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6D5N Orang Utan Tour Bukit Lawang

6D5N Orang Utan Tour Bukit Lawang

6D5N Orang Utan Tour – Bukit Lawang or known also as Bohorok is for the adventurous, accessible through Sumatra’s inland wilderness, crossing rivers and going over steep hills. The area lies south of the Mount Leuser National Park, a rehabilitation center for Orang Utans in Bahorok, which was inaugurated in 1973.

Orang utan living here are of Sumatra and Kalimantan origin. Seeing the orangutans is a magical experience. In Bukit Lawang, you can usually see them near the rehabilitation centre and at the feeding platform during the morning and afternoon feeding sessions. In Ketambe, you can go to 1-7 days treks into the jungle.

The best experience is an encounter in the jungle where there are many semi-wild and wild animals. The wild orangutan can be difficult to spot unless you go deep into the jungle. There are also white and black gibbons that make an amazing noise calling out to each other, and Thomas Leaf monkeys. If you are lucky, you may be able to see hornbills, toucans, moon snakes, monitor lizards.

Tangkahan is a small rural settlement on the edge of the Gunung Leuser National Park. It is more isolated than Bukit Lawang and has not been developed to the same extent. Get up close and personal with Sumatra’s largest animal, the Sumatran elephant. One of four Asian elephant subspecies, only around 2000 Sumatran elephant survives and they are high risk of extinction. Experience the beautiful scenery of the rivers cape on the edge of the jungle.

6D5N Orang Utan Tour Bukit Lawang

  • Day 1 : From Kualanamu Airport To Medan
  • Day 2 : From Medan To Bukit Lawang
  • Day 3 : Bukit Lawang Tour
  • Day 4 : From Bukit Lawang To Tangkahan
  • Day 5 : Tangkahan Elephant Trekking
  • Day 6 : From Tangkahan To Medan


arrive at kuala namu international airport welcome by lake toba travel. medan is indonesia’s third largest city which comprised of many different ethnic groups, contributing to a wide variety of mouth-watering foods. city tour medan by visiting maimoon palace, the great mosque and remaining dutch colonial building. overnight stay in medan.


in the morning drive to bukit lawang the observation point of the orangutans located in gunung leuser national park through by landscape with vast view of palm oil and rubber plantation. en-route stops at of rubber, oil palm and cacao plantations with some countryside landscape.


after breakfast, today you will do the jungle trekking for 6 hours to explore the park. this involves a walk through the jungle to reach the feeding grounds of the orang utan. steep, slopes and dense vegetation will bring you the excitement of the rainforest. in this tropical primary rainforest, you can see the varieties of birds, butterflies, siamang (long arm apes), different kinds of reptiles. the rest is your own program, you can swim or take a beautiful walk to the local village nearby.


after breakfast, traverse bumpy roads to reach the small jungle community of tangkahan. you will be fetched by a local jeep for your off road trip to tangkahan (approximately 2h to 2 hours 30 minutes) passing through rubber plantations and with beautiful jungle and mountain landscapes at the horizon. arriving in tangkahan, you will cross over the batang river by local raft to the lodge inn. 2 overnight stays in tangkahan.


after breakfast, you visit the elephant camp where you can see the elephant bathing. you can join to wash the elephants. after that you start trekking with elephants for 1 hour to explore part of the leuser national park. the rest is your own program. you can walk along the bank of the buluh river, is to see thousand beautiful butterflies by the river, visiting and bathing at the small waterfall in the rainforest close to the river and or swimming in buluh river itself.


after breakfast, free program at your own. then drive back to medan, proceed to the airport for catch your flight to next destination.

6D5N Orang Utan Tour Bukit Lawang

The volcanoes of Berastagi and the spectacular Lake Toba are not to be missed on a visit to North Sumatra. This tour is an ideal way to relax and explore after trekking or perfect for those interested in experiencing some of the different landscapes and cultures of North Sumatra.

Take an early morning hike up Sibayak volcano and be rewarded with stunning views of the surrounding countryside. Sinabung volcano, which is the larger of the two peaks has seen some activity in recent years. If you can spare some more time it is possible to take a walk around this area to see the impact of its activity on neighbouring villages.

Lake Toba is one of Sumatra main attractions and among the most idyllic spots in Southeast Asia. Beaches are lined with pine trees and scenic mountains slopes surround the lake. Whilst in Lake Toba stay on Samosir Island where you can experience some of the fascinating Batak Toba culture.

Lake Toba is a huge caldera lake which is over 100km long and 30km wide. Not only is it the largest lake in Indonesia, it is the largest Volcanic Lake in the world. It was the site of a massive supervolcanic eruption that occurred 69,000 to 77,000 years ago, representing a climate-changing event. At 640 square kilometres (247 sq mi), Samosir is the largest island within an island, and the fifth largest lake island in the world. It also contains two smaller lakes, Lake Sidihoni and Lake Aek Natonang.

6D5N Orang Utan Tour Bukit Lawang

We can organize a sumatra overland tour for you with jungle trekking, orangutans spotting and walking with elephants and Sumatra adventure tour. Besides Sumatra, we do organize lake toba tour package Singapore and tailor-made programs over Java, Sulawesi, Bali, Flores, and Komodo,and lake toba tour package malaysia. We offer tours all over Java, to the famous temples like the Borobudur, to Jogyakarta, Java’s cultural center, to mount Bromo and all places of interest of this fascinating island.

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