TOUR CODE : LNE-NS-07-01 is an ALL in ONE adventure holidays 7 days travel package to explore NORTH Sumatra highlights, Indonesia. Staying 3 nights in BUKIT LAWANG, 1n BERASTAGI and 2n Lake TOBA. Discover MEDAN, 1 day return trip to ELEPHANT Tangkahan, ORANGUTAN trekking 2days 1night Sumatra jungle tours, CLIMB Mount Sibayak VOLCANO and SAMOSIR Island.
7d6n Ideal Tours to discover MEDAN – ELEPHANT Tangkahan – Sumatra Jungle Tours 2 days 1 night ORANGUTANS trek Bukit Lawang – Mount SIBAYAK VOLCANO Hiking – BERASTAGI – Lake TOBA Holiday Packages.
TOUR CODE : LNE-NS-07-01
- 2 nights stay in BUKIT LAWANG at ECOLODGE hotel.
- 1 night stay in BUKIT LAWANG Jungle Hidden Paradise at BACK TO NATURE EcoTourism Lodge.
- 1 night around BERASTAGI at SINABUNG HILL Hotel or BERASTAGI COTTAGE.
- 2 nights around at TOBA LAKE Samosir Island at TABO COTTAGE or TOBA VILLAGE INN.
TRAVEL ITINERARY :
DAY 1 – Medan surroundings Tour to Bukit Lawang.
Our team will come to pick you up either from hotel in Medan downtown or Kuala Namu International Airport North Sumatra. We will travel to Bukit Lawang by visiting some tourists highlights around Medan. Such as visiting (Istana) Maimun Palace, Medan Grand Mosque (Masjid Raya Al-Mashun), the extraordinary unique church Maria Annai Vellangkanni and Asam Kumbang Crorodile Conservation. Later on driving straight to Bukit Lawang that takes approximately 4 – 5 hours passing through small towns with rubber trees, massive palm oil, cacao plantations. Check in hotel after arriving at Bahorok – Bukit Lawang.
DAY 2 – Return day trip Bukit Lawang to Sumatran ELEPHANTS Tangkahan.
Our adventure holiday trip today is to visit Tangkahan. The most well-known friendliest Sumatran Elephant Conservation Camp in NORTH Sumatra. Due to the road conditions and distance needed, therefore the only quickest way to reach Tangkahan with safety priority is to take the shortcut road driving through palm oil plantation trails.
Our journey from Bukit Lawang to Tangkahan is approximately 2.5 to 3 hours. Surely a few stop here and there will be made along our way to Tangkahan village. Then we will have our lunch break at this lovely remote area as soon as arriving there.
Due to meet your interests and passions, you can choose the options for your activities with Sumatran Elephant Tangkahan . Firstly you can both ride and wash the elephants. Secondly you can either ride the elephants or only wash/bath them. The choice is all yours.
At 14h00 we start taking a walk to river bank and begin our lovely adventure tour, Eco-Friendly Sumatran Elephants ride. The trip begins to slowly cruise the rain forest border of Gunung Leuser National Park. It is about 30-45 minutes wonderful ride to reach the Elephant Conservation Camp and led by professional talented friendly Mahouts. This opportunity is indeed the most appropriate way for you, to experience how they actually work on their primary duty to intensively patrol and guard the wilderness of jungle from any illegal and suspicious activities like animal poaching, illegal logging as well as villages. And sometimes you might bump into the wild elephant tracks (foot prints) by chance during the jungle trek elephant ride.
After we’re done gaining great adventure riding experience, then we will get prepared for our next activity as soon as reaching Buluh Batang river, The Elephant Conservation Camp. We are going to wash (bath) Sumatran Elephants in the riverside before sending them back for rest in their camp. This is absolutely another great opportunity for you to experience washing (bathing), getting in touch with them for 30 minutes. You will eventually experience how to bath (wash) these elephants and calves while observing their fascinating behaviour, sensational rough skin, touch the giant body, rubbing their tough legs, big feet, strong tusks etc.
As soon as we’re all done with this great exciting experienced day, finally time to return to Bukit Lawang through the same bumpy road that takes almost 2,5-3 hours’ drive.
DAY 3 – Orangutan trekking Sumatra jungle tours 2 days 1 night stay in hidden Paradise Bukit Lawang.
The following remarkable Sumatra jungle tours itinerary after breakfast is trekking in Bukit Lawang to discover the gorgeous apes, Orangutans. We will explore Gunung Leuser rain forest within 2 days 1 night trip and stay overnight in the hidden jungle. On our first day trip approximately takes 5to6 hour’s jungle trek which is quite doable and suitable at any age.
Our eco-friendly with safety priority Sumatra jungle tours certainly will be guided by our well experienced Orang Utan’s tour guide teams. During the trekking itself, you might have some opportunities (WITHOUT guarantee) to catch a glimpse into any other animals’ life. Such as ; Thomas Leaf Monkeys, Siamangs/Black Gibbons, Pig-tail and Long-tail Macaques, Horn-bills, Peacocks, owls and varieties of flora fauna that inhabit Gunung Leuser.
