Looking for a travel destination that offers the best of both worlds, with the great debate between the mountains and the sea? Look no further than Bohey Dulang, where you can experience the breathtaking panoramic views of the surrounding mountain range during hiking, as well as the crystal-clear waters of the sea. Whether you're a nature enthusiast or sea lover or both, Bohey Dulang has something to offer everyone! However, it's important to note that the island has strict hiking regulations in place to preserve its natural beauty and ensure its sustainability. Here are the latest guidelines to help you prepare for your Bohey Dulang hiking adventure.
First of all, proper footwear is mandatory for hiking, and Sabah Park has the authority to prohibit hikers with inappropriate shoes. Sandals, flip-flops, and crocs are strictly forbidden. So, make sure to bring your own sneakers or hiking boots because the shoe rental booth there is no longer in operation.
In the event of adverse weather conditions, hiking may be cancelled due to safety concerns. While this decision may cause disappointment, it is made with the well-being of our guests in mind. In such cases, no refund will be issued for the cancelled hike. However, snorkeling may be offered as a substitute to ensure that our guests still have a fulfilling experience.
Sabah Park now requires a ranger fee of RM50 per group of up to six people during guided hikes. Due to limited ranger availability, hiking sessions may be delayed by 1 to 2 hours while waiting for other groups to return to the base of the mountain. If you want to maximize your chances of hiking early, register early at the Sabah Parks Office. This will increase the likelihood of being among the first three groups to hike. It's also important to note that children under the age of six are not permitted to participate in the hike.
These latest guidelines will fully prepare you to experience the island's natural beauty and stunning scenery while practicing responsible travel. By adhering to the island's strict regulations, visitors can help preserve this natural wonder for future generations to come. Plan your Bohey Dulang trip today and get ready for an unforgettable adventure!
- Proper footwear is mandatory for hiking.
- Sandals, flip-flops, and crocs are strictly forbidden.
- Hiking may be cancelled due to adverse weather conditions.
- No refund will be issued for cancelled hikes, but snorkeling may be offered as a substitute.
- Sabah Park requires a ranger fee of RM50 per group (up to six people) for guided hikes.
- Hiking sessions may be delayed by 1 to 2 hours due to limited ranger availability.
- Register early at Sabah Parks Office to maximize chances of early hiking (first three groups).
- Children under six not permitted for the hike.
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