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    The second largest (after Kalimantan /Borneo) of the Greater Sunda Islands, Sumatra is a large island in western part of Indonesia. It is the sixth-largest island in the world at 473,481 km2. Sumatra has a wide range of plant and animal species but has lost almost 50% of its tropical rainforest in the last 35 years. Many species are now critically endangered, such as the Sumatran ground cuckoo, the Sumatran tiger, the Sumatran elephant, the Sumatran rhinoceros, and the Sumatran orangutan.
    The best time to travel to Sumatra Island from April to October. It is in dry season, therefore, you will experience lesser rainfalls, pleasant weather, and a plenty of sunshine.
    Last but mot least, Sumatra Island known as the land of world’s largest volcanic lake with its famous name “Toba Lake”, also in Sumatra find most expensive coffee named “Luwak Coffee”, and giant monster flower “ Rafflesia arnoldii “ or “Stinky flower” in its popular name for common people. Its flower’s diameter most record 100cm with 10Kg weight.
    Gunung Leuser National Park where Tangkahan and Bahorok Orang-utan Viewing Centre inside the National Park, Mount Kerinci with its Kerinci-Seblat National Park where Sumatran Tiger conservated , Way Kambas National Park where Elephant Conservation Centre established since 1930’s by Dutch, all formed Sumatra Island and collectively were designated a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2004 and in 2016, Way Kambas was formally declared an ASEAN Heritage Park.


    The Gunung Leuser National Park is one of the richest tropical rainforests in Southeast Asia. Covering up to 7927 km2 and straddling the border of North Sumatra and Aceh provinces it is one of the last places on earth, where you can see the critically endangered orangutans in the wild.
    This region is also a host of other wildlife. Elephants, rhinos, tigers, leopard cats, siamangs, Thomas leaf monkeys, macaques, gibbons are just a handful of the thousands of species found in this unique eco-system. Together with Bukit Barisan Selatan and Kerinci Seblat National Parks, it is a Unesco World Heritage Site (since 2004), a Tropical Rainforest Heritage of Sumatra.
    The park area reaches up to 3,404m to the peak of Gunung Leuser which gave the area its name and protects a wide range of eco-systems. There are river systems, volcanoes and lakes. This rainforest is immensely biodiverse, hosting approximately 700 different species of animals - more than 175 mammals, 320 birds, 190 reptiles and amphibians , and the flora contains approximately 10.000 plant species, don’t missed the spectacular Rafflesia Arnoldi and Amorphophallus titanum, the biggest and the highest flower in the world.
    Bukit Lawang
    Bukit Lawang is one of the Most Excited place in Bahorok region. Situated approximately 90 km north-west of Medan, Bukit Lawang as usual point of start of all our tours, is considered one of the best gateways unto experiencing the many marvels of the Gunung Leuser National Park. Bukit Lawang also known for the largest animal sanctuary of Sumatran orangutan. Located on Bahorok river bank at border of Gunung Leuser national park, where walking through the river bank , crossing the river by canoe going up to hill to see Orang Utan at feeding time. Also trekking in the jungle, see the Orang Utan or other animal in their own habitat inside the rain tropical forest. You will hear many songs of birds or Siamang “The Black Gibbon” . UNESCO was stated this area as World Heritage Site home to numerous bird, plant and mammal species, most famously the Sumatran orangutan (Pongo abelii), which can be seen in the jungle in Bukit Lawang as well as at the daily feedings. The orangutans of Sumatra are an endangered species, with loss of habitat, and poaching pushing them towards extinction.
    Bahorok Orang-utan Viewing Centre
    The Bohorok Orang-utan Viewing Centre is an effort to preserve and save these animals that are quickly dying out. After it was opened in 1973, with funding coming from the Frankfurt Zoological Society (FZS) and the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), the Bohorok Orang-utan Viewing Centre has seen almost 200 orangutans released into the wilderness.
    Tangkahan because of its beauty is famous as a hidden paradise in Leuser. Located in the village of Namo Sialang, Batang Serangan Langkat North Sumatra with an area of around 17,000 hectares.
    One unique activity that is rarely found in other tourist attractions like washing and bathing elephants , ride it while exploring the forest , also spend leisure time in elephant breeding.
    Others various activities while in the Tangkahan ecotourism area such as tubing along the river, tracking, along the cave. The river water is also very clear, tourists able to swim and enjoy unspoiled scenery because they are rarely touched by humans. 
    Reach Tangkahan waterfall by crossing the river in the middle of a grove of forests will be an exhausted experience. The water is warm because it mixes with hot springs on the cliffs.


    Mount Kerinci is the highest volcano in Indonesia, and the highest peak on the island of Sumatra. It is surrounded by the lush forest of Kerinci Seblat National Park, home to the endangered species of Sumatran tiger and Sumatran rhinoceros.
    Located in the border of the titular Kerinci Regency of Jambi province and South Solok Regency of West Sumatra province, in the west central part of the island near the west coast, and is about 130 km (81 mi) south of Padang. It is part of the Barisan Mountains, a chain of volcanoes that span from the extreme northwest of the island (in Aceh province) all the way to the extreme southeast (in Lampung province).
    At 3805 meters tall, even rises above the iconic Mt. Fuji in Japan, and Lombok’s Mt. Rinjani Gunung Kerinci is the highest active volcano in Southeast Asia, and. Trekking up its forested slopes, protected within the Kerinci Seblat National Park, is quite challenging as there are no switchbacks – it’s just straight up to the top along a ridge trail. But the views at the top are truly unbeatable, making the struggle and sweat to the summit worth it. It is a tough, strenuous hike – even those in great shape are wiped out by the end


    It consists of swamp forest and lowland rain forest, mostly of secondary growth as result of extensive logging in the 1960s and 1970s. Despite decreasing populations, the park still has a few critically endangered Sumatran tigers, Sumatran elephants and Sumatran rhinoceroses. It also provides excellent birdwatching, with the rare white-winged wood duck among the over 400 species present in the park.
    Threats to the park are posed by poaching and habitat loss due to illegal logging. Conservation efforts include patrolling and the establishment of the Sumatran Rhino Sanctuary and the Elephant Conservation Centre. In 2016, Way Kambas was formally declared an ASEAN Heritage Park.