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Kiulu White Water Rafting + Garama Proboscis Monkey Wetland Tour
After rafting take a leisurely boat cruise along the Garama River with scenic view of forests which inhabit the curious-looking Proboscis Monkey.
Itinerary (Click to toggle view)
Depart from your hotel in Kota Kinabalu and proceed to Kiulu river located at Tamparuli area. (journey takes 1 ½ - 2 hours drive)
Arrive at the starting point. Safety briefing will be given by Riverbug professional river guide and signing of Liability Release form.
Rafting commences. Excursion takes about 2 hours to the ending point.
Arrive at ending point. Freshen-up and ready for buffet lunch.
Depart for Garama river
Arrive at Garama river and start the river cruise for 1 hour and 45 minutes in search of Proboscis Monkey and other wildlife along the riverbank.
Buffet dinner will be served among the glittering lanterns that light up the area.
Catch glimpses of fireflies slowly lighting up and decorating the mangrove trees (if weather permits).
End of tour. Along your way to the coach, you will be accompanied by the crickets happily singing to wish you safely home.
Estimated time of arriving in Kota Kinabalu.
Remarks (Excludes/ Includes/ Notes) (Click to toggle view)
Pick up and Drop off Service
Certified White Water Rafting Equipment
White Water Rafting Certificate (upon request)
Licensed Tourist Guide
Certified River Guide
Certified First Aider Guide
Certified Swift Water Rescue Guide
English Speaking Guide,
Safety Kayaker (when necessary),
Safety Boats (when necessary),
Participant must be physically fit as this tour is for those who love adventures.
Liability Release Form MUST be understood and signed by the participant before the tour commences.
Age limit is for child is 5 years old and above.
Please let us know if you have dietary request, e.g. vegetarian.
You may purchase photos right after the tour. (Subject to availability)
Depart in the morning and afternoon.
Participants must have trimmed finger nails and toe nails.
No jewelleries and valuable items allowed to be worn (or brought along) during activities.