the relative club between 2-5pm. Turtle watch group head off to Pinang Seribu (B, L, D)

Day 12 & 13

‘Project Days’ (B,L,D)

Group heads off to a popular tourist beach to host the info booth from 10am to 6pm. Run sea animal sand building contests, quizzes and other activities to engage the tourists in marine conservation. Turtle watch duties at night (B. L, D)

Day 14

‘Project Days’ (B,L,D)

Volunteers staying for 2 weeks take a midday boat back to the mainland with continuing volunteers heading off to another popular beach resort hosting the info booth. (B, L, D)

Day 15 (Sunday)

‘Project Days’ (B,L,D)

New volunteers arrive at the village whilst current volunteers take a day off. New volunteers to do turtle watch at Pinang Seribu. (B, L, D)

Day 16 onwards

‘Project Days’ (B,L,D)

Follow the same schedule from day 9

Project Days & Activity Description

PROJECT DAYS are days where participants will contribute towards conservation via various means.  You will join the following activities:

Intro Week
You will be starting your program at Bubbles Dive Resort where you will learn about sea turtles, coral reefs and the forest of the Perhentian islands. Each day you will learn about a new topic, be given a task related about the topic and then you will be expected to present your findings on this topic to the rest of the group. Telling people about environmental issues is key to conservation and this is why we encourage you from the start to present to the rest of the group. What you learn in the first week will help you make the most of your following weeks. You will also patrol the sea turtle nesting beach at night and talking to the guests about sea turtle conservation. After this week you should be ready to teach villagers, tourists and the children about marine conservation.

Staying in the village.
The volunteers loved spending time in the village in 2010 and the villagers started to see how they benefited financially from protecting the turtles. Therefore in 2011 after the intro week you will be based in the village providing direct financial benefits to the villagers. It is so important the villagers see financial benefits from a healthy sea turtle population and its this which will stimulate protection for turtles amongst the villagers.

Protecting Pinang Seribu.
The beach at Pinang Seribu is only 50m long but with over 150 turtle nests per year it is the main beach for sea turtle nestings in the Perhentian Islands. On a rota system each night volunteers will guard this beach and collect data about the nesting turtles. The volunteers are assisting the Department of Fisheries by collecting this data and the sheer presence of volunteers deters turtle egg poachers. Volunteers will be accompanied by Help Our Penyu staff and a villager and will be sleeping in tents among the rocks at the edge of the beach. The beach is beautiful and an early morning snorkel is a must.

Turtles Need Trees club.
We had such great success with our fortnightly Turtles Need Trees Club in our pilot year (2010) that we are expanding the program to be run on a weekly basis for four grades, ages 7 to 13 years old. The club is a great way to engage the local school children on the island and help them to not only develop a love for the marine and island environment but also give them the chance to improve their English.

Info Booth
Tourists are one of the biggest problems for sea turtles in the Perhentian Islands. Tourists often do not realise the impact of their actions on the turtle and other marine life. By educating the tourists about sea turtle and marine conservation you will help to reduce the following conflicts – harassing turtles (in the sea and whilst nesting), encouraging improper conduct (paying to release turtle hatchlings) and standing on corals.  The info booth is basic and portable so we can move to different beaches around the island.  We engage the tourists in fun activities and competitions like sand building contests and short quizzes.  By providing fun and engaging activities the tourists will become more passionate regarding marine conservation.

Scuba Diving
Why not take this opportunity to explore the underwater world on its own terms? The Perhentian waters are warm, clear and have an abundance of marine life. You can learn to scuba dive with our trusted professional PADI dive Centre in the Perhentians. The cost of scuba diving is not included in the volunteering costs. If you have already qualified you can take leisure dives in the morning whilst you volunteer. If you dive numerous times the cost per dive decreases.

 

 

Hotel/Trip Description

Destination Terenganu ~ Pulau Perhentian ~ 7 days onwards Tour Commences from Kuala Besut town Room Type You stay in en-suite triple share fan rooms whilst at Bubbles and in the village.  For your nights at Pinang Seribu you will be staying in tents amongst the rocks to the side of the beach.  Please be warned, in the village couples will not be allowed to stay in the same room together unless they are married.  The local villagers are Islamic and non-married couples staying together in the same room is a big problem. VERY IMPORTANT: - to ensure good team dynamics we ensure all volunteers who are coming as couples or in a group are in different rooms, unless you state otherwise prior.  The rooms will be single sexed when possible but if the old rooms are to be used the dorms may sometimes need to be mixed sex dorms.  Single and or twin rooms for volunteers wanting more privacy are available at an extra expense but we must be told via email 1 month before you arrive to book suitable rooms Room Description Basic, own moquito nets recommended Facility & Activity educating children and tourists. Internet ~ You are very lucky to get very very slow internet access at Bubbles Dive Resort.  They do have WiFi. In the village the signal for internet is much better.  Your facilitator will have access to the internet so please ask them when you want to go online Things to Bring please go to Terengganu Turtle Conservation Programmes - Terengganu Coast & Pulau Perhentian

 

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