4D3N Gunung Tahan

4D3N Gunung Tahan Package (ex-Sungai Relau)

  • Availability: Everyday (Pre-Book Needed)
  • Minimum: 1 Adult
  • Tour Starts (Meeting Point): Sg Relau, Merapoh, Taman Negara
  • Time: 8.00 am
  • Tour Ends: Sg Relau, Merapoh
  • Time: 12.00 pm (subject to your group strength)

 

Overview

Let’s conquer the highest peak in Peninsular Malaysia, Gunung Tahan (2,187m). If you have courage to ascend and descend mountains, crossing rivers, long distance hiking and camping for nights, this might be one of your best experiences in life.

Gunung Tahan, is one of the most challenging mountains to climb. It’s about 32km from Kuala Juram, Sg Relau, Merapoh and 53km from Kampung Kuala Tahan. The trail requires you to be mentally and physically fit. Be prepared and enjoy your thrilling nature journey!

This package starts and ends in Sg Relau, Merapoh. You must have clear plan how to get there (either by self-drive or train or public bus). You may have options such as self-drive, public bus or taxi to your Merapoh. We suggest you reach in Merapoh one day earlier and have enough sleep before the hiking.

To check and book bus or train tickets – click here

 

Package Price (Per Group) – Year 2017
  • Price is subject to 6% Goods & Service Tax
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    No. of Pax per Group1 -2 pax 3 - 4 pax5 - 6 pax7 - 8 pax9 - 10 pax11 - 12 pax
    Price per Group (RM)2500.002600.002700.002800.002900.003000.00

     

    Tour Inclusions & Exclusions

    Includes : 
    Entry Permit
    Mountain Guide
    Camp Fee
    4WD transfer from Sg Relau to Kuala Juram.

    Excludes : 
    Food
    Tent
    Sleeping Bag
    Cooking Utensils
    Camera License – RM5.00 per unit
    Porter Service
    Accommodation before and after the expedition
    Insurance
    Certificate of Achievement

    Optional Package

    You may require some items for your expedition such as tent, sleeping bag etc. If you are interested to rent, please see HERE .

     

    Sample Itinerary
    Sungai Relau – Gunung Tahan – Sungai Relau Trail (4D3N)
    Day 1Sg Relau – Kuala Juram - Kem Kor
    8:00 am Meet Mountain Guide (Briefing)

    Registration & Checking at Wildlife Office

    Transfer by 4WD to Kuala Juram (13km)

    Hiking from Kuala Juram to Kem Kor (13.5km)

    Camp at Kem Kor (latest time to reach 04.00pm)

    Set up your own tent

    Cook your own dinner

    Refresh & sleep
    Day 2Kem Kor – Bukit Botak
    7:00 am Prepare your own breakfast

    Hiking from Kem Kor to Bukit Botak (16km)

    Camp at Bukit Botak

    Set up your own tent

    Cook your own dinner
    Refresh & sleep
    Day 3Bukit Botak – Gunung Tahan’s Peak – Kem Kor
    7:00 am Prepare your own breakfast

    Hiking from Bukit Botak to the Peak, Gunung Tahan (2.5km)

    Hiking from the Peak to Kem Kor (18.4km)

    Camp at Kem Kor

    Set up your own tent

    Cook your own dinner
    Refresh & sleep
    Day 4Kem Kor – Kuala Juram – Sg Relau
    7:00 am Prepare your own breakfast

    Hiking from Kem Kor to Kuala Juram (13.5km)

    Transfer by 4WD from Kuala Juram to Sungai Relau (13km)

    Arrival Sg Relau

    Checking by Wildlife office

    End of the Expedition

    Trail Profile: Sungai Relau – Gunung Tahan
    merapoh-trail

    Important Notes
    1. All food & camping gears are on your own.
    2. Actual hiking distance in a day is based on your group strength.
    3. Itinerary might be changed by Mountain Guide’s discretion if the need arise.
    4. RM50.00 service charge per changes is applicable if you change your confirmed booking.

     

    Items to Bring

    Proper planning and bringing appropriate items helps your trip success.  Below are the list items used to bring by climbers on their expedition to Gunung Tahan. Actual and quantity of the items are up to the group and individual needs.

    Camping Gear and EquipmentFoodPersonal Items
    Ankle guard
    Bandana
    Candle
    Cap
    Cleanser
    Cup
    First Aid Kit
    Fork
    Gas
    Gas stove
    Headlight
    Insect repellent
    Knee guard
    Lighter
    Mess Can
    Muscle pain relief
    Pocketknife
    Rain cover
    Sleeping bag
    Spoon
    Strain relief
    Tents
    Toilet roll
    Torchlight
    Waste bag
    Water purifying
    Whistle
    Biscuits
    Chocolate (Energy Bar)
    Coffee
    Cooking oil
    Dried Food
    Drinking water
    Milo
    Oral rehydration salt
    Rice
    Salt
    Snacks
    Sugar
    Bread
    Instant Noodle
    Bandana
    Beanie hat
    Gloves
    Hiking boots
    Raincoat
    Shampoo
    Slippers
    Soap
    Spare clothes and undergarments
    Spare socks
    Sweater
    Toiletries
    Toothbrush
    Toothpaste
    Towel
    Track bottom
    Walking pole
     

    Photos by Adiman Photorawks.

    Terms & Conditions

    We reserve the right to alter the itinerary or cancel the expedition due to inclement weather or unforeseen operational conditions or any circumstances beyond control and cannot be held responsible for cancellations. We will not be held liable for any lost or damaged property or failure to connect with other services or illness or injuries or death incurred during participation of any related activities. Full Term & Conditions; click here.