If you believe it is time to take a break from work and take your family on a vacation, perhaps you should head for Kota Kinabalu, discover scuba diving, and trade all your everyday worries for a sea of wonders.
Don’t worry if you are not familiar with the sport, it is enough to love water and be ready to try something new. Professional instructors will take the time to guide you every step of the way, to keep you safe at all times and help you to enjoy every minute you spend underwater.
The best diving site is the Tunku Abdul Rahman Park, close to Kota Kinabalu, the capital of Sabah County. It was named after the country’s first prime minister and covers a surface of 50km². it was declared national park as early as 1974, so its flora, fauna and marine life, protected by the government through Sabah Park, have reached an impressive diversity.
The recent restructuration and the high professionalism of the instructors working here have turned the park in one of the most popular diving sites on the island. All the tourists visiting Kota Kinabalu discover scuba diving and fall in love with it, returning over and over again.
When you want to take a break from diving, you can explore the land, as it includes five gorgeous and welcoming tropical islands: Pulau Sapi, Pulau Mamutik, Pulau Manukan, Pulau Gaya and Pulau Sulug.
Measuring 15km² Gaya Island, as Pulau Gaya is known in English, exceeds the surface of the other four islands and shelters a stilt village on its eastern shore, close to the city. There are tens of adventurous trails you can follow and the island is surrounded by tropical waters, sheltering reefs and a fascinating sea life.
Book your trip with us, fly to Kota Kinabalu, discover scuba diving in these amazing waters and start making some unforgettable memories.
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