Visitors often want to see more of Mulu's vast cave system ...
When you walk into the heart of the path, it is easy to overwhelmed ...
Ever since the 1930's the rich rainforest of the Mulu area has attracted scientiests ...
Mulu has three adventure treks, all of which require a certain level of fitness ...
A short boat ride, a 500 metre walk through the rainforest and a climb up the steps to the cave entrance brings you to the beginning of your 1.5km underground adventure. Tours to this caves are led by World Heritage Guides.
This tour is unlike any other offered in Mulu. The group is limited to 12 persons and as the only ones in the cave you can fully enjoy the story of the cave's origins.
The tour begins by torchlight encouraging you to 'discover' for yourself. Cave fauna is easily seen at the beginning of this trip; twinkling spider eyes stare back at you, beautiful blue Racer snakes sit waiting to catch a bat flying by, white crabs feed blindly in the shallow pools of water and the long antennae of cave crickets pickup your movements as you pass by.
As the cave becomes larger some of the best formations in Mulu are presented to you via stunning lighting. The wide plank walk path allows you to look around you and thoroughly enjoy this amazing experience.
Return transfers from Mulu Marriott Resort to Mulu National Park HQ
|MYR 115 per person|
* All rates above valid till 30 December 2016 (tour commencement date).
Tour ( FIT ) are strictly on SIC ( Sit In Coach ) basis & All rate are Malaysia Ringgit
Note: This tour or holiday package is operated by Majestic Leisure & Tours Sdn Bhd (Company No. 573432-P/ KPL LN No. 5987), the company. Every person participates in any tour or holiday organized by the company shall be regarded in every respect as carrying his / her own risk with respect to loss or injury to person or property. The company does not accept responsibility for losses or expenses due to delay, sickness, weather, strikes, war, quarantine or other travelers.
Mulu Marriott Resort & Spa was built on wooden stilts, three metres above the ground ...