4D3N MOUNT KINABALU CLIMB (BUDGETED) – MALAYSIAN

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4D3N Mount Kinabalu Climb
Availability : Valid till 31 March 2024
Kota Kinabalu, Sabah
Kota Kinabalu, Sabah

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MOUNT KINABALU is one of the highest mountains in South-East Asia on the island of Borneo located in the state of Sabah, East Malaysia.  It is protected as Kinabalu Park, a World Heritage Site.

Elevation:  4,095m

First ascent: March 1851

First ascender:  Hugh Low

Mountain range:  Crocker Range

Type of tours 4D3N MOUNT KINABALU CLIMB (BUDGETED) – MALAYSIAN
Hiking Route Timpohon Trail
Accommodation Day 1:  Fairy Garden Resort or similar outside Kinabalu Park

Day 2: 1 night @ Panalaban Hostel, Laban Rata

Day 3: 1 night @ Gaya Centre Hotel (3*) or similar category hotel

 

Price Ex-Kota Kinabalu

Pax in a group 1 2-3 4-6 7-9 10-12 13-15
RM / Person 2,900 1,9801 1,840 1,760 1,700 1,630

Update:    3 Nov 2023

Valid till:   31 Dec 2024

Price includes :

  • Private Transport : Kota Kinabalu – Kinabalau Park – Kota Kinabalu City
  • Transfer : Park HQ – Timpohon Gate – Park HQ
  • Transfer : Fairy Garden to Kinabalu Park
  • Private Transport : City – airport on departure day (apply to 3 pax and above only)
  • Pre-climb accommodation at Fairy Garden Resort or similar
  • 1 night at Laban Rata Panalaban Hostel
  • 1 night at Gaya Centre Hotel, 3* with breakfast, twin share
  • Climbing Permit & insurance
  • National Park Conservation Fee
  • Mountain Guide/s (1 mountain guide to 5 hikers)
  • Meals as per itinerary
  • Climbing certificate
  • Service charges
  • Complementary guidance in physical training and climbing items’ preparation

 

Price excludes :

  • Round trip air ticket
  • Hotel after climb
  • Meals not stated in the itinerary
  • Porter fees (RM13/kg/return) – subject to change
  • Walking stick (RM10/pole) – subject to change
  • Luggage storage fee (RM12/baggage) – subject to change
  • Mountain Guide overtime surcharge
  • Travelling Insurance
  • All personal bill
  • Tipping for mountain guide

Remark:  Optional tour after climb can be arranged separately

 

What’s App Enquiry: https://wasap.my/60104202687/MtKinabaluBudgetedTour

For full package please download pdf file from this link.

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*HEALTH NOTES* FOR CLIMBING MOUNT KINABALU
 
DO NOT CLIMB if you have a history of suffering from the following ailments:

  1. Heart Disease`
  2. Hypertension
  3. Chronic Asthma
  4. Peptic Ulcer
  5. Severe Anemia
  6. Diabetes
  7. Epileptic Fits
  8. Arthritis
  9. Heart Palpitation
  10. Hepatitis / Jaundice
  11. Muscular Cramps
  12. Obesity
  13. Any other sickness that may be triggered by severe cold, exertion and high altitude

 

IMPORTANT NOTES FOR CLIMBERS ON MOUNT KINABALU

01   Identify your Mountain Guide(s) who will display an identification card
02

 Travel together in your group and stay with the Mountain Guide(s) at all times.

03  Follow the instructions of your Mountain Guide(s)
04  Alert your Mountain Guide(s) if you face any difficulty.
05  Display your climbing permit and show it to Park Officials at the check points at Timpohon Gate, Laban Rata and Sayat-sayat on your way up and down.
06  If for any reasons, you are separated from your group or the Mountain Guide(s), please follow the white rope that marks the Summit Trail. If visibility is very     low or in the dark, please hold on to the rope and follow it. (There is a thick white rope leading all the way from the vegetation belt above Panar Laban to the     Summit. Use this rope to help climbing up and prevent falling when walking down. PLEASE FOLLOW and USE THE ROPE FOR YOUR OWN SAFETY
07  The weather on the summit area can deteriorate in a matter of minutes. Thick mist may reduce visibility to only 3 metres, and rainstorm and wind of up to 120     km/hr may occur at times. Please hold on to the ROPE, which will lead you to safety.
08  If you are separated from your Mountain Guide(s) and lose sight of the ROPE, STOP IMMEDIATELY, stay where you are and blow your whistle to attract attention. PLEASE DO NOT TRY TO FIND YOUR WAY OUT. HELP is definitely on the way. The Park Officials at Sayat – sayat Check Point will notice that you are missing.
09  While climbing to the Summit, please make sure to carry with you the followings:-

  1. A) Wear enough warm clothing (temperature can be freezing at times)
  2. B) A torch light (to light your way during the pre-dawn climb and to signal for help when needed)
  3. C) A rain coat (to protect you from rain and wind, and it will slow down the loss of body heat)
  4. D) A whistle (only to be used when is needed. The shorts blasts to attract attention, long continuous blasts for emergency and serious injuries)
  5. E) Some energy food and water, e.g. extra chocolate, glucose, tablets, biscuits (for emergency-use when you are waiting for help to arrive)

 

 

                                                                                                                             Mount Kinabalu Trail Map