Morning, depart from Kuching for a 45 minute drive through the picturesque countryside, passing farms, fish ponds and orchards to reach the outskirts of Bau, a former gold mining centre and to see the extraordinary landscape of the limestone karst. Upon reaching our destination, you will given a safety briefing before proceeding to visit the 02 caves.
The Wind Cave is a dramatic contrast consisting of multiple river passages through the rock leading to an entrance on the far side of the hill overlooking the Sarawak River. A raised wooden walkway leads through the cave giving a close up view of the bats roosting nearby and to look for cave dwelling insects
The Fairy Cave is the largest cave entrance in the Kuching area and is a few minutes away from Wind Cave by coach. Access requires a bit of exertion but is safe and is by way of concrete steps rising about 100 feet with a further set of wooden steps to the main chamber. The roof of the chamber towers above you as you enter through a small side passage. This enormous space was carved out from the rock by the action of water with the stalactites, stalagmites and columns which adorn the chamber having been formed subsequently and return via same route to Kuching and transfer
to the hotel.