Fresh Water Dolphin

Irrawaddy dolphin populations live in varied habitats including both coastal marine and freshwater tropical environments in Southeast Asia, Indonesia and the Bay of Bengal. There are five isolated freshwater Irrawaddy dolphin populations: in Myanmar they live in the Ayeyarwady River (also known as the Irrawaddy River); in Borneo, they live in the Mahakam River; in Cambodia and Lao PDR they live in the Mekong River; in India they live in Chilka Lake; and in Thailand they live in Songkhla Lake. Marine Irrawaddy dolphin populations are found in patches as they prefer to live in sheltered coastal waters where freshwater is flowing in, such as river deltas, mangrove channels, and estuaries. Irrawaddys stick to shallow water and are never found more than a few miles from shore.

Fresh water Dolphin Tour

3 Days / 2 Nights

Irrawaddy dolphins are found in small groups of six or fewer. They are slow swimmers and avoid boats. They sometimes spyhop, tail slap, body rub, or roll to one side while waving a flipper, and they only occasionally leap

Fresh water Dolphin & Bird Watching

4 Days / 3 Nights

Irrawaddy dolphins look just like baby beluga whales, only with dorsal fins, but they are not closely related. They are characterful and have unusually expressive faces. They can spit spouts of water from their mouths into the air.

Orang Utan

Fresh water Dolphin & Orang Utan survival

4 Days / 3 Nights

You are able to stay at the lodge and simply enjoy the forest, or become involved as volunteers in conservation activities including maintenance of orangutan and sun bear facilities, tree planting and learning about organic farming.