Sipadan is a paradise for diving. The legendary crystal clear waters, the circling tornado of barracudas and the fireworks of millions of technicolor fish, the only thing missing is YOU!
Lankayan is located 1˝ hours boat ride from Sandakan. With one island and one resort this is truly a place to get away from it all. Shallow reefs teeming with life are complemented by purpose sunk wrecks and the chance to see green turtles nesting on the pristine white sand beaches.
Built in a water village style directly over the reef, the shallow dives and technicolour macro life found at Kapalai make this a photographer’s dream. Bring your camera and your creative eye!
Labuan’s famous 4 wrecks offer excellent dives and something for everyone, from freighters to mine hunters. What are you waiting for? Experience a range of exciting wreck dives with Sabah Divers.
Sabah is a land of breathtaking beauty and unforgettable sunsets. The closest destination for day dives returning to Kinabalu is the Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park (TARP). Just a short 15 minute boat ride from the city centre this sheltered marine park is the ideal place to learn to dive and has plenty to see, even for the experienced diver.
Located in the Spratlys about 165 nautical miles North East off KK, Layang Layanag rises 2000m from the ocean floor. The steep walls play host to resident reef life and passing pelagics. Hammerheads are the big draw for divers here but there's plenty more on offer.