Why choose TARP for group adventure travel?

Posted 21 Apr 2015

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Supporting the efforts to protect our local marine biodiversity is why adventure travel groups choose TARP for their unique educational program!

General Operations Manager, Paul Jones, of our premier PADI 5 Star IDC Dive Centre conducts a welcome briefing for our recent group of international school students who arrive all the way from Dubai.

Tunku Abdul Rahman marine park is the perfect location for receiving a unique perspective on marine conservation, as their island activity is based on familiarising themselves with nature. Not just the natural beauty of it, but also any environmental damage. Fortunately, we can see a positive difference from the effects of various conservation programs conducted by local environmental authorities and other parties! Our own dive operations for example, contribute in the form of our fun ‘Coral For Life’ program!

Participants on groups from schools and universities will return to Sabah once again to experience more of the ecotourism that preserves and protects, such as the conservation projects conducted in Kinabalu National Park – home of the famous Mount Kinabalu!

For more information on what other eco-friendly travels and tours our Sabah Travel Centre can offer, contact one of our friendly and experienced members of staff for a personalised itinerary to combine it all in one amazing adventure!



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