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Hiking, Trekking, and Ecotours

Satisfy your craving for outdoor adventure with a trip into some of Indonesia's rugged and untamed nature.

From trekking in the jungle and seeing orang utans play in the wild to climbing volcanic peaks of Bromo or Kelimutu, there is no end to the amount of outdoor adventures you can have in Indonesia. Using an eco-tour to explore some of the most remote destinations will ensure that your visit conserves nature rather than exploits these beautiful destinations.

Come to Indonesia to embrace the great outdoors and some of nature's most impressive wonders that you will surely never forget.

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  • Tangkahan

    Tangkahan

    Tangkahan is combinations of vegetation and topography makes it a marvelous tourist spot rarely found elsewhere. The Batang Serangan and Buluh rivers, converging exactly in this zone, are typical of rainforest streams, with diverse varieties of vegetation and colorful rocks and Sumatra Elephants on their banks. The clear, bluish green river water againts the panoramic view creates a mystical atmosphere. The Best season to Visit is June to October

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    Location: Sumatra » North Sumatra » Kab. Langkat

     
    Bukit Lawang

    Bukit Lawang

    Discover the Sumatran jungle and have an outdoor adventure with orangutans to keep you company at the jungle village of Bukit Lawang. Literally meaning "door to the hills", Bukit Lawang is a small village situated at the south of the Mount Leuseur National Park. It's located about 90 kilometers northwest of Medan, the capital city of North Sumatra. Bukit Lawang is a gateway to the legendary Sumatran jungle with it’s steep slippery...

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    Location: Sumatra » North Sumatra » Kab. Langkat

     
    Batang Palupuh

    Batang Palupuh

    Batang Palupuh is a refuge for the giant flowers Rafflesia Arnoldi, blooming only once a year in November. A guide can be obtained from the office at the reserve.

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    Location: Sumatra » West Sumatra » Kota Bukittinggi

     
    Rimbo Panti Nature Reserve

    Rimbo Panti Nature Reserve

    Rimbo Panti Nature Reserve. Just on the road to Medan, this nature and wild life reserve contains various monkey species and black panthers.

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    Location: Sumatra » West Sumatra » Kab. Pasaman

     
  • Mount Talang

    Mount Talang

    Mount Talang is  2,572 meters above sea level and it has a soothing view. From here you can overlook the beautiful Twin Lakes and Lake Singkarak. It's one of the six active volcanoes in West Sumatra. It is said that the tea grown here tastes wonderful. The view is breathtaking and the weather is cool and pleasant. 

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    Location: Sumatra » West Sumatra » Kab. Solok

     
    Rafflesia Park

    Rafflesia Park

    Raflesia Park is part of the Batang Palupuh Nature Conservation Center in Agam district. Although it has many other species, this 3.4 hectare conservation center is focused on conserving the Raflesia flower, which can only be found on Sumatra Island. This flower usually blossoms during wet seasons i.e., from mid to end of year.Batang Palupuh Raflesia Park is a conservation center for three types of Raflesia flowers; Raflesia Arnoldi, which can be...

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    Location: Sumatra » West Sumatra » Kota Bukittinggi

     
    Wanawisata Forest

    Wanawisata Forest

    Wanawisata Forest is a large park with various types of endangered species of Kalimantan trees. Its interesting layout makes Wanawisata as destination for families, particularly during weekends. This tourism park is open daily from 8 am to 5 pm. Its entrance fee is only Rp.1.000 per person.

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    Location: Kalimantan » East Kalimantan » Kota Balikpapan

     
    Sembilang National Park

    Sembilang National Park

    Sembilang National Park is a natural coastal wet land area with various forest ecosystems of peat moss swamps, fresh water swamps, mangrove forests and mud flats.  Administratively, it is part of Banyuasin district and has been a national park since March 19th 2003, when it was separated from the Berbak National Park in Jambi. This area is called Sembilang because it has many Sembilang fish (Plotosus canius). The Banyuasin Peninsula,...

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    Location: Sumatra » South Sumatra » Kota Palembang

     
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