8D7N North Sumatra Jungle Adventure

This is individual tour. It means, you can have your own privacy and decide your own time to travel. You would not be joined with other participants that you do not know.

Itinerary:
Day 1

Pick up at the airport, go to orangutans rehabilitation centre in Bohorok/Bukit Lawang, in the afternoon free program. 
Day 2 
Jungle trekking, cross the river by small wooden canoe and then take a short climbing through the tropical rainforest, in the afternoon we will camp in Jamur Batu, lunch and dinner will be served by your local guide and porter.
Day 3 
Return to Bohorok, drive to Tangkahan at other side of Mount Leuser, overnight in simple lodge.
Day 4
Participate in bathing an elephant and riding elephant for around 1 hour in the plantation and tropical rainforest of Sumatra (available everyday except on Mondays and Thursdays), drive back to Medan and go to Brastagi, visit fruit market. 
Day 5
Hike Mount Sibayak, continue the trip to Lake Toba and Samosir Island, Dokan, Sipiso-piso Waterfall, Tuk Tuk Village, overnight  around Lake Toba.
Day 6
Visit Simanindo Village, Ambarita Village, Tomok.
Day 7
To Parapat, Pematang Siantar, Medan, go to Maimun Palace, The Grand Mosque, Chinese and Hindu temples, the old City Hall, Central bank, Asam kumbang crocodile farm, overnight in Medan.
Day 8
Transfer to the airport.

Includes:

  • Overnight at hotels based on twin share bedroom
  • Daily breakfast
  • 1 x lunch & 1 x dinner during jungle trekking
  • English speaking guide
  • Transportationfull AC, gasoline and driver on day 1, 3 until 8
  • Driver's meals and overnight accommodation costs
  • Entrance and parking fees
  • Permit and local guide to see the orangutans at the feeding area
  • Permit & porter during jungle trekking
  • Local guide during jungle trekking
  • Tents (camps) in the jungle
  • Permit and park ranger for riding an elephant it Tangkahan on day 4
  • Permit and local guide for hiking Mount Sibayak on day 5
  • Ticket of ferry Parapat to Samosir Island vice versa

Excludes:

  • Airplane tickets and airport taxes
  • Insurance
  • Sleeping bag
  • Handy cam fee or camera fee in Bohorok
  • Personal expenses such as tips, donation, drinks, meals except are mentioned above, Mosquito lotion etc

Terms & Conditions:

  • The prices for high season would be informed at a later time
Duration : 8 Days 7 Nights
Availability : Daily
Minimum : 2
Maximum : 8
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Per Pax (In Group of 2-3 People)
IDR 8.886.552
Per Pax (In Group of 4-5 People)
IDR 6.794.000
Per Pax (In Group of 6-8 People)
IDR 5.897.192
TOTAL : IDR

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About 8D7N North Sumatra Jungle Adventure

North Sumatra has a beauty that could be a desire of your tour. The natural beauty of North Sumatra is a stunning stretch of beautiful Lake Toba to a forest in Bukit Lawang that is inhabited by a group of orangutans. The diversity and uniqueness culture of its local people also add to the charm of the province which its capital is Medan.

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133 Reviews from TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Lesslete (Los Angeles, CA)
Reviewed 05 Feb 2018

"A memorable, yet complicated experience with beautiful gentle giants"

Spending a few hours with the elephants was a truly memorable experience. These elephants are such kind, amazing and loving creatures. It took quite a journey from our hotel to get the elephants...

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WirdhaAHsb
Reviewed 04 Feb 2018

"Tangkahan"

I went to tangkahan several months ago and this is my review: 1. It's a good place for everyone who likes to see animal and nature. The location is about 2 hours from Medan. You can reach it by car...

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Mattie S
Reviewed 24 Jan 2018

"Lots of mixed emotions after visiting the Conservation Response Unit in Tangkahan"

Lots of mixed emotions after visiting the Conservation Response Unit in Tangkahan where rescued elephants are kept in a small enclosure and living in poor conditions. Some look like they have been...

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