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2 superb trekking tours in Kota Kinabalu. Planning to go on a trekking tour in Kota Kinabalu? Check out 2 great trekking tours in Kota Kinabalu supported by 6 reviews. All trekking tours are delivered by 2 travel operators in Kota Kinabalu. Prices range from 727 USD to 3,894 USD and our trekking tours last from 2 days and to 20 days.

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Trek Mt Kinabalu

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5 day trekking tour visiting Kota Kinabalu and Mount Kinabalu in Malaysia. Read More
  • Tour Type Small Group Tour
  • Operator G Adventures Active 21 hours ago Premier This operator is consistently delivering tours which receive customer ratings above 4.5 on average.
  • Activities Trekking & Mountains
  • Accommodation Hotel, Lodge, Hut & Hostel
  • Transport Private Vehicle
  • Age Range1+ years old
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Trekking Borneo & Beyond

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An amazing trip which I'll always remember. My personal highlights were seeing the orangutans and ot ...
  • Tour Type Small Group Tour
  • Operator Exodus Travels Active 18 hours ago Premier This operator is consistently delivering tours which receive customer ratings above 4.5 on average.
  • Activities Climbing & Wildlife +3 more
  • Accommodation Hotel, Resort, Hut & Lodge
  • Transport Bus, Boat, Flight & Minibus
  • Age Range16+ years old
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Kota Kinabalu Tour Reviews

5 - Excellent
Based on 6 customer reviews
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5 - Excellent
  • Anonymous
“I have no idea who to summarise something that had so many unique experiences and so much variety. It's like being asked to summarise a kaleidoscope. Firstly, if you enjoy trekking then yes. Book it. The street food in KL was great, Chuck - the guide for the day - was enthusiastic to share knowledge of the area and as much food as we could eat. Jeremy our guide for the peninsula was also a big foodie and food is definitely an abiding memory. So to is Jason our guide in the Cameron Highlands, a lovely and interesting guy and the Highlands are picturesque rolling hills and the sports bar there is were team bonding started. The rainforest was tiring hiking and challenging but in a way that left you feeling all the richer for the experience and the fact you step out of your lodge and there's monkeys in your face... was rather fun. In Borneo the urang utan and sun bears sanctuary was incredible. As was the probiscus monkey visit. This is one of Those experiences. One that you'll take away with you. The trek to the mangrove is a pleasant easy stroll before the big one. Kinabalu. Wow, stairs. Relentless, but take a steady pace and you'll survive. And it is worth it. But wow. Stairs. The ending is a wonderful beech hotel and totally worth it. It's a holiday that was epic.”
5 - Excellent
  • Anonymous
“To be honest its a bit of a task to sum up everything that we experienced on this one. We did and saw so much. And there really were no dull moments. We were told that we were the first group to try out the all new Trekking Borneo & Beyond trip and I reckon that none of it really needs any tweaking for future trips. It was all good. In fact better than good at moments.”
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5 - Excellent
  • Anonymous
“I wasn't sure where I wanted to go away this year, but the itinerary of this trip just jumped out at me and certainly didn't disappoint! You get to experience two distinct parts of Malaysia - the Malayan Peninsula and Borneo - and this allows you to see its diversity firsthand. KL is a city that never sleeps and is a treasure trove of culinary delights; the Cameron Highlands, with its rolling hills and tea plantations is a real highlight, particularly the trek with Jason. Our next stop in the Taman Negara National Park, where we were surrounded by ancient rainforest, allowed us to live with monkeys all around us and to experience some real jungle trekking and river rapids too! Borneo, is simply teeming with wildlife. You will not get tired of watching the orang-utans eating, playing, squabbling and doing ridiculous acrobatics. This goes for the sunbears and striking proboscis monkeys too. The Mount Kinabalu trek to follow is tough but totally worth it, especially when you get up to the clouds...and setting off for the summit to catch the sunrise is a surreal and exciting experience. The hotel right by the South China Sea is the perfect R&R finish to a perfect holiday!”

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