Gaya Island, Kota Kinabalu: A group of 30 students from the University of Glamorgan in the UK wrapped up their marine research program here after spending a week on the island here with Downbelow.
It was with great pleasure that Downbelow recently took a group from Sabah Parks under their wing to equip them with a variety of skills
Downbelow's island crew dives everyday, so who can blame the office staff when we long for some diving action every now and then? It all happens just 10 minutes from Downbelow HQ after all.
Gaya Island, Tunku Abdul Rahman Park: It's no secret that [...]
Another week; another net. Downbelow have been hard at work thwarting the destructive effects of an illegal net in the TAR Park, Kota Kinabalu. Elvis reports.
Tunku Abdul Rahman Park, Kota Kinabalu: Downbelow recently hosted a group of 24 people from Japan on Gaya island for some Discover SCUBA Diving action and general fun in the sun.
Diving the TAR Park, Sabah: Over the last 2 years [...]
Downbelow today responded to an illegal fishing net stuck on [...]
During the early weeks of December even more excitement than [...]
Generally people look at the TAR Park and think that [...]