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ELEPHANTS GRAVEYARD - GUA CHADU

 

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GUNUNG CHADU / SUNGAI RELAU / KUALA GANDAH

 

Package Rates : 2 to 4 persons -  RM 1050.00 per person

                                                 (Minimum 2 persons )

 

                        5 to 6 persons       -  RM   950.00 per person

                        7 to 9 persons       -  RM   900.00 per person

                        Above 10 persons  -  RM   850.00 per person                   

      

 Package Itinerary


Day 01
0700 hrs   Depart from Kuala Lumpur to Gua Musang.

 

1300 hrs  Arrive at Gua Musang, rest and lunch

 

1400 hrs Depart for Gua Chadu famously known as the elephants king cave via Kampong Pulai. The route will pass through logging tracks and will cross through river at least twice.  There will signs of elephants existence such as elephant dung and footprints. One may also see footprints of  tapirs, tigers etc.

 

1530 hrs Arrive at base of Gua Chadu. The cave is know as a place where elephants will come to die. The cave is situated on top of a hill and the trek is about 10 meters to reach cave entrance on top of the hill. The trek passes through a small river and a big piece of rock that resemble an elephant head. Inside the cave the ceiling is about 10 meters high. Torchlight will be needed in the cave. Inside the cave there are remnants of dead elephant. The story is that elephants know when their time is up. These elephant will be escorted by other healthy elephants until the entrance of the cave. The track to the cave was originally created by elephants.

 

1630 hrs Return to Gua Musang and head for Sungai Relau chalet - the eastern entrance to Taman Negara National Park. Check in chalet.  Dinner and rest for the night.

 

Day 02

0800 hrs Breakfast

 

0900 hrs Depart for a 3 hours river cruise in upper reaches of Sungai Relau. Stop for a refreshing swim under the cooling forest canopy

 

1300 hrs Lunch

 

1400 hrs


 
Day three
The third day is relatively moderate, and will be able to make it to Kampung Rantau by evening.

 

 

* Package includes : Transfers, permit fees, guide fees and camping fees

  Excludes : Equipments, camera fees and food

 

- Guide Fees 3D2N: RM180.00/10pax [Orang asli guide cost RM60.00/day]
- 4WD: from Pos Kemar - Kg Lelar x 2 ways - RM200.00/10pax
- Boat: from Banding Jetty – Pos Kemar x 2 ways - RM450.00/10pax
- Entrance fees: NIL
- Camp site fees: NIL
- Food: approx. RM28.00/person
hat To Bring
Height: 2161 m (Seventh highest in Peninsular Malaysia)

Location: Hutan Belum, Perak

Foot: Pos Kemar, Perak

Duration (Ulu Kinta-Korbu-Ulu Kinta): 4 days

Expedition type: Midweight backpacking

Suggested Rucsac Capacity: 50 liters

Estimated Rucsac Loading: 12-15 kg

Water Supply: -will be available soon-

Summit temperature: 5-15 deg Celcius

To get to the foot of mountain:
From Pudu Raya Bus Terminal (Kuala Lumpur), take a express coach to Grik, Perak. From Grik, hire a taxi to the Temenggur Dam. From Temenggur Dam, take a 3 hour boat ride to Pos Kemar.


(Note: Boat ride from Temenggur Dam to Pos Kemar has to be book few weeks before departure. Boat rides are expensive, hiring a boat for one whole group will be a cheaper option ) 

Mountain Guides:
Compulsory. Can be obtained from Persatuan Rekreasi Perak or Orang Asli village at Pos Kemar.

Emergency:
Make a written report to the nearby police station, stating your estimated day you exit the jungle.

 

 
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