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Group Special – 3 Days Leisure Diving 9 Dives 3 Pax.

(5 customer reviews)

From: $550

A fantastic promotional group package for certified ‘Malaysian’ divers wanting to dive with Borneo Dream in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah. Get a discounted price when 3 certified divers book nine dives over three consecutive days with our Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park diving trip. An excellent group price with the same high-quality scuba diving experience with Borneo Dream!!

To Book – Select the number of Malaysian and Non-Malaysian in your group to a maximum of 3 persons. Then select the date you require. The group price is displayed, excluding the Sabah Parks Conservation Fees.

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Dive computer rental

Monitor your dives with a dive computer rental. We offer Mares Puck Pro dive computers for rental. They are very simple to use and are also Nitrox/Enriched Air capeable. The replacement cost should you lose or damage it is RM 1000.00/unit.

U/Water Digital Camera Rental

Why not capture a few underwater memories with an underwater camera rental? We offer a Nikon W300 rated to 30m or GoPro Hero 11 with an underwater housing and float handle rated to 40m. Your images will be uploaded to a Google Drive, and a link will be shared with you. Photos will be available for download for approximately ten days. Please be aware that there will be a charge for loss or damage to the camera and housing RM 2500.00

Group Special – 3 Days Leisure Diving 9 Dives 3 Divers Kota Kinabalu

3x3x3 – 3 Certified divers completing three leisure dives a day for three consecutive days in Kota Kinabalu’s local marine park – Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park TAR. We will collect you from Jesselton Point Jetty at 08:50 each morning, transferring you to the local marina park. For 2-morning leisure dives before lunch, lunch on a tropical island. Then in the afternoon, a final dive before heading back to JP at around ~15:30. We will provide full equipment for your lunch and refreshments on board our boats. More information on diving and local marine can be found here. This is just one of our many Group Special Promotions available – Please get in touch with us for further information.

Leisure diving or fun dives in Kota Kinabalu with Borneo Dream

All-Inclusive Price – Includes return boat transfers from Jesselton Point Jetty daily, lunch on diving days, complete scuba diving equipment, snacks and freshwater onboard and Sabah Parks Diving Permit.

5 reviews for Group Special – 3 Days Leisure Diving 9 Dives 3 Pax.

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    Cas v (TripAdvisor)

    Great place to do fun dives! – Did 3 fun dives at the marine park with Borneo Dreams. The crew was full of energy but really professional – great vibe on board! Kit was in great order and everything was well arranged for us. Dive sites were really nice and we got lucky with some great marine life! Pics attached.

    Would definitely recommend fun diving or getting certified here! Thanks Dave & crew!!

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    Anna H (TripAdvisor)

    Amazing diving experience
    Having last dived 3 years ago when doing our OW PADI we were looking for a company who would provide a refresher day of diving in KK. Borneo dreams team were an excellent choice for us.

    The booking staff and managerial team were informative and accommodating, but our particular thanks goes to Jason, our diving instructor. He went through the short skills session clearly and for us, the basics came back fairly quickly. A girl in our group was less confident and he was very patient with her; he worked things out with another fun-diving group so that we could stay down while he took her up to reassure her. We then managed to do two more fun dives that afternoon and enjoyed it so much that we did a second day of diving.

    Though for us the visibility was mixed in Tunku Abdel Raman, we were really impressed with the soft corals, lots of reef fish including lion and scorpion fish and we had a couple of sightings of black tip reef sharks! Overall great diving experience with this company and would highly recommend them.

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    A TripAdvisor Me (TripAdvisor)

    Scuba with Borneo Dream – This was our 2nd event with Borneo Dreams, and once again they amazed us with their good and friendly service. This time around we did our 1st post qualification scuba dives with Borneo Dreams, and their advice and patience was very valuable to a newbie like me. I
    They know the dive sites around KK very well. Their equipment is well maintained, and not once did I feel uneasy. Thanks, Borneo Dream….it was an amazing 4 days and 12 dives.

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    Roger Pines, UK

    Great way to see the underwater world, myself and my two sons had a smashing time and can’t wait to come back and be look after by the best dive company in Kota Kinabalu. Many thanks Roger

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    KL Dive Man

    We have just got back from KK after using this package and I must say what excellent value and plus the dive were stunning. Keep up the good work and more Tiger Biscuits next time 🙂

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Kota Kinabalu Diving

  • Do I need a scuba review or a refresher?

    We often get asked, Can I have a scuba refresher? or Do I need a scuba review? The simple answer is it is up to you and your abilities. There is a massive difference between a diver who has not dived for 2 years and had logged 75 dives to a diver who completed his diving course 2 years ago and has not dived since. I’m sure many of you would now be quoting me section from various diving agency manuals and instructor guides, telling anyone who has not dived for 6 months should take a refresher or scuba review.

    Well, this is great advice. But that is all it is. At Borneo Dream, we have seen literally thousands of divers, new and old, since we began in 2006. And what I would say is this: If you are very comfortable in the water, you are in control of your own destiny, such as ascents and descents, with no assistance, and you are able to control your position in the water, buoyancy. Then we are happy to take you leisure diving in Kota Kinabalu.

