DEPARTURE: 8:30 amDURATION : 8 hrs
Meet your guide at your hotel lobby and proceed to Niah National Park ( 2hrs 30min ride). Upon arrival at Park headquarters, register and have a brief study about the park at the information center. Then, take a short boat ride to cross the river to visit Niah Museum. After visiting the museum then proceed to the caves main entrance which is about 3Km walk and for touring around the cave will take about 45 minutes. Thanks to an extensive network of plankwalks. It is easy to get around. A flashlight and good walking shoes are absolutely essential – the caves are unlit, and the plankwalk can become slippery from the constant dripping of water and bat guano from the ceiling of the cave. A wide-brimmed hat is desirable, for obvious reasons.The Niah Cave is famous for its edible birds nest found high-up in the cave about 300 ft from the ground. The area was a major centre of human settlement as early as 40,000 years ago, and features one of the world’s largest cave entrances, Palaeolithic and Neolithic burial sites and iron-age cave paintings. The nearby Painted Cave houses wall-paintings depicting the boat journey of the dead into the afterlife, along with remnants of “death-ships” on the cave floor – boat-shaped coffins (its contents have been transferred to the Sarawak Museum). Return journey on the same plank walk to Niah National Park headquarter for lunch and then proceed to Tusan Beach for sunset view.Tusan beach is famous of it's "horse drinking sea water" cliff and "Blue Tears" phenomenon which is the stunning sight of glowing ocean waters happens in Tusan which started few years back and this has inspired the famous Asian Chinese movies calls "Blue Tears" production and Tusan Beach and Niah National Park is some of their shooting location. please do note that the sighting of this Blue Tears phenomenon are not guarantees as this depending on weather or season.After Tusan Beach tours end you'll be transfer back to your hotel.