Six Days in the Jungle
The trek starts at 8.30 am after breakfast. In the jungle, you will get the opportunity to see Orangutans and other mammals including Gibbons, Thomas leaf monkeys, long tail Macaques, Pigtail Macaques, hornbills and the Great Argus (the Sumatran peacock). Along the way, your guide will inform you about the flora and fauna in the jungle, including the medicinal uses of plants in the jungle. By spending five days in the jungle, you will have the opportunity to see more different species of animals living there and learn more about the beautiful nature of the Leuser National Park. Arrive at the campsite in the afternoon, spend the night in the jungle and fall asleep to the sounds of the jungle. Your dinner will be cooked by our jungle chefs and bedding will be provided.
On the second day, you will trek for 5-6 hours with the opportunity to observe more animals. If you’re lucky you may even see wild Orangutans and the Black Siamang.
at the campsite late afternoon, you can relax by the Landak river. Dinner will be cooked for you again and you can cool off swimming in the river and relaxing.
The following morning after breakfast you will start a trek over 6 hours towards Landak River. While going deeper into the rainforest your chances of encountering wildlife will increase. The terrain is steep, but the views will be spectacular. At noon your guides will prepare a simple jungle lunch on the top of a hill. The fantastic scenery in the national park will be a memorable experience for you. The campsite for the second night will be next to the big Landak River where you will arrive around 3:30 pm. There is a big chance to see wild orangutans and black gibbons. Our team will offer you an Indonesian dinner and refreshments before you can dream of the sounds of nocturnal jungle life.
After breakfast starts walking to the next campsite. As you trek on the 4th day there will be plenty of chances to see many more animals, arrive at the campsite late afternoon by the river and observe the animals.
Early morning walk more to up North area to observe the animals if you are lucky, you can see a tiger or Sumatran elephant. After returning to the camp for breakfast, you’ll continue to observe the animals.
The following morning you will wake up to the sounds of the jungle. You have a big chance to observe the Sumatran monitor lizards, tortoises, and colorful river butterflies around the campsite. you just relax at the campsite. After a light lunch it’s time for you to return to Bukit Lawang. by Local traditional rafting “jungle taxi”) down the river takes you back to the guesthouse/Hotel.
What you have to bring:
- medium backpack 40 litre
- good hiking shoes (with good grip)
- socks, first aid, long trousers, spare t-shirts, sleeping bag, torch, towel
- swimming suit
- mosquito repellent (we recommend at least 50% DEET content)
- flip flops
- optional- waterproof sandals (useful for wading through the river)
- rain jacket
|2 PERSON||841 €||13.500.000 IDR|
Group size: Minimum 2 people This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate This activity will have a maximum of 6 travellers in a group because we care comfort of wildlife and the environment.
One night Accommodation in Bukit Lawang, Certified English-speaking guide, permit to enter the National Park, traditional tube rafting on the Bohorok River (jungle Taxi), rafting skipper, tubes, and safety jackets ‘fresh fruit, food during the activities – Breakfast Lunch Diner (BLD).