Bohorok River is a 97-kilometer long river that flows through the Gunung Leuser National Park in North Sumatra, Indonesia. The river is known for its clear water, rocky riverbanks, and lush green forests that surround it, making it a popular spot for nature lovers and adventure seekers.
Ecolodge Bukit Lawang is situated close to the Bohorok River, particularly the Kapal Bambu Resto, where guests can enjoy a scenic view of the river while waiting for their food. The river is also a popular spot for activities such as white-water rafting and tubing. The river has a variety of rapids ranging from easy to challenging, providing an exciting and adventurous ride for rafters of all levels.
In addition to its thrilling activities, the Bohorok River is home to a variety of wildlife, including macaques, gibbons, and numerous bird species. Overall, Bohorok River is a beautiful destination that offers a unique and memorable experience for visitors to North Sumatra.