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6D5N Mt Mulu Summit (5 pax confirmed, 3 places available)
6D5N Mt Mulu Summit The 2nd highest mountain in Sarawak, Mt Mulu can be usually conquered in 4D3N. The climb to the summit involves a trek of some 24 kilometres and a gain in altitude from near sea level to 2,377 metres. Along the way there are three sub-camps that provide basic shelter and toilet facilities for trekkers. The trail covers a great variety of habitat types that include lowland alluvial and Dipterocarp forests, moving up into montane forests at higher altitudes and eventually the stunted vegetation of the summit zone. Floristically, the trail is fascinating as the changes associated with altitude are so dramatic. At the higher altitudes there are complete changes in species associations, including the presence of two conifer species above 1,900 metres. There is also an increase in the diversity of flora with increasing altitudes and with spectacular rhododendrons, pitcher plants, orchids and pandans. The Summit Trail provides opportunities to view unusual, highly specialised bird species. The park has an almost complete representation of high montane species for the region, all of which are rare and highly specific to their habitat. The trail is physically challenging, requiring good levels of fitness. Date: 26 June - 1 July 2018 Day 1: 26 June 2018 (Arrival) 0915 hrs: Arrives at Miri. 0200 hrs: Take flight to Mulu. 0245 hrs: Pickup at Mulu Airport to Mulu Park. Check in, Free & Easy. Day 2: 27 June 2018 (Mulu Park-Camp 1 or 3) 0730 hrs: After breakfast, depart from Mulu and trek to Camp 1 - approximately 4 to 5 hours distant, at the foot of Mt Mulu. This trek is an easy walk on a rather flat terrain through tall jungle. En route, you will cross over from limestone terrain to the sandstone terrain of Mt Mulu. Overnight shelter at Camp 1. [B] Day 3: 28 June 2018 (Camp 1 or 3-Camp 4) 0700 hrs: After breakfast, prepares for 19km trek through secluded forest. This is a long, challenging and strenuous day of mountaineering that passes through mossy forest where pitcher plants, rhododendrons and orchids can be seen in the tree tops and vegetation changes from mixed dipterocarp to montane forest as you continue to ascend to camp 4. After 8-10 hrs reach Camp 4. Overnight at Lumut Camp. Day 4: 29 June 2018 (Camp 4-Summit-Camp 3) Following an early breakfast, climb about 2 to 3 hours to the summit of Mt Mulu. Orchids, rhododendrons and pitcher plants and stunted vegetation are in abundance on the trail to the summit of the mountain at an elevation of 2376 metres, the second highest mountain in Sarawak. Descend to Camp 3 as you admire the beauty of nature and surrounding scenery. Evening at your leisure. Overnight Camp 3. Day 5: 30 June 2018 (Camp 3-Mulu Park) 0730 hrs: After breakfast, The descent to Camp 1 is another long and challenging day. Late lunch before you continue your journey to Mulu Park HQ. Arrive very late afternoon (or probably evening). Check in at Mulu Park. Day 6: 1 July 2018 (departure) After breakfast, check out and Transfer to Airport for flight to Miri. Trip END. [B] Price (min 3 pax, max 8 pax) RM 1650 per pax inclusive of: -Park Entrance Fees/Permit -Mt Guide/s -2 nights accommodation at Mulu Park (Twin/Treble/Quad Sharing, Attached Bathroom) -3 nights at Camp 1, 3 & 4 -Transfers within Mulu area -Meals stated in the itinerary [2B] -Return Flight Miri-Mulu -Complimentary Training Note: Price subject to change without notice. Booking A NON-REFUNDABLE DEPOSIT of RM 825 per pax to be Bank into CIMB a/c no:[masked] under MTK GLOBAL. The Balance to be pay 21 days before your climbing date. BALANCE is NOT REFUNDABLE if any CANCELLATION less than 14 days from your climbing date. RSVP by 31 Jan 2018 or reach the maximum of 8 pax with your NAME, CONTACT NO and EMAIL ADDRESS. Email to [masked] Thank you “be a traveler not a tourist” Wai Kong Team Leader-MyTravelKaki Independent Travel Community mobile: [masked] email: [masked] website: http://www.mytravelkaki.com

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