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North Sumatra : Leuser National Park Jungle Hike & Safari

Do you want your very own taste of Sumatran jungle adventure condensed into four days? This trip brings you two of Sumatra’s main attractions to give you that burst of Tarzanesque adventure you’re looking for.

Medan is Sumatra’s major metropolis, the economic and commercial center for the region. From here we will head to Bukit Lawang, a lovely little town located at the outskirts of a jungle. Part of this jungle belongs to the Gunung Leuser National Park, one of the richest tropical rainforests in South East Asia. This is not only one of the few places in the world where we will be able to see the critically endangered orangutans in the world, but also hosts a multitude of other wildlife - gibbons, Thomas leaf monkeys, longtail and pigtail macaques, flying squirrels, Sumatran peacocks, and hornbills! Our journey through the park will take us to unforgettable scenic viewpoints and a hidden waterfall where we can have a dip in its cool, clear waters. This beautiful wildlife paradise will have one more high point in store for us - we will be taken back to the guesthouse at Bukit Lawang by tube rafting down the Bohorok River!

The next day, we will be heading down to Tangkahan, for a true off-the-map adventure. At this abode for elephants, we can wash the majestic creatures, or just take a swim in the river. An hour long elephant trek later awaits us, where we ’ll be able to experience the jungle in an entirely new perspective.

This trip is perfect for families and individuals looking for splash of zest in their holiday. If this sounds like you, come and join us for an unforgettable holiday like no other.


  • Trek through the rainforests of Gunung Leuser National Park to spot wild animals, for a genuine tarzan experience
  • The chance to wash the majestic elephants at Tangkahan
  • Traverse the jungle atop an elephant, for an experience like no other

  • All airport transfers and local transport in private vehicle.
  • Full accommodation arrangement
  • All meals as indicated
  • Sightseeing tours and hiking as indicated


  • 2-way international airfares between Singapore & Medan (north Sumatra, Indonesia)
  • All airport taxes & surcharges
  • All meals except those indicated
  • Personal trekking wear & gear ( eg. baselayers, waterproofs )
  • Tipping & gratuities to guide & local staff
  • Personal travel insurance, pre-trip medical immunizations
  • All expenses of a personal nature

Duration : 4 days
Maximum Altitude :
Grading :
Best Season : Apr - Nov
Peak Season* : May-Sep
Group Size : Min 2 persons
Group Size
4D Land Price
07 - 10 persons  
04 - 06 persons  
02 - 03 persons  


  • Return international airfare can be arranged on behalf.
  • Surcharge applies during peak season.

Day 1

Arrival Medan - Bukit Lawang
Upon arrival, drive to Bukit Lawang. En route visit the Asam Kumbang crocodile farm to see one of nature’s most terrifying creatures - over 2,500 crocodiles of different sizes and species. You will also stop by several plantations for Rubber and Palm oil. Overnight at Bukit Lawang.(D)

Day 2

Gunung Leuser National Park
Transfer to Gunung Leuser National Park. Spend an exciting day watching our red-haired cousins in their natural habitat, trekking through the jungles in seek of other wildlife, and tube rafting down Bohorok River. Overnight at Bukit Lawang.  (B/L/D)  

Day 3

Take a rustic bumpy ride to Tangkahan. You will find plenty to do at this hidden paradise - either wash elephants & do a 1-hr elephant trek or take a dip in the river & explore the villages. Overnight at Bukit Lawang   (B/L/D)

Day 4

Bukit Lawang - Medan - Departure
Transfer to Medan after breakfast. Morning city tour of Medan with visit to the local traditional market where we can find fantastic bargains on souvenirs.  Free time to explore the trendy "Merdeka Walk" with its popular cafes and local food favourites.  Late afternoon or evening transfer to airport for departure flight home. (B)

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