Upon arrival in Mulu Airport, transfer to the hotel and check in.
In the late afternoon, meet the local guide at the lobby and proceed to Mulu National Park Headquarters for visit to the DEER CAVE and LANG CAVE. The caves are situated 3KM’s walk inside the Mulu National Park forest, accessible via boardwalk. Here, you will explore the largest Cave passage in the world and await the highlight of the evening - myriads of bats departing from the cave in an incredible formation!
Dinner at local restaurant.
Overnight in Mulu Marriott Resort & Spa
After breakfast, proceed by longboat ride to the CLEARWATER CAVE and CAVE OF THE WINDS.
Climb the relatively steep stairs up to the giant mouth of Clearwater Cave. The local guide will explain the rules and regulations of cave visiting and explain the geography before entering the Cave. Be enthralled with the well-lit Stalactites and Stalagmites in the cave and splash in the cold crystal-clear stream that flows through the cave channels.
At the Cave of the Winds, enjoy the gushing cool wind that squeezes through the narrow cave chambers and marvel at the artless beauty of the cave formations.
Lunch will be served at the picnic area at the entrance of Clearwater Cave.
Thereafter, proceed on the motorized longboat ride upriver along the Melinau River to Kuala Litut. If the water level is low, the boat will need to be pushed over rocky sections. Upon arrival at Kuala Litut, commence the 9KM trek to Base Camp 5, following flat jungle terrain and taking an average of 2-3 hours. At Base Camp 5, settle in for the night after dinner cooked by the local guide.
Overnight in Camp 5
After an early breakfast, commence your hiking at 6AM.
The trail is 2.4 km in length but rises some 1,200 meters from Camp 5 to the viewpoint, passing through lowland dipterocarp forest before climbing steeply through moss forest. The trees are a lot smaller and much of the vegetation is covered in slippery green moss. Limestone debris also litters the trail so trekkers must proceed with care.
The last section of the trails is nearly vertical, with rope section and 15 aluminums ladders strategically positioned to help with the climb up the rocks. The vegetation is sparse amidst the limestone rocks.
The climb to the summit will take an average of 4-5 hours.
Upon reaching to the summit, enjoy the breathtaking scenery of the majestic Mulu Pinnacles as you eat your packed lunch.
Due to the steep compact trail, it normally takes a longer time to descend, with an average of 5-6 hours.
Upon arrival back at camp, you can relax and go for a swim in the Melinau River beside Camp 5.
After dinner, rest for the night.
Early next morning, pack up and depart from Base Camp 5. You will retrace your route via the 9KM trek to Kuala Litut and the longboat ride down Melinau River.
Transfer to Mulu Airport for your departing flight.
|Meals||03 Breakfasts, 02 Lunches, 03 Dinners|
|Inclusion||Airport Pickup & Drop off, Land Transportation (Seat-In-Coach), Longboat Transportation, Meals as Stated, 03 Nights Accommodation, Sarawak Park Permits, English Speaking Guide, and English Speaking Support team.|
|Exclusion||Climb Certificate, Porter Fee (if necessary), Alcoholic drinks, Personal Travel Insurance, Personal Expenses, and Any Other Items Not Mentioned
Note: You may opt to get a Climb Certificate for only MYR 7 each upon arrival at Base Camp 5 as a momento of your achievement.
1st & 3rd Day of the tour:
2nd Day of the tour:
1st Day of Tour - Mulu Showcaves & Mulu Marriott Resort & Spa
2nd Day of Tour - Longboat ride and 9KM Jungle trek:
3rd Day of Tour - Mulu Pinnacles Climb:
The information below acts as a guideline & subject to change without prior notice.
Arrival Flight Information
|BKI/MZV||MH3251||1300 hrs||1355 hrs|
|MYY/MZV||MH3630||1020 hrs||1050 hrs|
|MYY/MZV||MH3632||1400 hrs||1430 hrs|
|KCH/MZV||MH3752||1005 hrs||1140 hrs|
MH - Malaysia Airlines
Departure Flight Information
|MZV/BKI||MH3252||1200 hrs||1255 hrs|
|MZV/MYY||MH3631||1100 hrs||1145 hrs|
|MZV/MYY||MH3633||1415 hrs||1450 hrs|
|MZV/KCH||MH3753||1450 hrs||1625 hrs|
MH - Malaysia Airlines
It is recommended that all climbers should have themselves medically checked before attempting any mountain climb. If you have a history of suffering from the following ailments, it is highly recommend that you should refrain from climbing: Hypertension, Diabetes, Palpitation, Arthritis, Heart disease, severe anemia, Peptic ulcers, Epileptic fits, Obesity (overweight), Chronic asthma, Muscular cramps, Hepatitis (jaundice); or any other disease which may hamper the climber.