Welcome to Turtle Island, where only 45 guests are allowed at a time. This turtle paradise is in Malaysian Borneo, which is super close to the Philippines. After sunset, you’ll find out why it’s called Turtle Island. Every night, dozens of sea turtles come to lay their eggs. Park rangers collect the nests and transport them to the hatchery. Sixty days later, the eggs are ready to hatch. If all goes well, these turtles will return to lay their own eggs. In the morning, you’ll find tracks from turtles that came ashore. There’s also a small museum and guests eat together. It’s like summer camp for turtle loers. Before you go, you can make a donation to adopt a nest and help these little guys get a head start on life.