Lulu also arranged for the couple to visit Sepilok, which is located in the Sandakan region of Sabah, they witnessed the conservation practises at the Bornean Sunbear conservation centre, and the Labuk Bay proboscis monkey sanctuary too.
When they returned to Kota Kinabalu, Lulu again suggested another little adventure to explore the marine life of Tunku Abdul Rahman marine park from our premier PADI 5 Star IDC Dive Centre on our 1-day leisure diving program!
It’s just been non-stop for them in Sabah! They’ve had an awesome time seeing all the different faces of Sabah, Borneo, and will be back again soon to complete more scuba diving course…as far as the PADI Divemaster! They are currently PADI Open Water Divers, but we can personalise an itinerary for them to complete from the PADI Advanced Open Water Diver to the PADI Divemaster – many of our interns do so!
For more information on our various Go PRO internship programs, and what other travel and tours packages we can create in a bespoke itinerary to suit, get in touch with our Sabah Travel Centre!
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