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5 Days Sumatran Jungle Trekking Experiences

Day 1 Kuala Namu International Airport – Bukit Lawang (3,5 – 4 hrs drive)
Arrive at the Kuala Namu International airport with flight… at…
We will fetch you and straight to Bukit Lawang as one of the observations point at the Gunung Leuser National Park. You drive through the landscape view of plantations and villages. Available stop at local handicrafts homes industry of Bamboo and Traditional Roofing. Depends on season, you can also stop at locals’ fruits & spicy garden; snake fruits, mangos, durian, ginger, lemongrass, peanuts, galingale etc.
Arrive in Bukit Lawang and check in to hotel for overnight stay.
Ecolodge Bukit Lawang Cottages or similar

Day 2 Bukit Lawang – Adi Black camp
Leaving the comfort of the hotel behind, the day’s trek through the mountainous National Park begins with a steep incline, which is rewarded with many spectacular views. Breaks will be taken along the way upon request.

During the course of the trek, the guide will point out and explain (amongst many other things) the medicinal qualities of the jungle plants, used for centuries by the local people.

After arriving at the first night’s campsite, discover how to set up camp in the Sumatran jungle and assist with building a fire in order to cook a delicious dinner. The local guide is well versed in ‘camp cooking’; dine under the stars surrounded by a myriad of jungle sounds.

While there’s always the possibility of sighting a wild or semi-wild orangutan during these days, be mindful to never approach an orangutan, always paying attention to the guide’s instructions.

Lunch will be had en route and dinner at the camp

Overnight local camp/shelter

Distance and journey time:
Trekking distance: 6 hours
Difficulty : Medium – Hard

Day 3 Adi Black Camp – Jamur Batu Atas Camp
After breakfast, our professional team will meet you and give short briefing before we get into the National Park.
Today’s trek heads through the mountainous interior of the national park, beginning with a steep incline and rewarded with spectacular views. Occasional breaks are taken as required. While venturing deeper into the jungle, try to be as quiet as possible to maximized the chances of glimpsing some of the endemic wildlife. With any luck, less commonly sighted species such as the Sumatran striped rabbit and a vast variety of birds and butterflies may also be seen. Close encounters with local wildlife are a distinct possibility. Be mindful to never approach or touch an orangutan if the opportunity presents itself, and pay close attention to the instructions of the guide.
To conclude the day, discover how to set up camp in the Sumatran jungle after arriving at the first campsite. Assist with building a fire in order to cook a delicious jungle dinner. The local guide is well versed in ‘camp cooking’ and will be sure to share some of the secrets of how to dine well under the stars surrounded by jungle.
After a long and rewarding day of jungle exploration, tuck in for the evening and be lulled to sleep by the sounds of tropical wilderness.
Lunch en route and dinner at the camp
Overnight local camp/Shelter

Distance and journey time:
Trekking distance: 6 hours
Difficulty : Medium

Day 4 Jamur Batu Atas Camp – Aras Pinang Camp
Aras Pinang Camp – Bukit Lawang by tubing
Rise early in the morning for a hearty breakfast and pack up camp before embarking on what is perhaps the most challenging day of the adventure. The terrain is very steep and the guide will assess everyone’s abilities to ensure the safety of the group. Subject to the conditions, the routing may be adjusted to maximise the enjoyment and wellbeing of the group.
While hiking, the guide will keep an eye out for tell-tail signs of orangutans while trekking through the dense jungle. Aside from orangutans, a plethora of birds and smaller jungle animals may be visible through the mottled backdrop of the jungle.
Arrive at Aras Pinang at noon (river banks), here the captain (the man in charge to steer the tubes) already prepares all the necessary equipment for this activity such as big inner tubes combined into one. Although the current is not very strong but life jackets and helmets are available for safety. Floating on rubber tubes is very convenient. The clean river that flows through Bohorok river offering scenic view of the jungle and village until you arrive in the front of your lodge. Take a rest and overnight after long activity.
Ecolodge Bukit Lawang Cottages or similar

Distance and journey time:
Trekking distance: 4 hours
Tubing: 1 hour
Difficulty : Medium

Day 5 Bukit Lawang – Airport (3,5 hrs drive)
Today we dribve back to the Kuala Namu International airport for catch your flight to next destination. End of your trip through us.

Prices ??

Hotels as mentioned above + breakfast
AC transport as mentioned in the program + fuel & driver
English speaking guide (other languages based on availability due to limited)
Entrance & parking fees as mentioned in the program
National Park Permit in Bukit Lawang
3 days / 2 nights jungle trekking + tubing in Bukit Lawang on day 2, 3 & 4 included camping equipment and meals

Flight tickets and airport tax
Personal expenses; meals (lunches & dinners) except during trekking, drinks, donations, laundry, souvenirs, etc.
Tips for guide/driver
Travel insurance
Any optional program