The Mount Kinabalu Climb offers a wonderful, unforgettable experience for the more adventurous holiday makers who want to explore the amazing richness of the flora and fauna of the Kinabalu National Park, while engaging into climbing the astonishing Mount Kinabalu (4095m).
The climb is the perfect vacation offer for those who want to combine an exciting adventure with a relaxing experience. This is suitable for holidaymakers longing for exotic places and unforgettable landscapes. What’s more, you do not have to be a professional climber to be able to complete the trip.
-Porter Fee (Optional)
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-Pick up outside Kota Kinabalu city (e.g. Beringgis Beach Resort/Langkah Syabas Beach Resort ). RM50.00 per person
0600 - 0700 hrs
Meet and pick up from your hotel lobby proceed to Kinabalu Park. It takes approximately 2 hours to Park HQ.
On arrival, register at Kinabalu Park HQ, collect packed lunch and proceed to Timpohon Gate and you will start your journey which take approximately 4-5 hours depending on your level fitness. The Borneo's highest mountain, this magnificent granite massif stands at 4,095.2M. Although the climb requires no mountaineering skills, it is by no means an easy trek and demands a certain level of physical fitness.
Overnight at Laban Rata resthouse (Non-heated dormitory).
Meals: Packed Lunch, Buffet Dinner At Laban Rata
Your mountain conquest begins in the wee hours, after your supper breakfast, ahead of heavy morning mist at 2.00am, to catch the first rays of the sun at early dawn. Low’s Peak, at 4095.2m, is your summit destination for a spectacular view of the distance horizon as far as the eye can see (weather permitting).
Enjoy a late breakfast at Laban Rata before descending to park headquarters, where successful climbers are awarded a certificate.
After lunch transfer to Kota Kinabalu for your hotel.
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch
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** Lunch will be converted to packed lunch on Day 2 (Mt.Kinabalu descent) for climbers who arrived late and missed the lunch timing. (12:00pm - 4.30pm)
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