Enjoy an exciting multi-day trekking adventure without the risk of getting lost in the Indonesian jungle. On this private three-day, two-night adventure you’ll spend the nights surrounded by nature in the jungle camp. By day, trek through the jungle, spot local wildlife, and have a chance to go river rafting. Accommodation and all meals are included.
Enjoy the thrill of trekking in Sumatra without the risk of getting lost by going with a guide. On this private two-day adventure you’ll stay in a jungle camp overnight, and spend the days trekking through the jungle, looking out for and learning about local wildlife (including orangutans), and even enjoying some fun rafting. This is a must-do tour for active, adventurous travelers.
Active, animal-loving travelers will love hiking through the jungle in search of orangutans in the Leuser National Park. Your guide will lead you through the jungle so there’s no risk of you getting lost, and will help you spot the lovely animals in their natural habitat. As this is a private tour you can go at your own pace, and a packed lunch will be provided for your refreshment.
Spend a full day exploring the remote jungles of Bukit Lawang on a private trekking adventure. Embark on your trekking journey through the small village an jungle. See gibbons and orangutans in their natural habitat, and learn about medicinal plants from your guide. After a vigorous hike and a jungle picnic lunch, opt to continue the hike, or river-raft back to the village. Overnight accommodation in Bukit Lawang is also an option (additional fee).
Ideal for travelers interested in spending a night in the jungle, this private tour takes travelers to explore Gunung Leuser National Park over two days of trekking. Hike through parts of Bukit Lawang Mountain on the eastern side of the park, while looking out for Orangutans and many species of resident monkeys. Camp next to a river for one night and make the return journey on foot or via a tube raft.
Ideal for travelers short on time, this private tour covers the best of Bukit Lawang and Gunung Leuser National Park in three days of sightseeing from Medan. Highlights include exploring a bat cave in Bukit Lawang, a full day of trekking in Gunung Leuser National Park to search for orangutans, and visiting cultural highlighters in Medan, including the Maimun Palace, Great Mosque of Medan, and Tjong A Fie’s mansion.
If you need a break from the heat in Medan then consider a private day tour to the Brastagi, a welcoming village nestled in the cooler Karo Highlands. This tour offers a glimpse into rural Sumatran life without the hard work of hiring and driving a rental car. You’ll enjoy fresh local passion fruit and travel between a traditional Karo Batak village and the Sipisopiso waterfall, where you can cool down in natural pools, without worrying about navigation.
About a 2-hour drive from Medan, the Mt. Sibayak stratovolcano offers rugged landscapes and spectacular sunrise views. Discover it without the dangers of self-driving in the dark on this to-the-point tour, direct from your door, which includes a hot drink to warm you up. After sunrise, you'll stop at some nearby hot springs, beautiful Sipiso Piso Waterfall, and bustling Berastagi Fruit Market.
Bukit Lawang is probably the best place in the world to see orangutans in the jungle—and you can experience these mesmerizing primates on just a 2-night tour. Spend one night in Medan and one night in Bukit Lawang, with a 3-hour jungle trek in Gunung Leuser National Park and a city tour in Medan. The order in which you do the tour depends on your flight schedule.
If you need a short Holiday with Nature Place and Nice View in North Sumatera then consider a private day tour to the Brastagi, a welcoming village nestled in the cooler Karo Highlands. This tour offers a glimpse into rural Sumatran life without the hard work of hiring and driving a rental car. You’ll enjoy fresh local passion fruit and travel between a traditional Karo Batak village and the Sipisopiso waterfall, where you can cool down in natural pools, without worrying about navigation.
Avoid the hassle of catching buses around the Brastagi Highlands on this private day tour from Medan. You’ll see and do a lot in a single day while traveling around in a comfortable air-conditioned car. Enjoy the views of nature, learn about local culture at small villages, and be amazed at the magnificent Sipisopiso Waterfalls and Lake Toba.
Ideal for travelers interested in immersive multi-day experiences, this tour explores the best of Northern Sumatra in seven days of sightseeing. Highlights include stops at the village of Bukit Lawang on the Bahorok River, the picturesque town of Berastagi in the Karo Highlands, and Lake Toba—the world’s largest crater lake. Hiking on Mount Sibayak and trekking through the jungle near Medan or Bukit Lawang are also included.
