Mulu National Park and Pinnacles

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4 Days / 3 Nights
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Tour Details

Venture deep into the Borneo tropical rainforest to explore the intriguing Mulu National Park and its remarkable caves.

Mulu National Park, situated in the Malaysian State of Sarawak, is outstanding both for its high biodiversity and for its karst features.

This 4-days adventure combines the spectacular caves, the pristine tropical rainforest with the challenging Pinnacle trail.


  • Explore some of the world’s largest caves in Mulu National Park. The park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site that encompasses caves and karst formations in a mountainous equatorial rainforest setting.
  • Witness the spectacle of millions of bats spiraling out of the Deer cave mouth for a night hunting.
  • Meet the indigenous Penan people, one of the last hunter-gatherer tribes in Borneo.
  • Trek into the Borneo rainforest for a spectacular view of the sharp limestone Pinnacles emerging from the jungle.

Brief Itinerary

Day 1
Arrive Mulu - Deer & Lang Caves
Day 2
Clearwater & Wind Caves - Camp 5
Day 3
Day 3
Camp 5 - Mulu

What's Included

  • Accommodation for the nights listed in the itinerary
  • All internal transport as per the itinerary
  • Sightseeing tours / activities where specified
  • English speaking guide
  • Entry Fees
  • Meals as specified
  • Tourism Tax (RM 10 per room/night)


The first stage of the tour (from Mulu park to Camp 5) is a 1-2 hour boat trip along the Melinau River to Kuala Berar. If the water level is low, the boat has to be pushed over rocky sections so the trip takes longer. Base Camp 5 is relatively easy 7.8 km walk from Kuala Berar, following flat jungle terrain and taking 2-3 hours.

The trail to view the Pinnacles is only 2.4 km long but rises 1,200m and the last section is near vertical with ropes and ladders to climb. Fit, experienced trekkers may reach the top in 2–3 hours, the not so fit around 4–5 hours. For many, the descent is more difficult and can take 5 hours or more.


Day 1 Arrive in Mulu - Deer & Lang Caves

Upon arrival in Mulu (preferably before noon) you will be met at the airport and transported your hotel.

Depart for Mulu National Park for a 3 km walk to Deer Cave and Lang Cave. You will explore one of the largest cave passages in the world.

After visiting the caves, await the spectacular sight of millions of bats flying out of the caves in the evening.

Overnight at the Mulu Marriott Resort

Day 2Clearwater & Wind Caves - Camp 5

After breakfast, take a morning longtail boat ride to visit Batu Bungan Penan Settlement where you are able to purchase the local handicraft made by the Penan tribe.

Continue by boat to the Cave of the Wind which has many impressive stalactites and stalagmites, then walk to the Clearwater Cave, the Asia’s longest cave, measuring some 107 km. Optional dip in the Clearwater pool before having the picnic lunch at the Pavilion.

After lunch, you will continue your journey by longboat to Kuala Berar or Long Litut. You will trek for 8 km through the beautiful rainforest and along the Litut River to Melinau Camp 5 – camp base of the Pinnacles. Settle in at the camp while your guide prepares dinner.

Overnight at the Camp 5. (basic hostel-style accommodation with shared toilets and cooking facilities)


Day 3Pinnacles

This morning you will rise early and begin the 2.4km steep trek to the Pinnacles viewpoint at 1750 m. Along this trail there are many wild orchids, pitcher plants and tiny tree shrews foraging for food. The Pinnacles consists of a series of 45 m high, razor-sharp limestone spikes that tower above the surrounding vegetation.

The hike to the viewpoint is a tough and challenging mountain climbing, however you will be rewarded with a spectacular view of a silver forest of stone, poking up through the surrounding jungle.

Return to Camp 5 for a refreshing swim and another overnight stay.

Overnight at the Camp 5. (basic hostel-style accommodation with shared toilets and cooking facilities)


Day 4Depart Mulu

After breakfast, retrace our steps back to Kuala Berar or Long Litut for a leisurely longboat ride back to Mulu Airport for your departure flight.