Lemaing 2 - Nunuk Trail
An exciting jungle experience for nature and jungle trekking enthusiasts, this 2 nights experience in the wilderness is like no other. Immerse yourself in the beauty of nature right at the foothills of Mount Kinabalu. Take a short trek to a nearby waterfall before you continue your journey exploring more off-the-beaten trails to spot animals in the wild.
- Immerse in pristine primary rainforests
- Amazing nature scenes
- Discover various flora like the Rafflesia flower and Tropical Pitcher Plants
- Spot animals in the wild
- Authentic jungle experience
- Explore with locals
- Take a dip at the Diba Titiu Waterfall
- Discover challenging trails
Pickup from hotel. Quick stop at Pekan Nabalu. Continue drive to Kiau Nuluh. From there, trek to Mongor-Ongor Hut via Guralau Trail then continue to Bonsod Hut. Continue trek to Pamantangan Hut via Rikos and Kandaai Trail. Overnight at Pamantangan Hut.(Lunch & Dinner)
Morning walk and enjoy the serenity of the misty forest. Thereafter, short trek to Waterfall, then back to Pamantangan Hut. Trek to Nunuk Hut via suspension bridge/Ropuh/Mahandoi/Diou Trail. Thereafter, continue trek to Perahu Hut via Kurou Trail. Trek back to Nunuk Hut. Overnight at Nunuk Hut. (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner)
Morning walk. Trek back to Pamantangan Hut. Continue trek to Kiau Nuluh via Kinapasawon Trail. Arrive at Kiau Nuluh. (Breakfast & Lunch)
THINGS TO BRING: Please bring along long pants for trekking, rain cover or water tight proof bags, 2.5 litter drinking water bottle, clothes, insect repellent, walking stick, head lamps (including extra bulb and batteries), personal toiletries, slipper or sandals and energy food (chocolate, raisins, nuts, rehydration salt, glucose, etc)
Tours and transfers, basic accommodation, meals, sleeping bag, and English speaking guide.
Leech socks and items not mentioned
MYR 1175 per person
Rates are valid from 01 April 2018 till 31 March 2019.
Effective 1st September 2017, foreign guests will be charged a flat rate of RM10 per room per night for all Tourism Tax (TTx) registered hotel classifications in Malaysia.