Rafting & Caving tour
Gopeng offer a nature adventure activities – rafting & caving tour. White water rafting at gopeng river is a good experience for beginner. The rapid at level 1 – 3 suitable for all age range from 10 above. Cave Exploration at Gua Tempurung is excited. The cave is one of the largest limestone cave. A small stream inside the cave and steep, challenging and unforgettable trip.
|DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION||Kuala Lumpur|
|DEPARTURE TIME||Please wait at hotel lobby at 6:00 AM. Pickup only at golden triangle area (Chinatown / Bukit Bintang / KLCC) out of area additional RM15 per pax for pick up or gather at Han TravelOffice. view map (Opposit Geo Hotel)|
|WEAR||Comfortable athletic clothing, hiking boots and wet shoe, hat, sunscreen, extra changing cloth, and touch light|
Adult RM400 per person
Children RM280 per person
(Minimum 2 adult to run the tour)
– 0600: Departure to Gopeng
– 0730: Arrival at Gopeng
– 1000: Depart to Ulu Geruntum by truck. 2 hours Gua Tempurung exploration. Ready with torch light and prepared to get wet.
– 1300: Lunch beside the river. Safety instructor briefing on White Water Rafting, Water Confidence, Rafting commences (1.5 – 2 hours rafting about 7km with 7 to 9 rapids). Freshen up. End of tour
Rafting & Caving Tour
The most popular adrenaline pumping fun is whitewater river rafting on the Kampar River. The scenic waterway is created by the merging of three rivers, Geruntum River, Geroh River and Pacat River in Perak. Rated as a Grade I to III river, it offers a great combination of water ranging from gentle flows to challenging and technical whitewater. It is also perfect for beginners.
Gua Tempurung is the largest limestone cave in Peninsular Malaysia with the total length of the cave being 4.5km, while the part accessible to the public is about 1.9km. The cave contains an underground river of 1.6km in length. Walkways have been built within some parts of the caves making it easy for visitors to have a leisurely stroll while taking in the sights of the beautiful underground waterfalls and the pendant stalactites hanging from the roof stalagmites.
The cave is made up of five huge dooms and is divided into several sections, with the lower cave passage called the Molesworth Allen Tunnel, named in honour of the botanists, Betty Molesworth Allen. At the end of this tunnel, the cave opens up to Alam Cavern, the largest of the three major caverns, which is more than 130 metres in width and towers 72 metres high. In Tin Miners’ Cavern, the cave splits into two levels, the upper about eight metres above the stream and bearing the scars of early alluvial activity, while the lower passage follows the stream. The Gergasi Cavern is the last of the cave sections. It is named Gergasi because it holds a huge column, which is some 15 metres in height and 17 metres in length. The column stands sentinel- like at the end of the chamber, like a giant genie guarding its treasure.
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