- Access to Tunku Abdul Rahman National Park Snorkeling Day Trip (Based on your selected package)
- Boat & Jetty Fee
- Life Jacket & Snorkeling Set
- Island Hopping Guide
- Visit two Islands (either Manukan / Sapi / Mamutik)
- FREE for children under three (3) years old
- The island guide will select the two islands (either Manukan / Sapi / Mamutik) to visit based on weather conditions
- Please contact the attraction at least one (1) day before to arrange your meet up point
- Contact information will be provided in your e-Ticket
TUNKU ABDUL RAHMAN NATIONAL PARK DAY TRIP (Snorkelling)
Experience 2 island hops and discover what each one has to offer.
PACKAGE B: 2 Island Hopping + Parasailing
Enjoy two island hops and more fun with a parasailing activity at Sapi or Manukan Island. Fasten yourself and be towed behind a speed boat while attached to a specially designed canopy wing that resembles a parachute, known as a parasail wing. Relax and you will be taken sky high with the speed boat as you ascend and admire the amazing view of your surroundings with a bird’s-eye view. The parasailing activity certainly proves to be one of a kind and ultimately creates an unforgettable experience for you in Sabah.
TUNKU ABDUL RAHMAN NATIONAL PARK ISLANDS:Sapi Island
Slightly less teeming with tourists, but still popular is Sapi Island, which is separated from Gaya Island by a small channel that’s just over 200 meters wide. This island, during low tide, a sandbank appears, allowing you to walk over to Gaya Island. Enjoy the various shades and hues of blue from the sea that encapsulates the beauty of the sea.
Manukan Island is the most developed of the islands, making it the most popular one to visit. It can get pretty crowded on weekends, but if you happen to visit on a weekday, you can see why it’s a favorite – there’s plenty of activities to keep you busy. An island covered by lush green jungle, surrounded by white sand beaches and blue, crystal clear waters, it’s one of those places that gets your shutterbug mode on.
Though it’s the smallest island among the lot, Mamutik Island was one of my favorites, as it’s more for those who wish to relax on the beach. Under the cooling shade of the Casuarina trees, you can watch the multi-colored parachutes of the parasailers gliding over the open sea. If you’re crowd-averse, walk down to the far end of the beach towards a rocky outcrop, where there are fewer people and you can get nice photos of the island. Or just enjoy the cool waters of the sea and befriend the fishes while snorkelling.