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Diver price: 1430 RM / Non-Diver price: 1100 RM

***Price for Junior Diver is same as Adult Diver***

DESTINATION OF THE ISLANDS:
Sipadan Scuba/NBDSS reserves the right to reschedule the trip if there’s a Restriction by the Local Government Authority during Covid-19 Pandemic Period.

PRICE INCLUDES:
*1 Day Sipadan Trip
*pack Lunch & drinking Water
*snorkeling & diving Equipment
*weights, weight-belt & 6 tanks [Diver only]
*boat transfers from Semporna/Islands/Semporna
*FREE BONUS 3 Islands/Day @ Tour A,B,C [Free Selection]
*6 dives guided by our Multilingual Divemaster [Diver] & Snorkeling Guide [Non-Diver]


PRICE EXCLUDES:
air ticket,land transfers,accomodation at HOLIDAY DIVE INN,breakfast & dinner.

PLEASE CLICK THE “Prices & details” [at the top right] BEFORE MAKING ANY BOOKINGS:
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TOUR A,B,C + SIPADAN COVERED:

BOHEYDULANG,MANTABUAN,SIBUAN,MATAKING,POM-POM,TIMBA-TIMBA,KAPALAI,MABUL & SIPADAN ISLAND:


SIPADAN ISLAND:
Sipadan Island, the most famous island off Borneo, is a diver's dream destination. We offer day trips from Semporna to this truly remarkable island that sticks out of the 600m deep Celebes Sea. At Sipadan turtles can be seen on every dive but even while snorkelling there is a good chance to see some of these breathtaking creatures. The active scuba diver might see as many as 7 different kinds of sharks. At Barracuda Point, perhaps the best dive site of all, a tornado of Barracudas can often be spotted darkening out the sun while schooling jacks and giant hump head parrotfish are also regular sights. At South Pt. hundreds of hammerheads and the very rare thresher sharks often patrol at depth far off the wall while the Drop Off offers a great view down the 2000 foot wall. For experienced cave divers we also arrange dives to the famous Turtle Tomb as many divers called it `A Class Diving', a 70m long cave system with several skeletons of turtles that got lost in the cave while looking for a place to rest. The boat trip from our base in Semporna takes little more than 1 hour by speed boat and we offer daily 2 or 3 tank dives at various dive sites in Sipadan.

BOHEYDULANG ISLAND:
The Gaya Island Group [BoheyDulang] consists of 3 steep islands separated by narrow, shallow channels that form the left overs of a long extinct volcano with the rest of the crater being submerged as a shallow reef. The island group used to be home of a Japanese pearl farm and left overs are still visible on one of the islands and at several spots underwater. The shallow rim to the south has some excellent coral growth which, according to well known marine biologist Dr. Natalie Wood, easily outnumbers the species found at the Great Barrier Reef. There is a very large number of small but rare fish that can be found here at depths ranging from 1m to 20m. Larger fish like eagle rays and trevally can be found at the northern side of the island group in the channel towards Mantabuan.

MANTABUAN ISLAND:
Mantabuan Island, located behind the ancient volcano of BoheyDulang, is approximately 40 minutes away from Semporna. The Black Coral Forest, its best dive site, is located at the end of a gentle slope at a depth of 25m-30m. Huge bushes of the precious coral can be found there, ranging in colour from white to neon green to purple. Turtles are frequently seen resting there, and eagle rays can be seen overhead when the current picks up. The massive coral boulders at shallower depths are ideal for looking for lobsters, frogfish, and a wide variety of other coral fish. Some of the best soft coral and large table coral can be found at nearby Mantabuan 2, an underwater mountain that rises from 60m to a depth of 10m below the surface, often with nurse sharks or blue spotted stingrays resting beneath. Dive sites further North and West of the island, on the other hand, are excellent for spotting Turtles, Barracudas, and a variety of smaller critters.

SIBUAN ISLAND:
Sibuan Island, locally known as 'Battleship Island' for it‘s extinctive shape, is located app. 30 mins by speed boat from Semporna. Sibuan is one of the smallest islands in the whole bay but it is very popular for swimmers and snorkelers and certainly the most photographed island after Sipadan. Sibuan Island got a gentle falling, white sandy beach that is perfect for swimmers and non swimmers alike, someone can play in the shallows without being worried about stepping on any sharp coral. Further outside, at the drop off, there are beautiful coral formations to discover with plenty of fish hiding in between. The unique cuttlefish as well as turtles and sting rays can be seen here quite often. More experienced divers will appreciate the chance to get close up to mandarin fish, frog fish and ghost pipe fish. With its combination of shallow plateaus and steep slopes this little treasure island is a regular stop over during our Open Water Diver Courses and experienced diver programs.

