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Leisure Diving Trip in Kota Kinabalu

Diving
2 Guests

About This Diving Experience

Enjoy some relaxed Leisure Diving or Fun Dives in Kota Kinabalu for as low as RM300 per diver.

Rates:

• Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park (2 Dives) Trip: RM300.00 per diver
• Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park (3 Dives) Trip: RM325.00 per diver
• Additional Sabah Parks Diving Permit: RM300 per diver for non Malaysian
• Minimum 2 persons per diving trip
• All rates inclusive of 6% Goods & Services Tax

What You Can Expect:

During the Kota Kinabalu leisure diving / fun dives trip to Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park with Borneo Dream we have 25 dive sites around the five idyllic islands in TARP Marine Park – Pulau Gaya, Sapi, Mamutik, Manukan and Sulug. We also go diving the deeper, beautiful coral reefs at Edgell Patches sitting just outside the Marine Park. The dives range in depths from 5m to 25m and tend to have little or no current and good visibility. The water temperature is usually around 28 to 30C but during February and March it can fall to around 25 to 27C - The local marine park is idea for all diver want to complete leisure diving / fun dives in a safe surrounding.

Details

  • Type: Diving
  • Capacity: 2 People
  • Rental Minimum: 1 hour
  • Cancellation: 50% Refund 30 Days Prior

Rental Requirements

Rental Requirements for divers:

• Full name
• Gender
• Nationality and passport number.
• Sizes (height, body weight, shoe size - EUR, UK, AUS, USA etc.).

Cancellation Policy:

For courses, trips and packages the following cancellation policy will apply:

• If you cancel between 15 - 30 days from date of your trip/course/experience, we will charge 50% the total package cost.
• If you cancel within 14 - 7 days or less from the date of your trip/course/experience, we will charge 75% of the total package cost.
• If you cancel within 6 days or less from the date of your trip/course/experience, we will charge 100% of the total package cost
• If you fail to turn up for a trip ("no show") you will still be charged the full package cost.
• We will not refund in respect of any unused services (or part) included in a package.
• Our chosen Suppliers for trips, Sabah diving packages, transport and room bookings will charge late cancellation fees depending on the circumstances. The cancellation fees charged by them will be charged to you by our company.
• No partial or full refunds will be given for an uncompleted PADI course, diving or snorkeling trip. If you decide during your course / trip you do not want to continue we will offer you our ‘Unguided Snorkeling Trip’ as an alternative for the remaining part of your course / trip.

What happens if we need to change your booking:

• Although every effort will be made to operate the trips as advertised, we reserves the right (at our sole discretion and without penalty) to make alternative arrangements as it sees fit if caused by poor weather conditions, technical problems to vehicles, flight delay or other circumstances beyond their control necessitate.
• Where it is in the interest of tour / trip / course members that an itinerary be altered, such alterations may be made without penalty to the company.
• If a our tour is cancelled prior to the date of departure, due to circumstances beyond our control we will refund all money paid by our booked customers.
• In the event of one of our suppliers cancelling a tour we will make every endeavor to ensure full reimbursement but where a supplier has a policy of retaining any fees or charges we will have to defer to their policy.

Diving and Conservation Policy:

• Diving and Conservation Permit.
• Like with all great Natural Marine Parks around the globe such as the Ras Mohammed Marine Park in Egypt, The Cayman Islands, Maldives etc., the local Governments and Authorities impose local Permit charges to all guest and visitors a like. Here in Sabah, Malaysian Borneo we have several marine parks of this type, such as Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park (TARP) just outside Kota Kinabalu (KK), one near Pulau Tiga, Turtle Islands Park and Pulau Sipadan to name but a few.

The following charges will apply to all our guests and will either be collected in advance or on the day of the activity:

• Go Ashore (Known as the Marine Park Conservation Fee) - On any of the islands in the Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park (TARP), Pulau Tiga and Turtle Islands Park it is RM 1 for Malaysians below 18 years and RM 3 for those older. For Non-Malaysians RM 6 for below 18 years and RM 10 for those older. This is per person per day.
• Scuba Diving (Known as the Diving Permit) - Within the Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park (TARP), Pulau Tiga and Turtle Islands Park is RM 21.20 for Malaysians and RM 53.00 for Non-Malaysians. This is per diver per day.
• Scuba Diving Courses - Within the Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park (TARP), Pulau Tiga and Turtle Islands Park is MYR 21.20 for Malaysians and MYR 53.00 for Non-Malaysians. This is per diver for the duration of the course.
• If another operator says that he has included the Marine Park fees, I would ask you to request a valid "Sabah Parks" receipt on office Sabah Parks paper.

Specs

  • Life jackets/required safety gear
  • Diving regulator
  • Buoyancy compensator
  • Diving cylinder
  • Tank
  • Helmet/mask
  • Diving suit
  • Depth gauge
  • Diving mask
  • Flippers

Meet Luke

Luke

From Kota Kinabalu

Member Since Nov 2016

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