    It is worth noting that on leisure diving or fun dive trips, your guide, whether it be a Divemaster or Instructor. They are there for the group as a guide, not your personal assistant. He is there to keep the group safe and show them items of interest in the water.

  • Can I fly after diving or climb a mountain?

    Flying after diving or going to Mount Kinabalu Park can be risky, and you need to know and understand this. Anytime you have been scuba diving, you should not go above 300 metres above sea level until you have met the following requirements:

    • A minimum of 12-hour surface interval was recommended for the single no-decompression dive.
    • A minimum of 18-hour surface interval for multi-day repetitive diving.
    • Substantially longer than 18 hours after diving involving compulsory decompression or using heliox and trimix.

    Further information can be found on the Divers Alert Network site or DAN – Please click here.

  • Is it easy to get from the city centre to Jesselton Point Jetty?

    Most watersports trips depart from Jesselton Point Jetty (https://g.page/JesseltonPoint) in central Kota Kinabalu. If you are staying at a city centre hotel or guest house you will often find it far quicker to walk to Jesselton Point. If you are staying at hotels or resorts such as Shangri-La Rasa Ria or Shangri-La Tanjung Aru Resort & Spa then I would certainly grab a taxi.

  • Will we still go diving if it is raining?

    The quick answer is “yes”. Sabah has a tropical climate and as part of this, we will typically have some tropical rain later in the day on most days. This rain is warm, often a welcome relief and for most activities does not stop play. Specifically for our scuba diving and snorkeling activities from Kota Kinabalu:-

    • It is still safe to snorkel and dive when it’s raining.
    • You won’t get cold if it rains as the sea temperature, for most of the year, is a toasty 28C – 30C. We also provide all our divers and snorkeling customers with 3mm tropical wet suits for thermal protection.
    • The tropical marine life will still be there to see as you enjoy your scuba diving or snorkeling activity.

    Whilst Sabah’s tropical climate means there’s a good chance it will rain at some point during your holiday, it’s this climate that also supports the rainforest, and it’s inhabitants, found here. Most days in Sabah, especially during the Dry Season, start off with blue sky, sunshine and a calm breeze with a chance of rain typically later in the day, evening or night time. As long as you come on holiday prepared for a hot, humid and sometimes wet tropical climate you will have a great time! Find to more about Sabah, and Sabah’s climate, on Sabah Tourism’s web site.

  • Where can I see whale sharks in Borneo?

    The whale shark is considered the largest fish in the world and is often on the bucket list of divers for their dream sightings on a dive. The whale shark inhabits tropical and warm-temperate seas and we are lucky to have a Whale Shark migration season on the west and east coast of Sabah, Borneo although possible sightings are quite small in number. If you don’t get to see a Whale Shark during your holiday to Borneo, don’t worry. The tropical waters off Sabah are located in the Coral Triangle making them home to an amazing variety of marine life waiting to be seen. The following are locations in Sabah offer the chance to see Whale Sharks during the Whale Shark migration season (if luck is on your side):-

    Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park, Kota Kinabalu

    Whale sharks come to feed on the plankton during the cooler months typically between November and February. Most years we have had a handful of Whale Shark sightings during a Borneo Dream snorkeling and scuba diving trip within the Marine Park.

    Lankayan Island, accessible by boat via Sandakan

    Whale shark sightings on Lankayan Island off the east coast of Sabah, Borneo are far from guaranteed. The whale shark season runs from March-May, when the sharks are migrating through the Sulu Sea, often passing close to the island to feed near the drop-offs.

    Layang Layang, accessible by flight via Kota Kinabalu

    Layang Layang is an atoll located 300 kilometres north-west of Kota Kinabalu. The island offers world-class diving along its drop-offs with regular sightings of pelagics in its waters. The diving season at Layang Layan is from

    March to August and divers, of they are lucky, may also encounter whale sharks during their migration season.

    For guaranteed sightings of Whale Sharks, we recommend you visit more famous locations in the world-renowned for Whale Shark sightings such as Ningaloo Reef in Australia. Find out more about the distribution of Whale Sharks.

  • Where can I dive in Borneo?

    In Borneo most of the scuba diving locations are to be found in Sabah, northern Borneo. Sabah is home to a range of popular diving locations including the following:-

    • For World famous dive locations choose Sipadan or Layang Layang. Both offer diving along drop offs, sightings of pelagics and regularly feature in the top diving locations in the World.
    • Muck diving at Mabul – Mabul may not have the stunning reef diving offered by neighbouring Sipadan, but it is compensated by offering some really cool muck diving being home a wide variety of unusual critters including nudibranchs, mandarinfish, frogfish and lots more.
    • The most accessible diving is offered at Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park – the Marine Park is easy to visit from Kota Kinabalu and offers calm, sheltered coral reef dive sites suitable for beginners as well as offering chilled out diving for more experienced divers.
    • For idyllic island resort diving check out Lankayan Island or Pulau Mataking. Both have just one Resort located offering a secluded stay, white sand beaches and diving along the reefs fringing the island. 

    If you are into wreck diving then check out the wrecks located in the waters near Labuan – the American Wreck, Australian Wreck, Cement Wreck and the Blue Water Wreck. Dive Centre(s) in Brunei typically offer diving trips to the wrecks.

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