Logistics for safety are given the highest precedence.

Posted 09 Jul 2014

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Whether conducting courses and programs of diving or any of our exciting island activities, the safety is continuously assessed and monitored for all of our clients.

The 2nd group of our UK-based Gap Year adventurers’ from Camps International is participating in the many activities our Gaya Island beach house offer for a memorable Borneo holiday!

For those of the group who are qualifying as PADI Open Water Divers or experiencing snorkeling, our fast speedboats are fully equipped for their activities. Our boats are purpose-built for storing dive equipment and plenty spacious for the divers too.

Safety features include: GPS system, marine radio for fast and effective communication to our base camp Dive Centre on Gaya Island, emergency oxygen, first aid kit, fire extinguisher, life rings and life jackets.

As part of the PADI Open Water Diver course, our PADI Instructors integrate basic boat dive skills for the benefit of our Gap Year adventurers’ dive education as the entry and exit procedures are very important for the student divers to consider during their course, but also in their future diving adventures!

For further details on the safety guidelines of the activities we offer to cater to small or large groups, contact our Head Office team to organise a suitable program for a memorable Borneo adventure!



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