Coralscapes abound for divers in the TAR Park off Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Borneo

This program is suited to the adrenaline junkie budget-conscious traveler in pursuit of an adventurous, “on the GO” experience in Borneo.

We take you on a journey of challenge & adventure with a program to experience three (3) of Borneo’s most popular adventure activities.

It includes scuba diving & interaction with our fascinating marine-life, to the raging rapids of the Padas River and to the top of one of South East Asia’s highest mountains – Mt Kinabalu.


Our PADI 5 Star IDC Dive & Adventure center based on Gaya Island within the Tunku Abdul Rahman Park (TARP), Kota Kinabalu, Sabah provides a very special experience.

A resort like feel creates a fun place to spend a few days, enjoying the tropical surroundings and chatting about all the wonderful creatures you will have spotted.

When you choose to dive with us, we don’t just guide you. You embark on an adventure and you’ll see some of the most amazing underwater creatures.

Not a certified diver? don’t worry you won’t miss out !

Our program offers an added bonus where you can join our PADI Open Water Diver Course and come back from your holiday as a certified PADI Open Water Diver !!!

Whitewater Rafting on the Raging Padas River Rapids


The Padas River’s 30km of white water rafting makes it the longest rafting journey in the whole of Borneo.

We will take you along wild Padas River, through seven rapid clusters graded III-IV, while you’re paddling through the middle of untouched nature.

Rafting the Padas River is fun, exciting and promises that you will experience the Borneo jungle in a way you will never forget!


Climing Mt. Kinabalu - yes, it's challenging

Rising to 4,095m, this great mountain is one of the highest peaks between the Himalayas and Irian Jaya on New Guinea.

This monolithic peak is an icon of natural history and successful conservation whilst maintaining its position as the most accessible of high mountains to climb.

The climb itself is more of a long, stair-filled walk that requires stamina and endurance, but is not a technically difficult climb.

The hike to Laban Rata takes between 4-6 hours, is 99% uphill, unrelenting and the trail is seemingly endless; you’ll be dreaming about steps and trails for days after.

If it’s a clear night, take a moment to look at the night sky as it’s simply stunning. The summit itself is……. well you have to go and find out, its worth it!


This is a 9 Day / 8 Night adventure, there is NO peak season surcharge, single travelers may need to pay single supplements but we try to group likeminded people together to avoid this !!

Accommodation, meals, transfers, park, jetty, climbing permit fees, guides and equipment are all included but please contact us for rates and full details. International flights are excluded.