Sipadan Diving Centre

DIVING SIPADAN ISLAND – 3 DIVES !
RM 1,050.00 per pax

We Guaranteed Sipadan Entry

Our dive center located in Semporna, situated in the east coast of Sabah, Malaysia on the island of Borneo. We are within walking distance to Banks, Seafood Restaurant and Entertainment Outlets. Just a stone throw away from the jetty to all Islands.

We offer daily Scuba Diving and Snorkeling guaranteed trips to Sipadan Island, Mabul, Kapalai Islands or Tun Sakaran Marine Park within the Celebes Sea to explore the macro and pelagic underwater marine life.

SNORKELING SIPADAN ISLAND
RM 1,000.00 per pax

Our professional dive guide and dedicated staffs will ensure our guest have a safe and wonderful diving holiday with us.

There is a whole range of diving equipments at our Sipadan Diving Centre available for rentals if our guests preferred not to travel with heavy luggage.

We also offer scuba diving courses from beginner level to professional level. Our courses are conducted mainly around the reefs near Semporna, Kapalai Island, Mabul Island or Tun Sakaran Marine Park in the Celebes Sea.

 

How to find us and get there?
  • You can either catch local coaches (BUS) from Kota Kinabalu or fly with Air Asia and Malaysian Airlines offers multiple flights daily to Tawau, where you’re just an hour (99km) drive away from Tawau Airport to Semporna
  • Coaches leave daily for Semporna at 7.30am and 7.30pm from the Kota Kinabalu Bus Terminal (Inanam Terminal). It takes about 9 – 10 hours to reach Semporna by bus and cost approximately MYR 70.00 – MYR 85.00

Rental Camera & Dive Computer
  • Panasonic Lumix with waterproof housing – RM 50 per day
  • Gopro 3 Silver Plus – RM 50 per day
  • Gopro Red Fliter – RM 10.00
  • Gopro Monopod – RM 10.00
  • Iphone 4, 4s & 5s waterproof housing – RM 50 per day
  • SuuntoZoop Dive Computer – RM 50 per day
  • Take Note RM 50.00 Deposit

Not Included

  • Conservation Fee RM 10.00 (18 yrs & Above)
  • Conservation Fee RM 6.00 (Below 18 yrs)
  • Insurance Fee RM 8.50 per diver – per day

 

 

 

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Sipadan Island got it name from the word SIPARAN, which refer to a dead body of a person namely PARA (Si Paran) whom had been found restlessly on the beach of the island”

Sipadan Island is a tiny island is Malaysia’s only oceanic island, rising 700 metres from the ocean floor. The diversity of marine life here is apparent. There are many dive sites around the island which serve as home and transit points for a wide variety of marine life, including fish, turtles and sharks. It is no wonder that it continues to attract a growing number of underwater enthusiasts. Located in the Celebes Sea east of the major town of Tawau and off the coast of East Malaysia on the Island of Borneo, Sabah. Sipadan island formed by living corals growing on top of an extinct volcanic cone that took thousands of years to develop, for this Sipadan is one of the richest marine habitats in the world. More than 3,000 species of fish and hundreds of coral species have been classified in this ecosystem.

Diving in Sipadan Island is for many, a once in a lifetime experience. Avid divers and snorkelers from all over the world are willing to spend precious time and money to immerse themselves in the waters off Sipadan Island.

With the remote location of the Sipadan Islands, the list of marine attractions here is quite impressive and fascinating as it gives every scuba diver a chance to come across bigger sized fish like a whole circulating large school of barracuda, containing so many fish in it that even the sunlight gets blocked out. Some divers claimed Sipadan it’s like a ‘Aquarium’….rare scuba diving scenes are frequently seen in the waters around Sipadan, schools of greenback turtles and hawksbill turtles nesting and mating, schools of barracuda & big-eye trevally in tornado like formations, pelagic species such as manta rays, eagle rays, scalloped hammerhead sharks and whale sharks and more.

  • Also a mysterious Sipadan Turtle Tomb lies underneath the column of the island

Information

  • April through October is the best time to visit Sipadan Island. The rainy season is November to March. The water temperature ranges from 79 to 86 degrees (26C to 30C) year round.

 

 

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Borneo Climb & Dive Sdn. Bhd. specializes in nature based tours with packages. As a Mount Kinabalu Agency and Dive operator, we places a special focus on diving tours both the east and west coast of Sabah.

We offer both local and foreign tourists a wide range of things to do while in Sabah, (such a city tours, mount climbing & wildlife observation), to sea-based activities (diving and snorkeling).