Tun Sakaran Marine Park is a haven for immense biological diversity and marine life that stands on par with Australia’s Great Barrier Reef – according to research completed over the past 20 years.
This colorful and varied underwater world has resulted in outstanding scuba diving and snorkeling opportunities. The marine park provides 21 prestigious scuba diving sites including Tabah Siramba (Church Reef), Kapikan Reef, Ribbon Reef, Mantabuan, Subian Reef and many more. Divers can explore up close a range of fascinating macro life in Bodgaya Lagoon. For those who don’t have a scuba diving license, the stunning marine life can still be appreciated by snorkeling over the reef. Another option is to embark on a nature trail exploring Bohey Dulang Island. Ascend a forest track before climbing a lava rock volcano where wild monkeys swing through the trees. The island is home to three separate peaks of which the highest stands 353 meters, presenting spectacular views of the surrounding islands.