Summit of Kinabalu
Conquer South-East Asia's greatest peak, Mount Kinabalu, whilst combining it with a nature guided tour of the surrounding UN world heritage park. Spend the first day sightseeing and acclimatising to the altitude. Start your ascent with our mountain guide on the second day and be immersed in the mountain highland surroundings, staying overnight on the mountain before making your way to the summit early the next morning for a once in a lifetime experience of seeing the sunrise high above the clouds. Return for boasting privileges of conquering one of the world's great mountains.
Ascent via Timpohon Gate Route
Expected time of departure : 0800hrs; Rates : See Rates Details tab above
Drive 2 hours overland to the foothills of Mt. Kinabalu at 1500m above sea level. Have a short stop at Pekan Nabalu market to savour local fruits in season. Visit the Kinabalu Natural History Gallery and Mountain Garden in Kinabalu Park Headquarters. If weather permits, take a guided walk on one of the trails in the cool surrounding to explore the montane forest. Temperature at the park is around 14°C - 25°C. Stay overnight in Kundasang (dormitory).(Lunch & Dinner)
Transfer to Timpohon Gate at 6,000 ft (1,828m) to start the 4-6 hours trek with mountain guide to the overnight accommodation (dormitory), with common bathroom and restaurant at Laban Rata at 10,700 ft (3,261m). Do not forget to look around for some of the flowers and pitcher plants along the trail. Temperature is around 5°C - 10°C. (Breakfast, Packed Lunch & Dinner)
Start ascent at 3 am to reach the summit at 13,435 ft (4,095.2m) in time for the sunrise at 6 am. After photography, return to Park HQ for late high tea and at 1430hrs, transfer back to Kota Kinabalu. (Breakfast & Lunch)
THINGS TO BRING: Please bring along your passport, sun block lotion, personal toiletries, hat, good walking/trekking shoes, windbreaker, warm clothing, towel, torchlight, waterproof gloves, raincoat, water bottle, energy food and personal medical kit including headache tablet and Paracetamol for altitude sickness, lip gross, insect repellent, extra socks, tissue papers and water proof bag for camera.
Tours and transfers, accommodation and meals specified, permit fee, insurance, entrance fee, certificate, Private Mountain Guide and English speaking guide (Kinabalu Park tour only).
Camera fee and items not mentioned. English speaking guide (subject to availability) and porter for Mt. trekking available on request at a surcharge.
MYR 2513 per person
Single Supplement : MYR 360
Valid from 01 April 2018 till 31 March 2019.
All rates are inclusive of 6% GST.
Effective 1st September 2017, foreign guests will be charged a flat rate of RM10 per room per night for all Tourism Tax (TTx) registered hotel classifications in Malaysia.
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Mattias Brandt , Sweden, 13 Jan 2018 – 26 Jan 2018
We had a fabulous trip in Borneo. Borneo Eco Tours arranged our trip to climb Mt Kinabalu and our jungle lodge for 3 days. Our guides in Sandakan were great as well as our guide in the jungle and on the mountain. All transport was on time and moved quickly, bags transferred easily and communication was easy. We only wish we could have continued to explore more of Borneo and what Eco Tours had to offer.
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bmp0809, Denmark, February 2016
Thank you very much for organising our climb of Mt Kinabalu. Felix and our mountain guide looked after us very well indeed.
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