Primata & Paradise Adventure
Jungle Trekking, Rafting, Campsite, Adventuring North Sumatra
BUKIT LAWANG homebase
Bahorok is only small part of the 9000 square kilometre or 900.000 hectare of Mt. Leuser National Park. The magnificent rainforest of this park have become famous throughout the world as the harbour some of the most endangered and rare species on earth for example Sumatran Rhinoceros, Orangutan and Rafflesia the largest flower in the world. The park is inhabited by animals like the Great Argus Pheasent, elephant, Sumatran Tiger, and as many as seven species of primates one of which is Siamang has an impressive, far-reaching
vocal display. The agile and pretty face Thomas leaf monkey and long tailes macaques are commonly seen. In total the park lists 285
species of bird, 90 of mammals, reptiles and 35 of amphibians. The park flora contains some 3500 plant species and on the lowland forest you can find amazing 60-130 tree species.
Geological there are several limestone formation along the foothills of the mountains, some with the beautiful caves long agothese were coral reeps which have sence been upliftes from the sea at rate of few milimetres per year by the process of colliding ocean floors and drifting continent. These infinitely slow collision and the whormous forces involved have led to the formation of high mountain and volcanics zones. About 1800 years ago, during glacial times, the peaks of the park Mt. Leuser, Mt. Kemiri and others, were still covered by glaciers snow and ice sea level at the time was more than 80m lower than at present and the islands of Sumatra, Jave, Borneo then
formed one huge land mass which was connected via Malaysia to the Asian mainland.
SUMMER SPECIAL OFFER !
Trekking Exploration Package rates start from EUR370 * (any major currency with similar value accepted).
ITINERARY :(may vary according to weather conditions)• Day OneEarly afternoon pick up from Medan and private transportation to hotel accommodation in Bukit Lawang. Orientation and dinner with head guide.• Day TwoBreakfast followed by short practice trek to orangutan feeding platform and the surrounding jungle area.• Day ThreeBreakfast and set off on 6 day trekking adventure. Continuing trek to next camp looking for signs of wild orangutan nests and other wildlife tracks.Overnight camping and dinner.• Day FourDay spent looking for signs or wildlife in the surrounding area, whilst also collecting jungle vegetables for dinner and useful jungle medical remedies. Instruction in how to prepare the jungle vegetables and demonstration in preparation of jungle medicine and its uses. Further trekking, observing and tracking of wildlife• Day FiveTrek to tubing pick up point for exhilarating river tubing back to Bukit Lawang and accommodation. Evening barbeque and party.• Day SixPrivate transportation back to Medan .Including of:Return private transportation from Medan3 hour practice trek2 nights hotel accommodation before and after the trekLicensed guides and permitsAll food and refreshments whilst trekkingTubing on river back to base on final day of trek.
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PRIMATA & PARADISE ADVENTURE , 2013
PO BOX 20774 Jl. Timbang Jaya Dusun IV, Bukit Lawang, Sumatra Utara, Indonesia
Telephone +62 081370488652.