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Xtreme Paddlers
1 review
Xtreme Paddlers are serious water sports professionals who are also passionate about giving back to the local community. They are working to provide training in soft and hard skills, including rafting and hospitality skills, to members of the community. They are also a veteran in the tourism industry in Borneo and many founders of other local independent businesses had their start as guides in Xtreme Paddlers.

What Guests Say

5 reviews

Professional and well-equipped with all the necessary safety gear.
Fun and enjoyable day with Xtreme Paddlers.
Also with photography of the event.
Highly recommended for friends and family.

Su weijie

Helpful Questions

What are some popular water activities to do in Kota Kinabalu?
Kota Kinabalu, being a coastal city, has a plethora of water activities to offer. Some popular ones include snorkeling, scuba diving, island hopping, sunset cruises, and white water rafting.
Which locations offer the best snorkeling experience in Kota Kinabalu?
Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park and Mamutik Island are known for offering the best snorkeling experience in Kota Kinabalu. These islands are home to a variety of marine life and colorful coral gardens, making it an ideal spot for snorkelers.
What is the best time of the year to go white water rafting in Kota Kinabalu?
The best time to go white water rafting in Kota Kinabalu is between the months of July to February when the water levels are high and conducive for rafting. During this period, the rapids are more challenging, making the experience even more thrilling.
What is the duration of a sunset cruise in Kota Kinabalu?
A sunset cruise in Kota Kinabalu typically lasts for around two hours. The cruise takes you along the coastline, offering stunning views of the sunset and the city skyline.
What is the best time of the day to go scuba diving in Kota Kinabalu?
The best time to go scuba diving in Kota Kinabalu is during the early morning hours when the visibility is at its maximum. This is also the time when the marine life is more active, giving you a better chance of spotting some rare species.
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