Kiulu River is a great river for beginners, both elderly and kids may join this trip thus makes it suitable for a family trip. Padas River is situated in the interior of southwestern part of Kota Kinabalu that is only accessible by train (used since the late 19th century in Borneo). Trip begins with a safety briefing session conducted by our professional raft guide that will demonstrates rafting techniques and proper handling of rafting equipment before rafting commences. Excursion covers up to 15km, making it the longest white water rafting trip in Borneo, It may covers 7km on medium water level. The journey will take about 1½ to 2 hours of rafting before reaching the ending point where delicious barbecue lunch prepared just by the riverbank.
- Get an adrenaline boost with a white water rafting trip down Kiulu River
- Kiulu River is great for beginners and suitable for children, thus making it a great family bonding activity
- Experience an exciting 7km long white water rafting trip in Borneo
- After rafting for almost 2 hours, savor the lunch prepared by the operator!
Monday – Sunday: 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM (Daily)
*Included Public Holidays and School Holidays
Riverbug Base Camp (RBC), Jalan Tamparuli Kiulu, 89250 Tamparuli, Sabah, Malaysia.
- 8:00 AM – You are advised to depart from Kota Kinabalu City at this time to Kiulu River located in the Tamparuli area as the journey may take about 1 – 1.5 hours drive. Please arrive at the location 10 mins before the departure time.
- 9:30 AM – Departure Time at Riverbug Base Camp (RBC)
- 10:00 AM – Change your attire or wear “Ready to go rafting attire” – Check-in, signing of liability form, safety briefing will be given by the professional river guide
- 10:30 AM – Kiulu River Park – Rafting commences – Excursion takes about 1.5 – 2 hours to reach the ending point (Depending on the water level)
- 12:30 PM – Lunch
- 1:00 PM – Return Ending Point. If you come with your own transport, do inform the operator and provide your car keys to them and they will drive back your car to the ending point