We make this tour specifically for those of you who live in the Samosir Island area, equipped with drivers who can speak English and are experienced in the local area, so that they can help those of you who want to explore Samosir Island such as Ambarita, Samosir tourist village, Aek Rangat hot spring on the edge of Lake Toba, the history of the first Batak King in Sianjur mula and also the place for the treasure of the King and the Legend of the water of the seven Flavor. and dont forget to try a short light trekking at Holbung Hill
This private full-day tour from Medan City heads out into the jungle near Bukit Lawang in search of wild orangutans—highly intelligent animals that are protected and live only in Sumatra and Borneo. Get picked up directly from your hotel and spend the day exploring Bukit Lawang on a “jungle taxi,” spotting the orangutans and other wildlife.
it is incomplete to visit North Sumatra without seeing the Capital is the city of Medan, Explore medan City History with your private driver as cum guide, will take you tour to that takes you through the Chinese quarter, the relics of a Malay sultanate, and the remnants of Dutch colonial rule. Highlights include the Sultan’s Palace, the Grand Mosque, Tjong A Fie’s Mansion, and the old offices of the Amsterdam Trading Company.
Discover the city’s multicultural side as you visit Medan’s oldest Hindu temple, a Chinese temple, and the extraordinary fusion Marian Shrine of Annai Velangkanni.
Medan is Multi ethnicity with saying of :Horas , Medan ahoy, majuahjuah,juahjuah, yaahowu
We make this tour for those of you who live in hotels outside the island of Samosir such as Balige, Parapat and its surroundings, so that it is easier for you to explore Samosir Island, because the driver will pick you up from the hotel or can meet at the designated port points.
This tour will visit tourist villages on the island of Samosir such as Tomok, Ambarita and Tuk Tuk Siadong, after the tour is complete you will be dropped back to the hotel by ferry boat and car.
this 3 days tour is the highlight of Lake Toba-samosir island and Brastagi high land - North sumatera ,This tour offers a glimpse into rural Sumatran life without the hard work of hiring and driving a rental car and accomodation . You’ll travel between a traditional Karo Batak Lingga village, samosir island,Tuktuk siadong , Batak Traditional dance at Huta Bolon , Lumbini Park.Tomok art market and the Sipisopiso waterfall & ofcourse with the highlight tours is the beauty of Lake Toba View from the Taman Simalem Resort
Enjoy exciting adventures, adventure tours wading the Binge river, rafting for about 2 hours across challenging rapids (grades 2 - 3), with friends and family in Binge river, Namu Sira-sira, Langkat – North Sumatra. It is the most popular package of choice for tourists who rafting on the Bingei River. Small river types with current characteristics across rocks and bends. Some places have a calm and deep flow. River bathing and jumping from the edge of the river are attractions that are popular with visitors. Then back to Medan and make a city tour by visiting remaining Malay, Chinese and Dutch colonial architecture buildings such as Maimoon palace the palace of the Sultan of Deli which was built in 1888, the Great Mosque, Post office and Merdeka walk. Drop you off at hotel where you are staying.
Discover the majestic orangutan in the depths of the Sumatran jungles on a private tour. Head to a rehabilitation center in Bukit Lawang and take a trek through the virgin rainforests of Gunung Leuser National Park. Observe the flora and fauna including orangutans, gibbons, Thomas’s leaf monkeys, and various birds and reptiles and learn about the park’s conservation efforts before heading back to Medan.
Experience the highlights of North Sumatra on this 7-day itinerary. Go hiking in Gunung Leuser National Park, climb Sibayak Volcano in Berastagi and relax at the world's largest crater lake. This route is a suggestion and will of course be adapted by us to your special wishes and general conditions.
NOTE: No short-term bookings within 14 days.
At 8 o’clock you depart along a fascinating route to the mountain village of Sibuatan in the Karo Highlands. The trip takes around 2 hours. There you can view two active volcanoes, the Sibayak, and the Sinabung .
Further we continue to the northern part of Lake Toba to see the Sipiso-Piso waterfall. Hereafter return to Medan where you arrive in the late afternoon.
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Adventurous, active travelers will love this four-day jungle trip, which includes two days of trekking. On the trek there is a high chance of seeing a variety of animals in the wild, including orangutans and gibbons, and many birds. Your guide will tell you all about the wildlife and the national park, and keep you safe. The trek can be challenging in parts, but you’ll be rewarded with beautiful views.
A bit about Medan, Medan is the third largest city in Indonesia and also the biggest city outside of Java Island. It is well-known for its multi-cultural and multi-ethnic society (including large populations of Batak, Javanese, Malay, Chinese, Indian, Minang, Sundanese, and Madurese) creating a unique cultural blend.
Medan is also well-known for historical-tourism and culinary-tourism. Each of the city's ethnic groups contributes to the culture. It is proven by some historical buildings, such as Istana Maimoon / Sultan Palace , Mesjid Raya / Grand Mosque, Tjo A Fie Mansion and also for the culinary, there is an oldest restaurant in Medan called Tip Top (the oldest restaurant). And we will guiding you to visit these historic buildings.