Take a Diving Vacation at Sipadan
Experience this hidden tropical island paradise in
For a truly memorable Sipadan Diving Vacation. Experience the wonders of the underwater realm at the bio-diversity hotspot of Southeast Asia - Sabah, Malaysian Borneo. With sandy beaches, turquoise blue waters and coral reefs, Sabah has several dive sites rated to be amongst the top ten in the world.
We have lived here all our lives and regularly dive in the many islands around Sabah. Over the years we have become friends with the resort owners. Funny how sometimes how we never think much about our islands here or appreciate it until someone from a foreign land tells us how beautiful these islands are. The very famous late French underwater explorer and filmmaker, Jacques-Yves Cousteau once remarked about Sipadan Island “I have seen other places like Sipadan… 45 years ago. Now we have found again an untouched piece of art.”
Today, needless to say, we feel very proud to have such a treasure right in our backyard, so to speak. If you are planning a diving trip, why not have a Sipadan diving vacation? We know you will agree that it is an untouched piece of art.
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Scuba Diving at Sipadan Island
Like to see big pelagic fishes? How about being in the middle of a swirling school of barracudas? Sipadan Island may be just the thing for you.
Scuba Diving at Mabul Island
Only recently Mabul Island has become famous in her own right as a muck diving destination.
Scuba Diving at Kapalai Island
Interested in macrolife? Kapalai Island offers many surprises for the discerning diver.
Ready to go diving? Getting to Mabul Island, your gateway to diving at Sipadan, Mabul and Kapalai is easy. There are frequent flights available.
Here's some travel tips for your next trip here.
Scuba Diving Certification
Not a diver yet? You may be missing out on a lot of fun. If you love to see animals in the wild, you might just enjoy seeing aquatic animals too. The difference? Wild animals might be hard to spot and you need to trek long distances. Underwater, you are usually surrounded by fishes and colourful corals.