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2 Nights Mulu Cave Discoveries

Destination Covered
Mulu National Park

Day 1 Arrival in Mulu

On arrival at Mulu International Airport, you will be met by our representative and assisted to the designated coach/car booked for you.

Transfer to Mulu Park.

Mulu National Park, in Miri Division, Sarawak, Malaysia, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site that encompasses caves and karst formations in a mountainous, equatorial rainforest setting. The park is famous for its caves and the expeditions that have been mounted to explore them and the surrounding rainforest. It’s a breath-taking natural wonder, containing a number of record-breaking caves. With the world’s largest cave passage (Deer Cave), the world’s largest natural chamber (Sarawak Chamber), and the longest cave in Southeast Asia (Clearwater Cave), it is not surprising that Mulu is now world-famous. Over 200 km of cave passages have been surveyed, but this is thought to represent just 30-40% of the actual total.

On arrival, proceed on a 3 km trek to visit the Deer and Lang caves in the Mulu National Park.

Reaching Deer Cave's entrance, you'll be left with no doubt that you are about to enter the largest cave passage in the world. Deer Cave is simply huge–it is just over 2 km in length, and never less than 90 metres high and wide. The main chamber, which is partially lit by sunlight, is 174 metres wide and 122 metres high. This is the area where deer used to shelter, so the local Penan and Berawan people named it Gua Payau / Gua Rusa (Deer Cave).

A path leads into the cave and then winds its way around, following the natural contours of the cave floor. Although the path is lit, a flashlight is useful for examining the guano-covered cave floor and its population of insects. Not surprisingly, Deer Cave is home to many species of bats. Between 5 and 7 pm, if the weather is fine, visitors may be treated to the spectacular sight of a black cloud of free-tailed bats emerging from the entrance of the cave to go in search of food. Originally, this cloud was thought to contain hundreds of thousands of bats, but a recent study puts the figure at well over a million.

A visit to Deer cave is usually combined with a visit to Lang’s Cave, whose entrance is a short distance away from that of Deer Cave. Lang’s Cave is the smallest of the show-caves, but its rock formations are well worth seeing. These are made all the more attractive by strategically positioned spotlights, which highlight stalactites and stalagmites. Because the cave is relatively small and well-lit, it offers good opportunities to see its inhabitants, such as bats, swiftlets, and even cave-dwelling snakes.

After the visit, check-in at selected hotel.

Dinner and overnight stay at the hotel.

Day 2 In Mulu National Park

Post breakfast, at 9:00 hrs your guide will take you on a longboat through the winding rivers to a tribal "Penan" settlement. There, you’ll be able to observe the tribe lifestyle, and purchase handicrafts from the Penan Settlement. Continue upriver to the enchanting Wind and Clearwater Caves of Mulu.

The Wind Cave is famous for a naturally “sculpted” column, and pillars of the King’s Chamber, while the Clearwater Caves were formed by the waters of the 118 km-long cave system. You can swim in the refreshing Clearwater! The highlight of the visit must be to see the Rajah Brooke butterflies hovering around the River and entrance.

Picnic lunch will be provided at Clearwater Rest Hut. Enjoy the beautiful environment surrounding you.

Return to hotel in the late afternoon.

Dinner and overnight stay at the hotel.

Day 3 Departure from Mulu National Park

Post breakfast, free morning until check-out time.

Hotel’s check-out policy is 12:00 hrs, you will be transferred at an appropriate time to the Airport.

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