What else need we say? As we know it, this is the world’s number one diving spot. Best suggestion from us to you? The Barracuda Point. Turtles, whitetip sharks, batfish, jacks, barracuda, etc; you name it, this place has it, and you can see them all most likely in just one dive. It’s just that good. You will do your wall dive here along a cliff which is 600 meters down to the sea bed. The impressive thing is, daily visitors to the island is limited to 176 individuals, it's increased in May 2019 from 120 permits. By the way, this is trial move from Sabah Parks to measure the impact towards Sipadan Island.
Getting to Sipadan Island
Located off the coasts of Semporna, Semporna Jetty is the departing point for fellow divers and travelers. For some reasons, the island is highly protected by the Navy and there are no resorts on the island. Prior to Sipadan Island, Sipadan Permit required which only issued to few resorts in Sabah, book with us the Sipadan trip with the resort listed at this page.
It’s open all year round except month of every December from year 2020 onwards with purpose of marine life recuperation. Avoid July - August as you are going to compete with most traveler during this peak season over the Sipadan Permit.
Most of our resorts offering range from 3-5 nights of stay with guaranteed of 1 day to Sipadan Island, first come first serve basis. There are day trip to Sipadan Island as well, but easily cost additional of RM 500-1000 just to the entitle the Sipadan Permit, on top of normal day trip package to surrounding islands.
Sipadan Island Park & Tun Sakaran Marine Park Conservation Fee
Sipadan Island Park
With hundered of coral species and more than 400 species of fish from an oceanic island stand 600 meters from seabed, this made the special of Sipadan Island Park. Sipadan Island Park gazetted since year 2004, resorts on the island being relocate to protect this wonderland.