Lunch break will surely be served in the jungle style with basic Indonesian foods. After that we continue further to explore the jungle by trekking down to the Bahorok river. Crossing the river will only be the option to hike furthermore reaching an overnight homestay in the truly hidden jungle paradise. Check in hotel (BACK TO NATURE EcoTourism Lodge) as soon as arriving around noon time. You will be free to do things on your own interests, such as relaxing and having traditional massage. Even enjoying drinking cold beer while swimming in the refreshing Bahorok river accompanied by melodious sounds of nature rhythm from the jungle Bukit Lawang – Gunung Leuser National Park.
DAY 4 – From the hidden jungle returns to Bukit Lawang and continue to Berastagi Karo Highland.
It is a perfect time to enjoy the lovely morning while in the middle of Gunung Leuser National Park. As soon as the weather gets warmer, we will start another exciting FunTastic adventurous river tubing in Bahorok river flowing down to Bukit Lawang. The river tubing itself takes around 30 minutes in the warm water. Our stop will be at Ecolodge Bamboo restaurant to change your wet clothes. Have lunch before moving further to Berastagi Karo Highland.
After lunch time, we will start heading our trip to a fabulous refreshing climate mountains, Berastagi – the fertile volcanic land surrounded with lovely landscape, blanketed with massive agricultural crops. On the way, lovely coffee break at Panorama Pamah Simelir hill seems like an ideal stop point after 3 hours on the road. We continue further driving around the beautiful landscape of Sinabung Volcano countryside area. After arriving in Berastagi, we will visit traditional market and souvenir shops, also the scenic panorama Gundaling hill for a wonderful noon coffee break. This hill is famous for its perfect angle view point towards the enchanting landscape of Sibayak and Sinabung active volcanoes. Around noon time in Berastagi, we finally check in hotel.
DAY 5 – Mount Sibayak Volcano Climbing – Karo Highland Berastagi to Samosir Island (Toba Lake).
Our hiking trip would rather be much better to start early morning before sunrise in order to catch up the magnificent sunrise (also possible after early breakfast). First of all, begin by driving to Mount Sibayak starting point, roughly 30 minutes away from Berastagi. Climb up to the top reaching the Sibayak summit. Enjoying the magnificent view of Berastagi Highland landscape as well as the gigantic Sinabung Volcano. The easy lovely hike takes around 90 minutes to 2 hours and likewise in return nearly the same time. Then we move to Sidebuk debuk hot springs situated on the foot of Mount Sibayak for natural relaxation happy ending after volcano hike.
On our way to Lake Toba after lunch time, we will have some QUICK STOPS to visit Dokan Village, the authentic traditional Batak Karo village. Then proceed the trip to a fabulous tourist attraction around North Sumatra, the charming Sipiso-piso waterfall. Later on we proceed driving to the King Purba Palace, the ancient Bolon House at Simalungun regency. It must be awesome enjoying coffee break at Panorama Simarjarunjung with Northern Toba Lake view and surrounding mountains landscape. Our jouney will proceed to Parapat town or Tiga Ras jetty to get a ferry/boat across Samosir Island – Toba Lake. Check in hotel at Toba Lake around noon time.
DAY 6 – Cultural Tour around Lake Toba (Samosir Island).
Our journey starts visiting the most famous tour highlights around Samosir Island – Toba Lake. “King Siallagan” Stone chair ancient court-yard somewhere at Ambarita village, surrounded with typical Bolon houses will be our first stop. Later on we will visit Simanindo village to watch the performance of Batak Toba traditional dance. After that we will visit Tomok village to see the ancient sarcophagus of King Sidabutar graves yard (tombs).
Lunch break will be made if requested. We will carry on further to Panorama Parhalow (Sigarantung) to have a lovely coffee break with maginificent southern Panorama view of Samosir Island (Lake Toba). We go back to hotel as soon as we are done with all the highlights around Samosir Island. Free program during noon time and certainly be on your own leisure. Might be relaxing by the lake side or swimming would be a great idea. Or maybe having traditional massage would absolutely be such a FunTastic choice.
DAY 7 – Samosir Island – Lake Toba to Medan City or Kuala Namu Airport OR continue to Bukittinggi – Harau Valley – Minangkabau Pagaruyung Palace Palace, Padang West Sumatra – Maninjau Lake
Eventually on our last tours, we are going adjust our departure time according to your flight schedule. We still cross to Parapat and back to the mainland roughly 45 minutes to 1 hour journey by boat/ferry. Then we drive to Medan – (WING Hotel) Kuala Namu Airport via Pematang Siantar – Tebing Tinggi which takes about 4 to 5 hours drive. Or we might also drive you to Sibolangit Airport about 2,5 hour. Another option is to Sibisa Airport around 1 hour.
TRIP IS OVER.
Or you might want to proceed your trip to some other beautiful destinations – highlights bucket list to explore Raffflesia Arlnoldii flower in Bukittinggi, Harau Valley, Pacu Jawi (Bull Race), Maninjau Lake or lovely white sandy beach in southern of Cubadak Island Padang West Sumatra, etc.