MATAKING ISLAND:
Mataking Island actually consists of two islands only separated at high tide by a long sand bank. The islands of Mataking are just north of Boheyan and became famous in 1998 when a Scandinavian film crew stayed on the islands for several month to produce a "Robinson" TV series. The islands have a magnificent white sandy beach with swaying coconut trees. Both islands are surrounded by a large, very long coral reef that slopes from knee deep to about 80m. Groupers and large trevallys, schools of barracudas and lots of spotted rays can be seen at the various dive sites around here. We also have discovered a plateau in 30m depth where grey reef sharks, whitetip sharks, nurse sharks, even hammerheads, and large eagle rays can be observed whenever the current gets really strong..

POM-POM ISLAND:
Pom-Pom Island is a recently discovered dive location, and a spectacular wall dive has just been discovered there. There were numerous hollows and crannies to explore, which were teeming with creatures like painted spiney lobsters and not to mention the lovely nudibranchs and gobies.

TIMBA-TIMBA ISLAND:
Timba- Timba Island is known for its beautiful beaches, which are ideal for spotting rare marine life such as large cuttlefish, frog fish, crab, sea snakes, and sometimes nurse sharks hiding under table coral. Other common sightings besides turtles include blue ribbon eels, moray eels, barracudas, lobster, large coral trout, and snappers.

MABUL ISLAND:
Mabul Island, just 20 minutes north of Sipadan Island and the last island still on the Borneo shelf before the ocean floor drops to some 800m, has been named in many diving magazines for it's popularity amongst macro photographers who look for the really rare creatures. Multicolored nudibranches, flamboyant cuttlefish, large anglerfish, seahorses, blue ribbon eel, ghost pipefish, blue ring octopus and many more are waiting to be discovered at the 8 dive spots around Mabul. Those who went to all these sites already also have a choice to combine dives at Mabul with a short hop to Kapalai, just about 10min from Mabul where more dive sites wait to be discovered.

KAPALAI SPOT:
Kapalai, at the edge of the Ligitan Reef, has been little more than a sand bank, until the construction of Sipadan-Kapalai Resort. The resort activities have prevented fisherman from intruding and thus boosted the number of fish greatly. It‘s shallow reef on the protected north end, sloping from just beneath the surface to appr. 20m, is teeming with fish life in all colors, and the sharp eyes of our dedicated divemasters can help you to spot such incredible critters like clown frogfish, mandarin fish, nudibraches, flambuoyant cuttlefish, mantis shrimp to name but a few. At the southern end of the reef a slope runs down to just about 12m where a long but narrow sandy area is a favorite hiding place for sting rays and turtles can be found resting at coral formations to both sides. By venturing further out to the deep end sightings of whitetip reef sharks are also common. Kapalai can be reached from Semporna within appr. 40 mins.

DIVING IN SIPADAN ISLAND:
As announced by the Malaysian Government effective 10th Feb 2013 the following rules apply when diving Sipadan Island: Strictly No Hand Gloves are allowed when diving in Sipadan! It is recommended that you are a certified Advanced Open Water Diver [AOWD], or an entry level diver with recent diving experience and MIN.20 logged dives before diving in Sipadan. However you're welcome to upgrade your Level to a certified Advanced Open Water Diver [AOWD] once you've completed PADI Open Water Course [OWD] in order for you to dive in Sipadan with us.

FOR PEACE OF MIND:
1: We require our valued customers to purchase a Travel Insurance which covered Any Adventure Activities especially for Scuba Diving and Water Sports or you may buy online Travel Insurance before your flight departure date from WORLDNOMADS
2: No CASH PAYMENT to be paid to our Third-Party Agents if booked over our online website. Please pay via [VISA/MC] Credit Card in order to avoid any scam methods

OUR REQUIREMENT:
Must book and paid in 6 persons/group and please ready copies of your Booking Receipt, Travel Insurance Policy, IC/Passport & SWAB Test Result Certificate for each Individual and present those documents to our FrontDesk Staff upon arrival/check-in with us.

