Pampering U with Our Diving and Hospitality



Spheredivers Scuba and Leisure Sdn Bhd is a lodge constructed within the Bajau Village on stilts. Our lodge offers a reasonable budget
for fun dives and dive courses and a more laid back way to snorkel or dive to the Islands surroundings such as Sipadan, Si-Amil, Kapalai and Mabul,
home to our homestay.On stilts, each dives are easily accessible, giving us a very flexible dive schedule to your needs.7 Units of twin sharing rooms
and one single room gives the lodge a true homely like vacations for small groups.Our rooms are simple,clean and spacious enough for twin sharing
basis. Equipped with fan and 3 pin plug 200V in each room, we ensure u a decent place to stay.
We have recently constructed a new wing consists of 4 rooms with attached bathrooms for the comfort of our valued guests.
Overlooking the window, its just minutes away from world's top muck diving destination for avid underwater photographers not forgetting a very
relaxing vacation for non divers and seafood lovers.Enjoy the sunset fromour sundeck . With a gazebo located at the new sundeck, enjoy the unplugged
sessions by our very own staffs, or just sit and enjoy the night covered by millions of stars and sometimes a visiting spotted eagle ray close to our
homestay not forgetting turtles that visits us almost everynight. 
Mabul Island first became popular due to its close proximity to Sipadan Island. However in the last few years, it has gained its own recognition as one of the best “muck diving” sites in the world. Mabul Island is a small oval shaped island surrounded by sandy beaches and perched on the northwest corner of a larger 200 hectare reef. The reef is on the edge of the continental shelf and the seabed surrounding the reef slopes out to between 25 to 40m deep.
Mabul is arguably one of the richest single destinations for exotic small marine life anywhere in the world. Flamboyant cuttlefish, blue-ringed octopus, mimic octopus and bobtail squids are just a few of the numerous types of cephalopods to be found on Mabul’s reef. The sight of harlequin shrimp feeding on sea stars and boxer crabs waving their tiny anemone pom-poms are just a small example of the endless species of crustaceans. Many types of gobies can be found including the spike-fin goby, black sail-fin goby and metallic shrimp goby. Frogfish are everywhere. Giant, painted and clown frogfish are all regularly seen. Moray eels and snake eels of many types can be seen along with almost the whole scorpionfish family. It would be quicker to to list the species not found at Mabul-crazy critters are in abundance at this magical macro site!

Fascinating Mabul Island onland

The footpath around the island takes you right through a local village. Around 2 000 people call this village, made up entirely of wooden huts built on stilts, home. The villagers are Bajau, a term used to group a number of small tribes and ethnicities found in Malaysia, Indonesia and the Philippines.

The Bajau are a people that have lived in the region for hundreds of years. They are often called Sea Gypsies, because of their nomadic lifestyle that is intertwined with the sea from birth till death.

Island village life is as laid back as it gets, but not untouched by the presence of tourists. Handmade necklaces, earrings and seashells are on display in huts that have been converted into small stores. Children play in the sand around the huts and eagerly pose and smile for every passing camera.

Magical Muck Diving



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(Formerly known as Spheredivers Lodge and Tour)