The journey from our hotel located at Kuching waterfront to the village took about an hour with a quick stop for some snacks and refreshments. Along the way, our guide, James briefed us about the caving we were about to experience and some historical sights along the journey.
At the village, we met Frankie, the local guide, at his house. There a short video was played about the geology of the cave we were about enter. Equipment check and safety briefing done, we trekked along some padi fields and picked up some fruits along the way to the cave. Both James and Frankie made the caving interesting with insightful knowledge of the history, geology and creatures of the cave. Some of the interesting things encountered was a millipede that bite could cause necrosis and a recently dead snake which we bought into a watery grave.
The cooling dip to enter the 2nd cave just shows how varied the geology of the caves are. We exited the cave through another way as the water just to cool for us to endure.
Frankie's family treated us like family as we washed and dried ourselves up from the wet adventure. While there, we also feasted on the local fruits picked up along the way. If you are going to Kuching for an adventure then Kuching Caving is not one to be missed.
Thank you James and Frankie for a wonderful and amazing experience!
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