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PADAS WATER RAFTING

TOUR CODE: GPSW1009

Ever imagined of riding the oldest train in Borneo which passes through the once renowned headhunters’ tribe – The Murut? Well, guess what, we have the best river guides amongst the tribe to guide you down the raging water of Padas River, claimed to have the best rapids in South East Asia!
This exciting adrenalin’ rushing tour will take you down to wave that goes as high as six feet and thrilling rapids up to grade IV. Whilst rushing down this wild and untamed part of the Padas River you will experience totally untouched nature.
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). Basically, this trip will give you two experiences advantages - 1) Excursion of Class III-IV river, 2) A uniquely ride in an antique train.
The adrenaline rush excursion covers a distance of 10km of this rather muddy 200 km river that holds 8 exciting and tough rapids!
These rapid carries amusing names such as Merry-Go-Round Rapid, Snake House Rapid, Scooby Doo Rapid, Cobra Rapid, BBQ Rapid, Washing Machine Rapid, Lambada Rapid and Head Hunter Rapid. Each rapid will give you the feel of the motion as what the name means.The journey will first take 1-½ hours overland through the countryside to Beaufort town. From thereupon, adventure begins with 1-½ hours train rides tracks along the Padas River that gives glimpses of the thrills and excitement to come. Upon arriving at the starting point, participant will be given safety briefing before going down the river.
The ultimate challenge will speak for itself as one shoots through and experiences the nerve tingling excitement which crescendos rapid after rapid while getting a closer look at the Borneo’s amazing flora and fauna. A professional cameraman will assist to taken photo and video while rafting.
After rafting, enjoy a sumptuous lunch by the river. Wind down with a sunset view of the return journey to Kota Kinabalu, along with presentation of certification of achievement.


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