THINGS TO DO @ OROU SAPULOT
CAVING @ PUNGITON CAVE
Well known as a sacred cave by the Villagers. It is nestled approximately 15minutes by river from Labang Village and is consisted of multiple levels. Visitors will be able to marvel at the different faunas as well as rock formations in this Legendary Cave. This would be a guided trek into the cave and the average time to complete the trek would take approximately 2 hours. Difficulty Level: 4/10
This activity is best suited for Adrenalin Seekers! Depart from Salung Jetty and Rapid Shoot through exciting rapids all the way to the Kalimantan Border on a motorized wooden long boat navigated by skillful village boatman. Visitors will be able to witness the different Murut Villages and their livelihood along the rivers both downstream and upstream. Difficulty Level: 0/10
After a scrumptious dinner prepared by the Murut Ladies, indulge in not only watching but participating and learning the Murut Traditional Dance and Musical Instrument, which will be performed by the Murut Children.
Surrounded by untouched forest reserves, trekking through the virgin jungles is a bliss. Trekking to the foot of Batu Punggul from the River Banks would take approximately 45 minutes. Upon reaching the foot of Batu Punggul, guests will have a chance to free scale up this 300 meters Limestone Outcrop! A must do for all visiting the Sapulot Area. Difficulty Level: 4/10 (Jungle Trekking), 7/10 (Rock Climbing).
Rest, Relax and Take-a-Dip in one of Mother Nature's best gift to us "A Natural Spa", surrounded by the beautiful scene and sounds of the forest. Nothing beats a relaxation by untouched waterfalls hidden from commercialization. Difficulty Level: 0/10
TRADITIONAL RICE WINE SAMPLING
A must try for all guests at Romol Eco Village. Prepared by the villagers in accordance to their strict customs abiding to all taboo believes being passed down from ancestors. Served in a Jar and drank from a Bamboo Straw and accompanied by small bites of comfort food.
ACCOMMODATIONS AND FACILITIES
Each of the lodging areas of Orou Sapulot will be equipped with with a basic Shower and Toilet, Dining Area, as well as a Sleeping Area. Of course as part of our mission is to minimize impacts to the flora and fauna, these facilities were built by the villagers in a community effort using fallen trees. Careful planning and considerations were taken during the building process which did not involve any heavy machinery.