As you may recall from our previous post, we discussed trekking activities. However, now we would like to introduce our special activities package. So, what are they?
Let’s dive in!
Firstly, we would like to introduce you to caving. Caving is a recreational activity that involves exploring natural underground cave systems. Caving enthusiasts enjoy the challenge of finding their way through complex underground passages, encountering unique rock formations, and geological features along the way.
While caving can be physically demanding and requires a certain level of fitness and skill, it can also be a rewarding experience that allows participants to connect with nature in a way that few other activities can. At Ecolodge, you can choose to explore the Goa Kelelawar cave, which is named after the bats that live there. Alternatively, you can choose to visit the Goa Air or Water cave. We have included some pictures of the caves for your reference.
Secondly, we offer an Elephant Bathing package.
This is one of our favorite packages as you get to experience bathing and feeding the elephants in Tangkahan Village. The activity begins at 6 am and takes approximately 2 hours to get there by car. Rest assured, your safety is our priority, and you will be guided by a mahout. A mahout is a person who works with, rides, controls, and cares for elephants. This package includes private transportation, elephant food, a guide, and a mahout.
Finally, we have the “Tour the Village” package. Touring a village can be a fascinating experience that offers a glimpse into the heart of a community. You will use a tuk-tuk or becak to explore the village. If you really want to see local life up close and experience the unique culture, you can observe farmers tending to their various crops and commodities grown for income, as well as home industries producing sugar palm, tofu, and tempe. You can also witness rubber harvesting and more. Touring a village can be a rewarding and memorable experience. Additionally, you can visit an eco-farming center, and the tour will conclude with lunch in the village and a refreshing young coconut drink.
So which activity is the most interesting?