Mulu Caves Safari
Recognized as one of Borneo's World Heritage Site, Mulu Caves will not cease to amaze you at the immensity of this cave system, dubbed the longest cave system in the world by scientists. Certainly one of the best things to do in Borneo and a once in a lifetime experience. Marvel at the different caves systems here, learning about the ecology and geological processes that shapes it.
Meet at Mulu Airport and transfer to your accommodation for check-in. After lunch, we transfer to Park HQ and together with our guide, walk 45 minutes (3 km) on raised boardwalk through lowland rainforest and peat swamp to explore the charismatic and lighted interior of Lang Caves. Head over to the nearby Deer Caves, the largest cave passage in the world and walk through the length to the Garden of Eden. At late evening, we return to the cave exit to witness the daily exodus of 2-3 million bats at the Bat Observatory before we return weather permitting. Stay overnight at twin bedded room. (Lunch & Dinner)
Visit the Discovery Centre at Park HQ for a great introduction to Mulu National Park. A 45-minutes longboat adventure ride up the Melinau River including a brief stop at Batu Bungan village handicraft stalls, a modern Penan settlement. Climb up wooden steps to the Cave of the Wind before we climb the steps leading to Clearwater Caves to see the Clearwater subterranean river passage which at 200 km, is the eighth longest in the world. Picnic Lunch at nearby Clearwater River and swim in crystal clear water before we return to accommodation. (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner)
Free at leisure to explore the self-guided botanic trail and tree-top tower. After lunch, we transfer to airport for departure flight. (Breakfast & Lunch)
Rates For Travelling From 01 April 2017 and Onwards
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All rates are inclusive of 6% GST.
My husband and I did a 13 day tour with Borneo Eco Tours from Kuching to Mulu to Kota Kinabalu to Sepilok to Sandakan. Our personal highlights were staying with the Iban in a traditional longhouse, Mulu National Park (the Marriott there is spectacular), and Sukau River basin. From snorkeling with clownfish to seeing orangutans and pygmy elephants in the wild, we were amazed by the wildlife! If only they would stay out in the open for photos! The trip was a bit taxing since visiting Sarawak and Sabah required multiple domestic flights and hours of driving overland, but we knew that when we booked the tour. For the most part, our guides spoke very good English and we weren't too rushed (my husband loves to take photos!). I would recommend Boreno Eco Tours!
erineo2016, United States, September 2016
First of all I like to thank you for all the recommendations and arrangements. Nearly everything worked out very well and the trip exceeded our expectations. We had a wonderful time and consider ourselves to be very lucky, having seen orang utans, elephants, turtles and many other monkeys, birds etc. We also enjoyed and appreciated the guidance provided by your staff, in particular Stephen in Sukau Rainforest Lodge and Adam in Kota Kinabalu.
Mirko Trefz, German, 23 Aug - 6 Sept 2015
We had a wonderful holiday. Borneo Ecotours did a fabulous job. Our guides were great. Sabah is amazing. I would definitely recommend this trip. The only problem we had was on our flight home. The Mulu to KK was cancelled and it took us 60 hours to get home instead of 18 hours. Malaysia Air took care of us, so it all worked out.
Linda Denise Vest & Nina Ghareeb, United States, 12 â€“ 28 March 2015
I did book a 11 days tour with Borneo Eco Tours which was consist of a tour to Sandakan & Orangutan rehabilitation centre & Sukau Rainforest Lodge, Mt. Kinabalu NP & climb and Mulu Gunung NP.
Everything was great including competent guides. By the way, I had also this guide "Nexter" and just confirm what Chris Arthur wrote about him. The best memory I have is the climb to Mt. Kinabalu, in a beautiful weather which was in contrast to most of the days in Borneo, experiencing severe rain.
It was tough steep up to the top but thanks to my mountain guide, David, I managed to make it. The view from “ Borneos roof ” was incredible. I would definitely recommend Borneo Eco Tours!
Veronika Niederer, Austria, January 2014