Crocker Range National Park + Waterfall Trekking

Crocker Range National Park covers 1,399 km², making it the largest park in Sabah. The park consists of both hill and montane forest, with many species of flora and fauna endemic to Borneo. Maintenance of this forest cover is essential to ensuring a pure water supply for many of the towns and communities in Sabah.
The park contains at least five species of primates, such as the orang-utan, gibbons and the furry tarsier with its enormous round eyes, and extremely sociable long-tailed macaques. The Padas River bisects the range between Beaufort and Tenom.

Itinerary:

Pickup from your hotel in Kota Kinabalu, and we depart for a halfday trip to the Crocker National Park. We drive through Rice fields and local roads, to reach the entrance of the Crocker Range National Park. From here we enjoy a stunning view over the city Kota Kinabalu, the islands, airport, etc etc.

Crocker Range Itinerary

We make a downhill trekking to the waterfall (400 meters) and afterwards we go for swimming in a small stream. On the way back to Kota Kinabalu, we will enjoy a local lunch, before i bring you back to your hotel or airport.

Things to bring:
Bring a towel, trekking shoes, swimming gear, and water, insect repellent.

Rates valid till 31st March 2015
2 persons cost a RM145 per person.
4 persons cost a RM115 per person.