Satang Island, Pulau Satang Besar, is a small island off the coast of Sarawak and part of Talang-Satang Marine National Park, a sanctuary for sea turtles. The marine national park includes three other islands, but only Satang Island is open to visitors. It has a small turtle hatching area and there is a chance to see turtle landing, where sea turtles (mostly green turtles but also Hawksbills) come ashore to lay eggs (April to September is peak season). Some great snorkelling can be done around the island at low tide, where you might bump into a turtle under water. Though it's possible to stay overnight on Satang Island in some very basic accommodation, most people visit the island on a day-trip combination with some dolphin watching (Irrawaddy and Indo-pacific humpback dolphins) at the river mouths of Santubong and Salak Rivers off the mainland.