Combined Caves Tour
Combined Caves Day Tour
Duration – Full Day
It goes without saying that any tour of Mulu should also include the popular tourist Caves – the Clearwater and Wind Caves, and the Deer and Lang Caves.
Please be aware, that while it is possible to see all caves in the one day, we would suggest that you undertake the tours over two days – Clearwater and Wind Caves are only available to do in the morning, and similarly, Deer and Lang Caves can only be done in the afternoon. The times for the Canopy Walkway are strictly controlled by National Parks and you may find that it is not possible to do the walkway in the small amount of time available between the cave tours, however, it will generally be possible to do the canopy at some point during your stay in Mulu.
The visit to the Wind Cave necessitates a trip up the river by longboat. In the Wind Cave can be found the impressive “King’s Chamber”, and some wonderful examples of stalactites and stalagmites exhibiting delicate lace like patterns.
Boardwalk to Clearwater Cave - Mulu
From the Park HQ, you will take a scenic 3km boardwalk through primary rainforest to the entrance of Deer Cave. The cave has a moon-like landscape and from one vantage point, a perfect profile of President Lincoln can be observed.
Formations in Lang's Cave
Mulu Rainforest- boardwalk to the caves
Inside the Deer Cave - Mulu
Bats leaving the Deer Cave
MULU CANOPY SKYWALK
The Mulu Canopy Skywalk measures 480 meters long and is the longest tree-based walkway in the world. As you walk among the ferns and vines 15 – 20 metres above the forest floor and river, you will enjoy this unique opportunity to get closer to the rainforest “web of life”, and observe it from a whole new perspective.
Note : This optional tour is subject to availability, and advance booking is required.
|Tour Code||Destination||Duration||Inclusions||1 Person||2 People||3 People|
|MZV21||Combined Caves and Canopy||
or 2 Days
Prices per person in Australian Dollars and valid 01 April 2019 to 31 March 2020 (E.O.E.) Refer to General Booking Conditions
Photographs courtesy of Phil Youdale, Forestry Sarawak and Manfred Leiter (Muenchen) and Sarawak Convention Bureau