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Mulu National Park - Adventure Caving

Mulu National Park - Adventure Caving

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After seeing the show caves, visitors often want to see more of Mulu's vast cave system. To cater for this demand and satisfy the curious, the National Park Department has identified a number of sites that are suitable for adventure caving trips. Although these sites involve varying degrees of difficulty, visitors should bear in mind that all adventure caving requires a reasonable level of both physical and mental fitness.

Adventure caving is a whole lot of fun. An expedition at Mulu often involves wading across rivers or streams, squeezing in between rocks and crevices, swimming through underground rivers and, of course, getting covered in dirt. Some of Mulu's caving trips require knowledge of technical rope work (e.g. Single Rope Technique or SRT) as abseiling and climbing are involved.

Most adventure caving expeditions are full day trips, and some involve overnight stays at jungle camps. Adventure caving trips can be arranged at the park HQ or by tour companies who operate Mulu packages. Although some of the more popular caves have been equipped with fixed ropes on the short descents, climbs and traverses, rigging equipment, SRT and climbing ropes are useful. Extensive caving equipment is not supplied by the park HQ; anyone planning to do a series of adventure caving trips is advised to bring their own equipment. Carbide (for lamps) is usually available at Chua Seng Seng Co in Marudi, and at some of the hardware shops in Miri.

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