Indonesia has innumerable varieties of primates, very well acclimatized to the humid forests of Borneo and Sumatra, including the most emblematic of the archipelago: the orangutan. Preferring the solitude of the low forests. This close cousin of man (its name literally means "man of the woods") is endangered, and the species only survives in Kalimantan and Sumatra. But the accelerating destruction of the forest (mainly for palm oil) is accelerating this process. 

Trek to Gunung Leuser National Park (Sumatra Island)
This park is nothing less than one of the last biodiversity treasures on the planet. Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, its lush tropical forest contains some of the rarest plants and animals in the world: tigers, rhinos, elephants, and orangutans. 
Different options are available to you and we can build a tailor-made experience to meet these emblematic primates: half-day, full-day, or even a two-day hike with accommodation in the jungle. 
During this exceptional moment, discovery and explanation about the local flora, traditional medicine, how to survive in the jungle, lunch with local specialties like the locals... 
- Private experience with a guide from the reserve.
- Feeding orangutans
- Total immersion in an ecological jewel
- Unique forest in the world
For whom?
For all travelers.
During which moment of your trip?
At any time during the trip. Plan a long tour in Indonesia. 
Good to know
The last remaining free-ranging orangutans on the planet live only in Indonesia and Malaysia. This unique experience can also be complemented by a river trip in a kayak to end the day!







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