BOOKING AND BOOKING RESCHEDULE MADE BEFORE 18.03.2020:
Should you have any bookings including Non-Refundable bookings at our properties, you may reschedule bookings having travel up to 31.01.2022 without any charges. For any bookings made with Third-Party Travel Agents, please contact the respective agents regarding their modification and reschedule policies. Failure to arrive at the property without making official modification will be treated as a No-Show [Sealed Deal]

COVID-19 & GENERAL STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES:
We take the standards for hygiene and cleanliness very seriously. We are taking additional steps to ensure the safety of our guests during their stay on the property of our utmost importance. On a daily basis, our team is working to ensure they meet the latest guidance on hygiene, cleaning & SOP rules. Our divecentre & hotels’ health and safety's measures are designed to address a broad spectrum of viruses; including COVID-19, and everything from hand washing hygiene and cleaning product specifications to guest rooms, boats, and common area cleaning procedures.

ANNOUNCEMENT:
a).Price for Junior Diver is same as Adult Diver
b).Prices Are Subject To Change Without Prior Notice
c).Please be informed, all of our island trips are depart from Semporna at ~8.00am. Please standby in our Divecentre at ~ 7.30am.
d).Please show proof of Birth Certificate [Age: 1-11], Identity Card or Passport Upon Check-In with us
e).Governments' Jetty, Conservation & Entrance Fees are EXCLUDED in all prices.

AIRLINES & AIRPORT DESTINATIONS:
Look up "Airport Near You" to book flights to Kuala Lumpur [KLIA] then transit to Tawau Airport [last stop]

AIRPORT PICK-UP SERVICE FROM TAWAU AIRPORT > SEMPORNA:
Please download Ride-Hailing Apps that you can use in whole Malaysia:
GRAB, AirAsia, MyCar, EzCab, MULA, DACSEE, RIDING PINK [Women Only]

OUR LOCATION IN SEMPORNA:
Please print this MAP to guide you for how to reach us in Semporna.
LANDMARK:
Sipadan Scuba Divecentre just behind the Holiday Dive Inn building

OUR HOTEL IN SEMPORNA:
If you haven't booked any accommodations in Semporna you may consider booking a stay at the HOLIDAY DIVE INN located 10mtr walking distance to our Diveshop located right at the waterfront.

NO FLYING AFTER DIVING:
Please be reminded of the latest Flying after Diving guidelines.
We remind of a MINIMUM 18 HOURS surface interval after the final dive before flying

You may fly the next day after:
08:00 am the next morning if you did 2 dives on your last day diving
10:00 am the next morning if you did 3 dives on your last day diving


6DAYS/5NIGHTS @ 9 ISLAND TRIPS IN SEMPORNA [A,B,C TOURS + SIPADAN]
Book now »
Prices & details »

Diver price: 1730 RM / Non-Diver price: 1400 RM

***Price for Junior Diver is same as Adult Diver***

DESTINATION OF THE ISLANDS:
Sipadan Scuba/NBDSS reserves the right to reschedule the trip if there’s a Restriction by the Local Government Authority during Covid-19 Pandemic Period.

PRICE INCLUDES:
*1 Day Sipadan Trip
*1 Day for 3 Islands/Day @ Tour A,B,C [Free Selection]
*pack Lunch & drinking Water
*snorkeling & diving Equipment
*weights, weight-belt & 6 tanks [Diver only]
*boat transfers from Semporna/Islands/Semporna
*6 dives guided by our Multilingual Divemaster [Diver] & Snorkeling Guide [Non-Diver]


PRICE EXCLUDES:
air ticket,land transfers,accomodation at HOLIDAY DIVE INN,breakfast & dinner.

PLEASE CLICK THE “Prices & details” [at the top right] BEFORE MAKING ANY BOOKINGS:
****************************************************************************************************


BOHEYDULANG,MANTABUAN,SIBUAN,MATAKING,POM-POM,TIMBA-TIMBA,KAPALAI,MABUL & SIPADAN ISLAND:


SIPADAN ISLAND:
Sipadan Island, the most famous island off Borneo, is a diver's dream destination. We offer day trips from Semporna to this truly remarkable island that sticks out of the 600m deep Celebes Sea. At Sipadan turtles can be seen on every dive but even while snorkelling there is a good chance to see some of these breathtaking creatures. The active scuba diver might see as many as 7 different kinds of sharks. At Barracuda Point, perhaps the best dive site of all, a tornado of Barracudas can often be spotted darkening out the sun while schooling jacks and giant hump head parrotfish are also regular sights. At South Pt. hundreds of hammerheads and the very rare thresher sharks often patrol at depth far off the wall while the Drop Off offers a great view down the 2000 foot wall. For experienced cave divers we also arrange dives to the famous Turtle Tomb as many divers called it `A Class Diving', a 70m long cave system with several skeletons of turtles that got lost in the cave while looking for a place to rest. The boat trip from our base in Semporna takes little more than 1 hour by speed boat and we offer daily 2 or 3 tank dives at various dive sites in Sipadan.

