Looking for a challenging adventure? Mount Kinabalu towers 4,095 metres above sea level and is the highest peak between the Himalayas and New Guinea, also the most prominent in Southeast Asia. Climbing Mount Kinabalu isn't just a physically challenging experience but is also a unique journey through the tropical jungle at the base, to the rocky sub-alpine summit plateau. A whole range of exotic plants can be found in the different climates along the way: bamboo, mosses, orchids, rotans and Mount Kinabalu's famous pitcher plants in abundance. Mount Kinabalu offers an impressive and immensely rich variety of insect, bird and animal species on its slopes. After an early morning start, the highlight of the trip is the arrival of daylight revealing the remarkable summit plateau of the mountain, a vast expanse of smooth rock with a unusual assortment of rocky pinnacles rising from below. It’s truly a unique and awe-inspiring experience but not one to be underestimated! Visit Planning your Mount Kinabalu climb to learn more about the climb or browse our climbing packages below.
Mount Kinabalu climbing packages
2D1N Mount Kinabalu Climb
Spend your night in Laban Rata at 3200m above sea level and catch the best sun rise in Asia over lows peak! This is the shortest and most economical trip to the top of Borneo.
Our recommended package allowing climbers a chance to relax and acclimatise before their climb. Spend 1 night in Kinabalu Park, explore the park's numerous trails then begin your ascent!
4D3N Mt Kinabalu Climb
The ultimate Mount Kinabalu climbing package! Relax & explore Kinabalu Park, summit Mount Kinabalu and then head over to Poring hot springs to soak your tired muscles!
For the more adventurous, these trips will have you hanging on by the seat of your pants while exploring a different part of Mount Kinabalu to the regular mountain climbers.
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