Frogging at Kubah National Park (4 hours)

At 17:00hrs, pick-up at the hotel in Kuching, proceed to Kubah National Park. The Park is situated on a sandstone plateau, mostly covered by mixed dipterocarp forest which interspersed with patches of scrub & unusually rich area of Kerangas forest, is the home of mammals, birds & many species of reptiles and amphibians. The range of the National Park is the primary catchment area for Rayu River and consists of sand and mud deposited alluvium, along fairly steep terrain, with streams and drains on the flanks and the altitude under protected areas lying between 20 - 800m als.  More than 61 species of frogs has been recorded in the Park, which is 1/3 of the total species of frog in Borneo Island.  Species like Lowland litter from.  Bornean horned frog, Matang Narrow-mouthed frog, Kuhl's creek frog, Giant river frog, Peat swamp frog, Mahogany frog, Spotted stream frog.  File-eared tree frog, Harlequin tree frog & etc are commonly found in the National Park and return to the hotel.

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