Mantanani Island

Plunge into the clear blue waters of Mantanani Island and experience what it feels like to be in a truly tropical utopia. Only an hour drive from the Sabah’s state capital, Kota Kinabalu, Mantanani is a group of three isolated islands that shimmers northwest of Kota Belud. These pristine islands are a 60 minute boat ride from the mainland, depending on sea conditions. Dreamily picturesque with a coma of white sandy shores that summons shady palm trees and a blue sky halo, Mantanani is an oasis for snorkeling, scuba-diving and island-hopping… or for the simple luxury of little island naps. One of the many highlights that attracts both the local and the avid traveler would be the Sea Cow spottings. Sea Cows, also locally known as Dugongs, resides in the island but they are shy mammals with a population that is on the brink of extinction. It might just be your lucky day if you are able to spot one on Mantanani! Duration Approx 10 Hours Available Everyday Meal Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner Visit
1 Day
Mantanani Island
2 Persons

Mengalum Island

Far-flung from the crowds with not another island in sight, Mengalum is a true hidden gem boasting powder-white sand that slopes gently into a stunning shade of turquoise. The beauty doesn’t end at the limits of land. The shallow water splendors can best be best experienced with a mask and a pair of fins! You don’t have to go deep to get acquainted with the underwater critters here. The superb visibility here gives way to exciting marine life sightings. Mengalum is abundant in groupers, snappers, mackerels and other reef fishes. With a majority of hard corals, like, staghorn corals, lettuce coral, table corals. Clownfishes, butterfly fishes and cleaner fishes and butterfly fishes can often be spotted swimming around the flourishing corals, which are big, intact and in good condition. Duration 0730 – 1900 Available Everyday Meal Lunch Visit Mengalum Island Include Land & Boat Transfer, Entrance Fee, Meal, Guide, Snorkeling Equipment
1 Day
Mengalum Island
2 Persons

Open Sea Fishing

Witness the breathtaking coast of Gaya Island on a day tour from Kota Kinabalu. Join a deep sea fishing adventure in Sabah’s Tunku Abdul Rahman Park. The Experience: Catch grouper, red carp, and catfish Glimpse the tropical Gaya Island and its rich marine life Add snorkeling to your activity and admire the underwater world Enjoy convenient hotel transfer in Kota Kinabalu Duration 2 Sessions 0900 – 1300 or 1500 / 1500 – 1900 or 2100 Available Everyday Meal 3 hours No Lunch / 5 hours Seafood Lunch Visit Gaya Island Include Land & Boat Transfer, Fishing Equipment
3 Hours, 5 Hours
Gaya Island
4 Person

Pulau Tiga Park

Pulau Tiga Park is a fascinating spot rarely visited by tourists. Gazetted in 1978, it covers 158 square kilometers, most of which is sea. It comprises three small islands - Pulau Tiga, Pulau Kalampunian Besar and Pulau Kalampunian Damit (snake island). The islands has been dubbed 'Survivor islands' from a television series which was filmed here in 1996. The park is named after the largest island, Pulau Tiga, whose name is derived from three undulating humps visible from a distance when approaching the island. The islands were designated a forest reserve in 1933. The Park has particularly interesting flora and fauna and a rich marine life, with good diving and snorkelling over the reefs. Duration 1 Day Available Everyday Meal Lunch Visit Pulau Tiga, Pulau Kalampunian Besar Include Land & Boat Transfer, Entrance Fee, Meal, Guide, Accommodation
1 Day
Tiga Island
2 Persons

Tunku Abdul Rahman Park

A 15 minute boat ride from Kota Kinabalu City takes you to good time and salty adventures on Tunku Abdul Rahman marine park., a cluster of 5 jungly humps dotting Sabah’s west coast. With 4, 928 hectares of designated protected area, it definitely isn’t short in supply of swaying palm trees, crystal clear waters, sun soaked shores nd seascapes teeming with marine-life. Optional Activities: Nature Trekking to Sunset Point Beach Picnics Beach Volley Ball Bird Watching Snorkeling Scuba Diving Discover Scuba Diving (Introductory course) Ocean Kayaking Kong Boat Fun Fishing Fish Feeding Jetskiing Windsurfing Banana Boat Ride Parasailing 2. Sapi Island Sapi Island, which is shaped like a star, is smaller than Manukan, but is the 2nd most developed and popular island of the Tunku Abdul Marine Park (TARP). The island boasts white sandy beaches and crystal clear turqoise waters. Voted as one of the best snorkeling spots among the TARP islands, there are many colourful fishes and corals that you can find here. There is a sand bank to the north of
7 Hours
Mamutik Island, Manukan Island, Sapi Island
2 Persons