The Padas River is full of surprises and of thrills! After a small presentation, you will be ready to leave! All the canoes are lowered into the water and you can embark on an incredible three-hour trip down the river, surrounded by breathtaking scenery!
It is the second highest mountain in Sabah, standing at 2,642 meters (8,668 feet) and is harder to climb than Mount Kinabalu. The hike to the top is a real challenge, despite the relatively small height of the mountain. You will need to camp for 2 nights in order to complete this climb.
Discover the canopy from another point of view! Taman Negara has one of the longest networks of suspension bridges in the world! Several meters above ground, you will walk from one tree to the next and enjoy a bird’s-eye view of the forest! An amazing experience in the heart of the canopy!
The climb takes place over two days and one night. The difference in levels is drastic, so you need to be in good shape for this hike. At the top of Mount Kinabalu, on this mythical summit, you will find a friendly, united and warm atmosphere! A wonderful experience, even for those who have never climbed before.
A forest of 45 metre (148 feet) high granite peaks – this is the challenge that awaits you during your climb! This hike will lead you to one of the wonders of Mulu Park: the Pinnacles! You will climb them during a challenging 3 to 4 hour hike. But once you reach the top, the view is amazing!
This is the starting point for your kayaking adventure! You will go down the river, which is lined with rock formations on either side. Take on a few rapids, to add a little spice to the adventure! You will have lunch by the side of the river. Don’t forget your swimsuits, as you will have the opportunity to swim!
At the top of the mountain, follow an original climbing route along the granite walls. A guaranteed adrenalin rush! This path of ramps, cables and ladders on the top of the mountain is an additional climb that lasts several hours!
Explore a cave during an entire day and get lost in the many tunnels. You will see many stalagmites and stalactites, but you will also have the opportunity to enjoy underground lakes where we highly recommend you swim! The guide will adapt the activity to your level.