Gomatong Cave was a side trip on the way to Sukau. Our guide organised a "picnic lunch" at the visitors centre before heading on a short walk to the Cave. I don't think I've ever seen so many cockroaches and giganic centipedes in my life. May I suggest everyone that visits keeps their hands away from the guide rails. A torch is another handy thing to have. We were there 2 weeks before harvesting (mid February) but were able to hold and photograph a few nests kept in the harvesters quarters on-site. I found the visit to be interesting and worthwhile and was not put off by any "smell" - the caves in Indonesia smell much worse. The restroom in the carpark was well cared for and clean.
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