2D1N Crocker Range Expedition
- Navigation with map & compass
- Jungle survival skills
- Natural medicines, identification & usage.
- Nature guiding - tree, plant & animal species, observation & identification
- Wild food collection (where possible)
- Camp skills: fire buildings (if possible)
- Traditional crafts (where possible)
- Night walk & wildlife observation
The Crocker Range was renamed to Taman Banjaran Crocker (Crocker Range Park) in 1996 and is managed by Sabah Parks. Whilst trekking there may be the opportunity of sighting many weird and wonderful species of birds, insects, mammals, amphibians, and reptiles. Mammal Species such as; Orang-Utan, Long Tailed Macaque & Clouded Leopard have been spotted here. Ulu Sawatan is 10 acres of rainforest. Each participant who completes this trek will have the chance to visit where not many people venture & experience the beauties of the primary rainforest whilst in a small group.
The Crocker Range is a forest covered mountain range which bounces in a south westerly direction from Mount Kinabalu towards the Sabah - Sarawak border.The interior regions separates the coastal plains. Frequently shrouded in rain clouds, the peak rise to between 1200 - 1800 meters above sea and coastal plains. Previously a forest reserve, the 1399 square km area became a national park in 1984. It is the largest park in Sabah.
The Crocker Range is intersected by the Padas Gorge, through which swirls the mighty Padas River. The Crocker Range provides a vital water catchment area for communities in the foothills and plains to both the west coast and interior.
Formerly, there was no road from the interior to the coastal town but only with bridle paths crisscrossing the hinterlands. These bridle paths took the villagers down to the coastal town, bartering for salt, matches and kerosene. These paths have since been known as the Salt Trail and used for this Crocker Range Jungle trek. However, the temperature at night could drop to 13°C.
Optional Extra’s Charge :
Cotton Leech Socks: MYR 35.00 per pair (one size)
Rubber shoes for jungle trekking: MYR 15.00 per pair (up to euro size 43)
Certificate of completion: MYR 7.00.
Itinerary* The itinerary is for reference only, it subjects to any necessary changes in accordance to local requirements.
Pickup Time & Transport Fee
How to Pay
Pay on travelling day
No advance payment is required, simply pay cash in Ringgit-Malaysia to tour guide. However, you still need pay in full for any cancellation made 1 day prior to tour date.
Accep Visa and MasterCard credit card, Malaysian bank transfer, Paypal, FPX, Alipay. 2.3% surcharge apply. Please be noted that 2.3% processing fee is non-refundable in case there is cancellation 3 days after the payment made.
Min. Participant(s): 2 Persons To Go (child does not counted)
Tour location / Depart from: Kota Kinabalu
Recommend to book: 1 month(s) in advance
To book at least: 7 day(s) in advance
Cancellation & Refund Policy: No refund for any cancellation made.
Tour Type: Sit-In-Coach basis (SIC). This tour is not private tour, you will share the trip with other guests come from different countries. Please notify us upon booking if you are looking for private tour, surcharge might be applied.
Insurance: Tourist transportation insurance included. Please contact your insurance agency for personal travel insurance.
Pickup Service: Pickup service will be provided from the hotel/hostel/lodge that you are staying. Please wait at lobby while the tour guide will find you when he/she arrive. Dropoff service will be provided after travelling, please notify us upon booking if your dropoff location is differ from pickup location.
Specialities: You may decide the joining date, no compulsory tips (If you are happy and satisfied with the journey and the tour guide service, it's always a nice way to express your appreciation with tipping, OR words of thanks is good enough).