Mount Kinabalu: Getting to Low’s Peak summit.

Thursday, January 29th, 2015 @ 08:00 Climb Mt Kinabalu, News

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Getting to Low’s Peak summit on Mount Kinabalu needs some preparation, and our Sabah Travel Centre have a bounty of experience to offer so that our guests succeed!

International clients Helena and Peter from Finland chose our 2D1N itinerary to attempt one of the biggest challenges in Sabah. They made it to the summit, and they managed to get there in time to watch the sunrise over the valleys of the Crocker Range too!

Travel consultants of our Sabah Travel Centre located in Kota Kinabalu city centre have provided the necessary information for them to climb Mount Kinabalu. One way our services offer support to our guests is frequent communication throughout their package: offering them encouragement before they ascend to 4,095m, and congratulations when they are greeted once again by one of our friendly drivers at Kinabalu National Park HQ.

Pre-climbing preparation is also outlined here, for our clients’ further information on what to expect of climbing the summit trail.

Contact our Kota Kinabalu Head Office to discuss a similar itinerary to that of Peter and Helena’s, or one more suitable to your holiday in Sabah, Borneo!

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