5 days trekking

5 days trekking

5 Days Trekking inside NP Gunung Leuser

190 EUR per Person  ( min. 3  People )  or   475 EUR for Couple

+ 10 EUR for rafting per person

 

In the price is includet permit to entry NP Gunung Leuser, fully licensed guide and assistants, fruits and food during the trekking.

They are not any additional charge.

The assistants will carry all food and all camping equipment, also variety of indonesian fruit, depending on the season, such as : bananas, passion fruit, pineapple, watermelon, rambutan, mango, orange..

Our guides will prepare a fire,camp and cook your dinner of curry, rice, and other local foods, with tea, coffee.

You need to bring a small backpack containing a change of clothes for sleep and next days, sanitation, at least one large bottle of water per person, swimsuit, mosquito repellent and your camera.

The trekking start at 9:00 am.

Arrive the fifth day around 3:00 pm-4:00 pm to Bukit Lawang village bay walking, motorbike, minibus or by local rafting, depends on the program, according to your individual wishes and physical condition. An earlier finish may be possible if you require.

One of the most popular program is combination – first, we walk to area where you can see the semi-wild orangutan and than continue to area out of all common trails offered from local tours to have the change to looking for the real wild animals such a orangutan, gibons, Silver leaf monkey, Thomas leaf monkey, Long-tailed macaque, Pig-tailed macaque, Water monitor lizard, Malayan giant squirrel, Binturong, Great argus, hornbills ..we will search also for birds, deers, turtles, snakes , lizards, spiders, all kinds of insects..We will entry territory Sumatran orangutan, Sumatran tiger, Sumatran Elephant, Malayan sun bear, Clouded leopard, Marbled cat, Leopard cat, Asian golden cat, Siamang, Silver leaf monkey Sunda slow loris..

This trek is recommended  for for all kind of people with love to nature.

 Don´t miss your chance observe the rare, critically endangered Sumatran Orangutan in his natural habitat in one of the last places in the world !!

The paths can be steep and can be slippery. Our assistants will try to help you if you need a hand, but you are responsible for your own personal safety. We provide assistance for your children as well, but not forget that responsibility for their safety is on parents or guardians.

Orangutans and other wildlife are susceptible to human illnesses. Please do not touch them !!!

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