BOHEYDULANG ISLAND:
The Gaya Island Group [BoheyDulang] consists of 3 steep islands separated by narrow, shallow channels that form the left overs of a long extinct volcano with the rest of the crater being submerged as a shallow reef. The island group used to be home of a Japanese pearl farm and left overs are still visible on one of the islands and at several spots underwater. The shallow rim to the south has some excellent coral growth which, according to well known marine biologist Dr. Natalie Wood, easily outnumbers the species found at the Great Barrier Reef. There is a very large number of small but rare fish that can be found here at depths ranging from 1m to 20m. Larger fish like eagle rays and trevally can be found at the northern side of the island group in the channel towards Mantabuan.

MANTABUAN ISLAND:
Mantabuan Island, located behind the ancient volcano of BoheyDulang, is approximately 40 minutes away from Semporna. The Black Coral Forest, its best dive site, is located at the end of a gentle slope at a depth of 25m-30m. Huge bushes of the precious coral can be found there, ranging in colour from white to neon green to purple. Turtles are frequently seen resting there, and eagle rays can be seen overhead when the current picks up. The massive coral boulders at shallower depths are ideal for looking for lobsters, frogfish, and a wide variety of other coral fish. Some of the best soft coral and large table coral can be found at nearby Mantabuan 2, an underwater mountain that rises from 60m to a depth of 10m below the surface, often with nurse sharks or blue spotted stingrays resting beneath. Dive sites further North and West of the island, on the other hand, are excellent for spotting Turtles, Barracudas, and a variety of smaller critters.

SIBUAN ISLAND:
Sibuan Island, locally known as 'Battleship Island' for it‘s extinctive shape, is located app. 30 mins by speed boat from Semporna. Sibuan is one of the smallest islands in the whole bay but it is very popular for swimmers and snorkelers and certainly the most photographed island after Sipadan. Sibuan Island got a gentle falling, white sandy beach that is perfect for swimmers and non swimmers alike, someone can play in the shallows without being worried about stepping on any sharp coral. Further outside, at the drop off, there are beautiful coral formations to discover with plenty of fish hiding in between. The unique cuttlefish as well as turtles and sting rays can be seen here quite often. More experienced divers will appreciate the chance to get close up to mandarin fish, frog fish and ghost pipe fish. With its combination of shallow plateaus and steep slopes this little treasure island is a regular stop over during our Open Water Diver Courses and experienced diver programs.

MATAKING ISLAND:
Mataking Island actually consists of two islands only separated at high tide by a long sand bank. The islands of Mataking are just north of Boheyan and became famous in 1998 when a Scandinavian film crew stayed on the islands for several month to produce a "Robinson" TV series. The islands have a magnificent white sandy beach with swaying coconut trees. Both islands are surrounded by a large, very long coral reef that slopes from knee deep to about 80m. Groupers and large trevallys, schools of barracudas and lots of spotted rays can be seen at the various dive sites around here. We also have discovered a plateau in 30m depth where grey reef sharks, whitetip sharks, nurse sharks, even hammerheads, and large eagle rays can be observed whenever the current gets really strong..

POM-POM ISLAND:
Pom-Pom Island is a recently discovered dive location, and a spectacular wall dive has just been discovered there. There were numerous hollows and crannies to explore, which were teeming with creatures like painted spiney lobsters and not to mention the lovely nudibranchs and gobies.

TIMBA-TIMBA ISLAND:
Timba- Timba Island is known for its beautiful beaches, which are ideal for spotting rare marine life such as large cuttlefish, frog fish, crab, sea snakes, and sometimes nurse sharks hiding under table coral. Other common sightings besides turtles include blue ribbon eels, moray eels, barracudas, lobster, large coral trout, and snappers.

MABUL ISLAND:
Mabul Island, just 20 minutes north of Sipadan Island and the last island still on the Borneo shelf before the ocean floor drops to some 800m, has been named in many diving magazines for it's popularity amongst macro photographers who look for the really rare creatures. Multicolored nudibranches, flamboyant cuttlefish, large anglerfish, seahorses, blue ribbon eel, ghost pipefish, blue ring octopus and many more are waiting to be discovered at the 8 dive spots around Mabul. Those who went to all these sites already also have a choice to combine dives at Mabul with a short hop to Kapalai, just about 10min from Mabul where more dive sites wait to be discovered.

