Make the most of your trip to Sumatra

We specialize in tours and travel around North Sumatra. Our activities are based in Bukit Lawang on the edge of the Gunung Leuser Ecosystem, but we can also offer tours to other destinations in North Sumatra. We offer a range tours and activities to make the best of your holiday in Sumatra. Our tour packages have been designed to build an awareness of ecotourism while taking safety and impact on the environment into consideration.

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Activities

Besides the most popular jungle trekking we offer other activities like white water rafting, village tours or a visit to an elephant park.

Why Book with Us

Great Guides

Experienced tour guides all born in Bukit Lawang. They are all licenced by the ITGA-HPI, the Indonesian Tourist Guides Association.

100% Customizable

Tell us about your requirements. We'll customize your trip to meet your wishes so that you have a memorable trip.

Local Experts

Our guides are all licenced by the Nationalpark office and in love with nature, culture und wildlife of Sumatra.

No Hidden Charges

We don't add hidden extra cost. All trips include transport, lodging and activities. There are no surprises with hidden costs.

Wildlife

See orangutans, monitor lizards, snakes and other wildlife on one of our treks in Bukit Lawang.

Hazzle free

We take care of everything from airport pickup, arranging accomodation to organising activities.

Get Ready

You want to visit Sumatra? We are happy to arrange everything for you. Just contact us and we gladly make the most of your time in Sumatra.

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Latest Articles

How to find a good trekking guide in Bukit Lawang?

Jungle Trekking in Bukit Lawang is only possible with a guide. Unfortunately some of the guides are not licenced and feed the orangutans. Therefore it is essential, that you do some research before chosing a guide. Here’s some tipps on how to find a responsible trekking guide…

Save the rainforest

Not only the Amazon is burning right now, there are also wildfires in Indonesia. Close to 700 hotspots have been identified in fire-prone regions in Sumatra, Kalimantan and the Riau islands. These forests are not only home to many amazing animals, some of which even endangered, they also produce 20% of the world’s oxigen. Here are some things everybody can and should do:

10 Things you should know before going to Bukit Lawang, Sumatra

Bukit Lawang is a small village on the edge of Gunung Leuser Nationalpark in North Sumatra. It is a popular place for travellers who want to go jungle trekking to encounter orang utans in the wild. Here are some (fun) facts to know before heading to Bukit Lawang.

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