It’s time to learn how to survive in the wilderness. Learn various skills such as fire making, making your own shelter, basic water filtering and more. And where’s a better location to experience survival training than in the jungle of Kiulu!
Survival training guide/instructor provided
Will be qualified as Emergency First Responder
Includes camping and entrance fee
Camping in the woods
Kiulu is situated in the Tamparuli district and is 47.7 kilometres away from the State capital of Sabah, Kota Kinabalu. The word ‘Kiulu’ was actually derived from a plant that is called ‘Tulu’, which is a small bamboo plant that grows on the river bank.
09:00 : Expected to arrive at the base camp
* Trek/ Transfer to survival site
* Safety briefing by instructor
10:30 : Survival fundamental introduction – 4 elements of survival
13:00 : Lunch (Prepare by own at camp)
14:00 : Basic fire making
16:00 : Basic shelter
18:30 : Dinner (Prepare by own at camp)
20:00 : Training reviews for Day 1
21:00 : Rest and relax/Sleep
07:00 : Breakfast (Prepare by own at camp)
08:00 : Jungle ‘shopping’ (Identify edible or poisonous plant and jungle herbs)
09:30 : Basic water filtering
11:00 : Fish gutting and bamboo cooking activities
12:30 : Lunch (Prepare by own)
13:30 : Bamboo craft or camp craft
15:30 : Training finish
You will be camping at their survival site through out the whole training. Additional camping equipment is available for rent.
As part of the survival training, you will be preparing your own food at the camp or survival site. While meals can be arranged for an additional cost, North Star Borneo recommends bringing your own food.
During lunch or while you are resting, you can enjoy the view and go sight-seeing around the camp site.
All activity equipment for bush craft and survival
All entrance fees
Camping equipment (where applicable)
Qualified Emergency First Responder
All that has not been mentioned above
Arrival by flights
You can fly to Kota Kinabalu International Airport (BKI) direct from Kuala Lumpur, Penang, Johor Bahru, Labuan, Sandakan or Tawau.
Arrival by land
You can travel to Kota Kinabalu by Taxi from Kota Kinabalu International Airport (approx. 14 minutes) and by Bus from Sandakan (approx. 6 hours), from Tawau (approx. 8 hours).
In lieu of the Covid-19 pandemic, you can opt to postpone your trip once it is safe to travel again. Kindly contact the property owner for more information.
North Star Borneo is a licensed outdoor education & adventure travel service provider. With over 10 years of delivering trips and programmes to students of all ages, NSB ensures the safety of you and your family as their top priority. All members of NSB team are qualified emergency first responders and will be with you as you explore Sabah.
Meals and transport can be arranged for an additional cost
Minimum 4 person (Smaller groups can be arranged for additional fee)