Welcome to Scuba Diving Sabah!
Scuba Dive Sabah at PADI 5 Star Dive Centre & Dive Shop in Borneo, Malaysia
Scuba Dive Sabah with Downbelow's PADI 5 Star IDC Dive Centre in Kota Kinabalu.
The scuba dive operations consists of the PADI 5 Star IDC Dive Centre on the torpical Gaya Island and the dive shop, classroom and travel centre at the head office in KK Times Square on the mainlain.
The dive centre is ideal for scuba diving Sabah, with full service and facilities that can cater for snorkeling, scuba diving, sea kayaking, trekking and a variety of team building activities.
The island from where you will scuba dive Sabah is just 10 minutes away by boat from the city in the TAR Park, a protect marine reserve spanning 49km².
Another 1 hour away by boat, you can scuba dive the other treasures of Sabah at the world famous Pulau Tiga, or Survivor Island as you may know it. With Downbelow's fast speedboats, the journey time is cut down.
Downbelow Marine & WIldlife Adventures Sdn Bhd scuba dives in Sabah under the leadership of British and award winning photo journalists Richard & Joanne of Downbelow Dive Centre UK.
When first they scuba dived in Sabah they realised that the country is full of hidden treasures for sports enthusiasts, travelers and adventure & team building events.
They relocated the successful Downbelow UK to Sabah to introduce their existing international clients to this wonderful part of the world, and have scuba dived in Sabah ever since.
In addition to being a PADI 5 Star IDC Dive Centre in excellent standing that also follows British Health & Safety Guidelines, Downbelow's scuba dive Sabah operations are licensed by the Malaysian Ministry of Culture, Arts & Tourism
They pride themselves on giving every traveler, honeymoon couple or corporate events manager a personal approach, and they happily give advice and recommendations for those visiting the region.
When you scuba dive Sabah with Downbelow you scuba dive to the highest standards of safety with experienced, well qualified staff who are flexibile enough to meet your needs and adapt to the conditions.
Through Downbelow's photography they illustrate their knoweldge and experience of the region, where they have lead and dived with corporate and private groups for over 10 years.
Combine these assests with the friendliness and knowledge of local personnel and your experience will be second to none when you scuba dive Sabah.
Downbelow, their staff and friends are all committed to environmental and wildlife conservation, which is why they conduct, support and promote various initiatives and campaigns while scuba diving Sabah