Bukit Lawang Trekking

About Us

Stop deforestation by empowering the local rural indigenous population by way of job creation based on tourism & support local People.

We follow a strict code of non-contact with the orang-outans. Getting too close to an orangutan increases the risk of passing on disease and viral infection, which jeopardizes the semi wild orangutans’ chances of survival and in turn the health and survival of the wild orangutan population in this area. We ask our guests to keep at least 10 meters away and to move away if an orang-outan approaches.

Ucok Sirait – is a well-known jungle guide in Bukit Lawang. worked as a professional licensed guide at Indonesia Tourist Guides Association (ITGA) He has gained a reputation for his expertise in guiding visitors through the dense jungles of Gunung Leuser National Park, which is home to Sumatran orangutans and various other wildlife species.

Hi, has been working as a jungle guide for 13 years and has extensive knowledge of the local flora and fauna. He is known for his commitment to wildlife conservation and his passion for educating visitors about the importance of protecting the environment and its inhabitants.

As a guide, Ucok Sirait is highly recommended for his professionalism, friendliness, and excellent communication skills. He is adept at spotting wildlife and ensuring visitors have a memorable and safe experience in the jungle for the long treks.

Tondi Sirait – He was born and grew up in a hardy and remote area in Bukit Lawang. He started his career in adventure tourism at a young age after completing school-level studies, working for different trekking companies for a few years. Now working as a Team Leader in Bukit Lawang Trekking Guide. He has already obtained a trekking guide license from the Ministry of Tourism, the government of Indonesia, and guided many international groups, especially from Europe, the USA, Canada, and Australia, in Taman Gunung Leuser, diversify experience and extensive knowledge of nature features, religion, culture, local flora and fauna and on environmental issues in the areas where he has personally structured the treks.

We work together with our team and use experienced English-speaking guides. they respect nature and protect the jungle and the environment of Gunung Leuser National Park.

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