Sabah has a large number of national parks and wildlife reserves including Danum Valley, Maliau Basin, Tabin, and Sepilok with its Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre. The jungles of Sabah contain some of the oldest rainforests in the world and are home to an abundance of animal and plant species. Pygmy elephants, Proboscis Monkeys, Orangutans, pitcher plants, orchids and the world’s largest flower, the Rafflesia.
With a coastline of 1,440km and the gathering of the three seas that wash her shores, namely the South China, Celebes and the Sulu, contain some of the most sought after pristine islands and reefs in Asia. Many of the islands around Sabah are marine parks where baby reef sharks play in the shallows and turtles come to shore to lay their eggs. Tropical hideaways like Sipadan Island well known from the explorations of Jacques Cousteau.
At Sensi Borneo Diving Resort & Tours in Sabah, Malaysia, we take diving seriously. The PADI courses offered at Sensi Borneo starts at the age of eight with a variety of packages from 'Open Water' to the full PADI 'Divemaster'.
To understand the opportunities and challenges of Nitrox, advanced and technical diving, in order to foster openness, individual responsibilities, and provide a standard of care for instruction in the diving community.