Scuba Diving At Kota Kinabalu Sabah With Go Aquatic


Scuba diving at Kota Kinabalu with Go Aquatic – We provide daily scuba diving trips and guided snorkeling tour trips to selected dive sites at Kota Kinabalu marine park (called Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park or TARP) guided by our experienced PADI Divemaster. We depart daily from and be back at the city around 4pm in the evening, every day.

If you are looking for PADI courses, PADI Open Water Course Kota Kinabalu or PADI Advanced Open Water Course Kota Kinabalu, we provide it here for you. You can sign up easily and be a certified diver. is a 5 Star Dive Center – We teach PADI scuba diving courses from basic level (such as Discover Scuba Diving and Open Water Diver Course) to higher level such as PADI Advanced Open Water Course and Divemaster Course.

Feel free to select scuba diving Kota Kinabalu trip package or PADI courses you want to take at Kota Kinabalu. You can ask question to us via web form at the bottom of every page you browse.

Scuba diving is what we do in most of our waking up time. For us scuba diving is not just our full time profession but it is also our hobby and full time obsession.

Go Aquatic is a Dive Center lead by young people with positive attitude toward giving the best service to our customers.

Why people love scuba diving at Kota Kinabalu? You can enjoy diving in warm tropical weather at Sabah’s west coast area rich with macro underwater marine life waiting to be found by you.

As a tourism city Kota Kinabalu has more than 15 dive sites to explore. Each dive sites has their own unique features that gives you valuable experience during your scuba diving trip.

Leisure Scuba Diving Trip Kota Kinabalu

Join our daily scuba diving trips to selected dive sites around Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park to explore what’s in there

Guided Snorkeling Trip Kota Kinabalu

Our guided snorkeling trip is lead by experienced Divemaster who knew the area very well

PADI Discover Scuba Diving

Join PADI Discover Scuba Diving to try scuba diving to experience it yourself. No license required.

PADI Open Water Course Kota Kinabalu

Get your scuba diving license here! Be a certified PADI Open Water scuba diver so you can enjoy diving anywhere in the world during holiday.

PADI Advanced Open Water Diver Course

Break your limits! Owning a PADI Advanced Open Water Diver certification enables you to dive further and deeper up to 30 meters.

PADI Rescue Diver Course

Learn how to handle emergency situation, manage problems in the water and help other scuba divers if needed

Emergency First Response (EFR)

Join one day training session focuses on building confidence in lay rescuers and increasing their willingness to respond when faced with a medical emergency.

PADI Divemaster Course

Chance to become a full time professional and doing scuba diving as your full time career and to make a living

Dive Sites At Kota Kinabalu

Read the details about dive sites in Kota Kinabalu, what’s special about them and their unique features.

Reviews About Go Aquatic On Trip Advisor

      Had a great time diving with Go Aquatic! My instructor was especially patient with me as I got panicked easily since I can't swim. Facilities are well maintain and the whole team is fun and easygoing. I don't feel awkward or lonely even though I...More

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      I had great time doing discovery dive with Go Aquatic, my instructor Jeson is very patient and professional, the dive crews are very helpful and the facility is well maintained. Will come back again for proper PADI courses!

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      It was wonderful to finish our Open Water Course with Zarul, we really recommend this company to start/continue diving. They love their job and the atmosphere is amazing. Everyone in this company was very kind with us, they put music on the boat, all the...More

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      Went leisure diving with them today and they. were. amazing. Did three dives with Lily, and I swear she has the best eye for spotting sharks. Been diving in KK for three months and we've never seen a single pelagic shark here until today. Blacktip...More

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