A must-try for both adrenaline junkies and culture lovers! Experience the beautiful winding roads, golden paddy fields, emerald rolling hills, and crystal-clear rivers of the Kiulu countryside via quad bike, traversing some of the best landscapes that Borneo has to offer. You’ll also get to meet the local Sabahan villagers and take part in some of their cultural activities. A fun, enlightening adventure that comes highly recommended!
- A quad bike adventure in the heart of Borneo’s beautiful countryside
- Cultural excursions as you take part in the locals’ unique traditional activities
- Amazing view of paddy fields, forested hills, rivers, and traditional homes
- Give back to the locals of Kiulu through Community Development Contribution
IncludedTransfers, English speaking guide, light refreshment, quad biking hire, gloves and face mask and helmet for your safety and Community Development Contribution (CDC)
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Kiulu Quad Biking
Begin your exciting adventure early in the morning, with pickup from your hotel and arriving at Kiulu Valley Hub. Receive a tour and safety briefing by your in-house guide as well as practice run before starting your quad bike ride. Have a short photo session and depart to one of the villages where the locals will regale you with stories of the village’s legendary tempayan (traditional crock) known for the supposed medicinal and mystical properties of its contents. Stay refreshed under the tropical sun by drinking locally made drinks and sampling stingless bee honey, all while being entertained with an exciting traditional Silat (a local martial art) performance!
Then, embark on a two-hour guided scenic quad bike ride, passing through several villages and beyond with splendid views of paddy fields, plantations, forests and the iconic Kiulu River along the way.
Afterwards, proceed to a local village to try your hand at several cultural activities with the local villagers, including fire-making, playing traditional musical instruments, learning about traditional traps, and blow pipe and slingshot demonstrations, among others. Once you’ve sated your curiosity about the locals’ unique way of life, make your way to a Bamboo Hut, a secluded home situated in a beautiful waterfall garden, where you’ll be having some delicious lunch specially prepared by the local family there.
Then, return to KV Hub via quad bike. If time and weather permits, you can even take a dip in the sensationally cooling Kiulu River – no doubt a welcome and refreshing experience given your day-long ride under the tropical heat! In the late afternoon, bid farewell to wonderful Kiulu as you depart back to Kota Kinabalu city.
Participants need to be 18 years old and above with a valid car/bike drivers license. Please have ready a photo, scan copy or the original license itself when asked so that we can verify that you are allowed to drive the quadbike. We have available one 2-seater Quad-Bike allowing for Pillion/Passenger option (passenger can be below 18 and does not require a valid license). Please enquire for price. Please be warned that this tour involves an element of risk. All participants are required to sign a liability waiver prior to riding. We reserve the right to require you to ride as a passenger with the accompanying guide if the guide feels that your driving might endanger your safety.
Quad bike tour is subject to cancellation in the event of adverse weather conditions. If the tour cannot be held due to safety reasons, a substitute tour, postponement or a full refund will be offered.
Things to Bring
Please wear long sleeves shirts and pants, shoes (no sandals or flip flops), sunglasses, sunscreen, water bottle, change of clothes for the return journey and camera.
Borneo Eco Tours is moving towards a single-use plastic free environment! So, please join our movement by bringing your own refillable water bottle during your time with us. Our vans and coaches are prepared with water containers so that you can refill your bottle anytime throughout the tour.
MYR 370.00 /per person
Price valid from 01 April 2019 till 31 March 2020