The Marine Park is a cluster of islands; Gaya, Sapi,  Manukan, Mamutik and Sulug. Except for Sulug, the other four islands are easily accessible and commercially ready for visitors.

Snorkeling
Snorkeling

Snorkelling, scuba diving, beach activities, water sports and picnics by the beach are some of the activities visitors can enjoy. Visitors will also be delighted to know that they can try the Coral Flyer zipline experience, Malaysia’s longest island-to-island zipline, that start from Gaya to Sapi Island.

 

Zipline from Gaya Island to Sapi Island
Zipline from Gaya Island to Sapi Island

Gaya Island house a few excellent 5-Stars resorts – Gayana Eco Resort, Bunga Raya Resort and the Gaya Island Resort by YTL. A resort accommodation is also available at Manukan Island operated by Sutera Sanctuary Lodges. Visits to these premises require prior bookings.

Island hopping tours can be booked on the spot at the Jesselton Point jetty terminal. For diving activities, it is advisable to make a prior booking with a dive operator.

Mamutik Island
Mamutik Island

Further Contact

Sabah Parks,
Lot 45 & 46, 1st - 5th Floor,
Block H, Signature Office,
KK Times Square,
Coastal Highway,
88100 Kota Kinabalu.

Last reviewed: August 23, 2021