Learning to dive on the PADI Open Water Diver course at our premier PADI 5 Star IDC Dive Centre in Tunku Abdul Rahman marine park; climbing to Borneo’s highest point of Low’s Peak at 4,095m altitude on Mount Kinabalu; are just a couple of the experiences the Esselink family will have the memory of to treasure for many years to come!
When they do climb the summit trail of Mount Kinabalu, they will have already met the recreational scuba diving rule to avoid decompression sickness. Their personal Sabah Travel Centre expert inform them of this rule upon their booking of both itineraries, and again they are reminded by their Instructor, who is one of our PADI IDC Staff Instructors of the Go PRO team. Downbelow’s entire operations is based on the safety of our clients, which is a top priority, and how we maintain our excellent standards of customer service!
Get more information on combining several of the very best attractions in Kota Kinabalu and Sabah! Contact our Sabah Travel Centre, and within 24 hours, you will receive a detailed and personalised itinerary filled with Borneo adventure!
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