Looking for a short trekking day trip by the beachside? Come away with us for short trek at Gaya Island, followed by a relaxing dip in the warm, clear water of Manukan Island. This day trip is guaranteed to give you a respite from the hustle and bustle of the city any day!
Things to bring: Comfortable walking/trekking shoes or sandals, breathable clothing, insect repellent spray, sunblock, change of clothes and towel, waterproof case & water.
Gaya Island derives its name from the Bajau word, ‘gayo’, which means big—true to its eponym, it’s also the biggest island on the marine park. Gaya Island boasts a 16-mile stretch of shoreline with white sandy and pebbly beaches, mudflats, mangrove, and sandstone cliffs. The area in Police Beach, with fine glittering sand sloping gently into the bay, makes it a perfect spot for swimming and snorkeling. The coral reefs along the entire coasts of the island are also well-preserved.
This 51-acre boomerang-shaped island is the second largest island in Tunku Abdul Rahman Park. Equipped with 20 units of chalets, a clubhouse, restaurant, souvenir shop, diving center, and recreational facilities; Manukan Island is considered the most mainstream and popular island of the five. With amazing stretches of beaches along the southern coastline, it’s almost a cardinal sin to not lay back on your beach towel sipping piña colada. Craving for some wet and wild adventure? Opt to go scuba diving, parasailing, jet-skiing, wakeboarding or even sea walking.
Included: Transfer (land and boat), English-speaking tour guide, conservation fee, mask/snorkel, lunchAny Enquiry? Leave A Message.
MYR 280 / person (min 2 people)
MYR 150 / Child (2 - 11 Years)
Personal expenses, other things not mentioned in the itinerary