KAPALAI SPOT:
Kapalai, at the edge of the Ligitan Reef, has been little more than a sand bank, until the construction of Sipadan-Kapalai Resort. The resort activities have prevented fisherman from intruding and thus boosted the number of fish greatly. It‘s shallow reef on the protected north end, sloping from just beneath the surface to appr. 20m, is teeming with fish life in all colors, and the sharp eyes of our dedicated divemasters can help you to spot such incredible critters like clown frogfish, mandarin fish, nudibraches, flambuoyant cuttlefish, mantis shrimp to name but a few. At the southern end of the reef a slope runs down to just about 12m where a long but narrow sandy area is a favorite hiding place for sting rays and turtles can be found resting at coral formations to both sides. By venturing further out to the deep end sightings of whitetip reef sharks are also common. Kapalai can be reached from Semporna within appr. 40 mins.

DIVING IN SIPADAN ISLAND:
As announced by the Malaysian Government effective 10th Feb 2013 the following rules apply when diving Sipadan Island: Strictly No Hand Gloves are allowed when diving in Sipadan! It is recommended that you are a certified Advanced Open Water Diver [AOWD], or an entry level diver with recent diving experience and MIN.20 logged dives before diving in Sipadan. However you're welcome to upgrade your Level to a certified Advanced Open Water Diver [AOWD] once you've completed PADI Open Water Course [OWD] in order for you to dive in Sipadan with us.

FOR PEACE OF MIND:
1: We require our valued customers to purchase a Travel Insurance which covered Any Adventure Activities especially for Scuba Diving and Water Sports or you may buy online Travel Insurance before your flight departure date from WORLDNOMADS
2: No CASH PAYMENT to be paid to our Third-Party Agents if booked over our online website. Please pay via [VISA/MC] Credit Card in order to avoid any scam methods

OUR REQUIREMENT:
Please ready copies of your Booking Receipt, Travel Insurance Policy, IC/Passport & SWAB Test Result Certificate for each Individual and present those documents to our FrontDesk Staff upon arrival/check-in with us.

BOOKING AND BOOKING RESCHEDULE MADE BEFORE 18.03.2020:
Should you have any bookings including Non-Refundable bookings at our properties, you may reschedule bookings having travel up to 31.01.2022 without any charges. For any bookings made with Third-Party Travel Agents, please contact the respective agents regarding their modification and reschedule policies. Failure to arrive at the property without making official modification will be treated as a No-Show [Sealed Deal]

COVID-19 & GENERAL STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES:
We take the standards for hygiene and cleanliness very seriously. We are taking additional steps to ensure the safety of our guests during their stay on the property of our utmost importance. On a daily basis, our team is working to ensure they meet the latest guidance on hygiene, cleaning & SOP rules. Our divecentre & hotels’ health and safety's measures are designed to address a broad spectrum of viruses; including COVID-19, and everything from hand washing hygiene and cleaning product specifications to guest rooms, boats, and common area cleaning procedures.

ANNOUNCEMENT:
a).Price for Junior Diver is same as Adult Diver
b).Prices Are Subject To Change Without Prior Notice
c).Please be informed, all of our island trips are depart from Semporna at ~8.00am. Please standby in our Divecentre at ~ 7.30am.
d).Please show proof of Birth Certificate [Age: 1-11], Identity Card or Passport Upon Check-In with us
e).Governments' Jetty, Conservation & Entrance Fees are EXCLUDED in all prices.

AIRLINES & AIRPORT DESTINATIONS:
Look up "Airport Near You" to book flights to Kuala Lumpur [KLIA] then transit to Tawau Airport [last stop]

AIRPORT PICK-UP SERVICE FROM TAWAU AIRPORT > SEMPORNA:
Please download Ride-Hailing Apps that you can use in whole Malaysia:
GRAB, AirAsia, MyCar, EzCab, MULA, DACSEE, RIDING PINK [Women Only]

OUR LOCATION IN SEMPORNA:
Please print this MAP to guide you for how to reach us in Semporna.
LANDMARK:
Sipadan Scuba Divecentre just behind the Holiday Dive Inn building

OUR HOTEL IN SEMPORNA:
If you haven't booked any accommodations in Semporna you may consider booking a stay at the HOLIDAY DIVE INN located 10mtr walking distance to our Diveshop located right at the waterfront.

NO FLYING AFTER DIVING:
Please be reminded of the latest Flying after Diving guidelines.
We remind of a MINIMUM 18 HOURS surface interval after the final dive before flying

You may fly the next day after:
08:00 am the next morning if you did 2 dives on your last day diving
10:00 am the next morning if you did 3 dives on your last day diving