Lucky fro us by the time we reached Sg Selungun, the tide was still xtremely low. Someone was here back in June or July checking out the wildlife nearby and we were warned of sightings of several baby crocodiles near the river mouth. Good that the tide was low, no mama crocs in sight, the water level was non-threatening as opposed to the many rivers we crossed the past few days. Had the tide been a just a few centimetres higher, we would have had second thoughts about crossing Sg Selungun ... by the looks of it, the river seems very wide from one bank to the other, defiinitely more so at 1.0 meter tide. We are in Sarawak afterall.
In the distance is Batu Gajah.