Rainforest-covered Mulu National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage site and one of Asia’s most remarkable natural spectacles, protecting the largest connected cave system on Earth.

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Visit spectacular limestone caves including the longest cave passage in the world, Lang Cave

The amazing sight of millions of bats emerging from their cave roost at sunset

UNESCO World Heritage site

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Mulu National Park

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Day 1

Mulu National Park

On arrival at Mulu airstrip, you will be met and transferred to your accommodation if time permits. There may be time for a jungle trail walk before lunch, depending on your arrival time. In the afternoon, take an elevated boardwalk through the rainforest to Lang Cave - the longest cave passage in the world. Also explore adjoining Deer Cave, home to several million bats - and at dusk witness a remarkable spectacle as they stream out of the cave and into the rainforest.


Day 2

Mulu National Park

After breakfast, travel by longboat up the Melanau River to Wind Cave and Clearwater Cave. These form part of the Sarawak Chamber - the largest connected cave system in the world. Explore these spectacular formations by a series of boardwalks and steps which protect the delicate ecosystem. Return to Mulu HQ by boat and this afternoon take to the treetops on a canopy walkway. The rest of the afternoon at leisure or head out
on some of the self-guided walking trails in Mulu National Park. (B)(L)

Day 3

Mulu National Park

After breakfast transfer to the airstrip for your onward flight (B)

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