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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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  • 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

     
    Mount Leuser National Park

    Mount Leuser National Park

    Covering both resilient Nangroe Aceh Darussalam and antique North Sumatra Province, most parts of the national park rest in the lush South East Aceh region, blessed with tropical fruits like mango, rambutan, durian, avocado, orange, papaya, and guava. The other parts are situated in the east Aceh, south Aceh, and Langkat of North Sumatra, known to produce world-class coffee and tobacco. Most visitors normally start their adventures in the...

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    Location: Sumatra » Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam » Kab. Aceh Tenggara

     
    Mount Kerinci

    Mount Kerinci

    Mount Kerinci is the highest mountain on the island of Sumatra and it is popular with mountain climbers. The nearest village and climber’s base is Kersik Tuo, near Kayu Aro, Kerinci. The route is marked by signs, posted at half kilometer intervals.

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    Location: Sumatra » Jambi » Kab. Kerinci

     
    In The Thick of The Jungle at Tangkahan Village

    In The Thick of The Jungle at Tangkahan Village

    Often referred to as the hidden paradise of Sumatra, Tangkahan’s lush jungle and topography makes it a marvelous tourist spot that remains largely undiscovered. This village in the incredible Gunung Leuser National Park is located on the junction of two rivers, Batang Serangan and Buluh. The park is one of the world’s most biologically diverse conservation areas, home to some of the planet’s most endangered species.  ...

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    Location: Sumatra » North Sumatra » Kab. Langkat

     
  • Panoramic Lake Kerinci of Jambi

    Panoramic Lake Kerinci of Jambi

    Nearly 800 meters above sea level, surrounded by boundless stretches of bright, green rice paddies as far as the eye can see; against a backdrop of gently sloping mountains, seemingly a shade of blue; here lies a vast expanse of calm, clear waters, dotted sporadically by small fishing boats gliding along its surface. This is Lake Kerinci, the largest of 15 lakes in the Kerinci district and the second largest in Sumatra after Lake Toba. It spans 4...

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    Location: Sumatra » Jambi » Kab. Kerinci

     

    Mount Dempo: Take the Challenging Hike

    At 3,195 meters above sea level, Mount Dempo is the highest mountain in South Sumatra. Along with Mount Marapi on Sumatra, (not to be confused with Mt. Merapi in Central Java),  Mt. Dempo is the highest peak in the Bukit Barisan mountain range that stretches along the entire island of Sumatra, forming tis backbone. After sipping a cup of hot sweet tea in the cool dawn, listening to birds chirp in the trees and watching the  sun slowly...

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    Location: Sumatra » South Sumatra » Kota Pagar Alam

     
    Way Kambas National Park: Habitat of the Sumatran Elephants

    Way Kambas National Park: Habitat of the Sumatran Elephants

    Located at the southern tip of Sumatra, 110 km from Bandarlampung, the Way Kambas National Park (WKNP) is one of the oldest reserves in Indonesia.  It occupies 1,300 sq km of coastal lowland forest around the Way Kambas River on the east coast of the province of Lampung. WKNP is closely associated with elephants, since aside from being a sanctuary for these gentle giants, the national park is also known as their training ground. Way Kambas...

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    Location: Sumatra » Lampung » Kab. Lampung Timur

     
    The HARAU VALLEY: Green Ricefields and Waterfalls tumbling down Steep Cliffs

    The HARAU VALLEY: Green Ricefields and Waterfalls tumbling down Steep Cliffs

    A relaxing one-hour drive from the bustling market of Bukittinggi in the province of West Sumatra lies the beautiful Harau Valley, - or sometimes called the Arau valley - where lush green ricefields are hemmed in between huge granite cliffs. Here dozens of waterfalls tumble down from 80 to 300 meters height into the valley below, cut by the Batang Arau River. No wonder, therefore, that the Harau Valley is sometimes known as the Yosemite of...

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    Location: Sumatra » West Sumatra » Kab. Lima Puluh Kota

     
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