Ecolodge Bukit Lawang

Ecolodge Bukit Lawang

A Glimpse of Jungle Trekking in Bukit Lawang

Enjoying nature while walking is a great way to relax and de-stress. It’s like a new energy is flowing through your body.

Healing, as the younger generation would say. Getting away from the daily routine to relax, enjoy nature, see the scenery, observe wildlife, and more.

At Ecolodge Bukit Lawang, many healing activities can be done. Jungle trekking is one of the most popular activities. Visitors can choose the desired duration for trekking, the shortest duration is 3-4 hours. If you want to spend the night or camp in the forest, you can certainly do that too!

  

During the trek, you will pass through rubber plantations managed by the community, and several other accommodations, then enter the forest and cross the border of Leuser National Park. If you are lucky, you will see wild animals that live there. Orangutans, Thomas’s Leaf Monkeys, Long-tailed Monkeys, various types of birds, and other animals. Inside the Leuser National Park forest, there are also many other amazing things, such as trees that have been living for many years, lianas that have become woody and even strong enough to support human weight, beautiful mushrooms that grow like ornaments, and refreshing streams.

As the afternoon approaches, there is a tropical fruit buffet brought by the guide. The tiredness of walking is paid off by the beauty of the Sumatran rainforest and the freshness of the fruits. The beautiful colors also add a more aesthetic impression. Sitting for a while, listening to the sounds of nature will certainly add to the enjoyment of this picnic-like rest session. After the fruit buffet, let’s continue the journey.

The short trek package ends here. Next, let’s go back to the Ecolodge. There is an option to return to the Ecolodge other than walking. River tubing! Visitors will pass through the Bohorok River using rubber tires. It is very interesting as a return option, besides not being tiring, visitors can also enjoy different scenery and atmosphere. Along the Bohorok River, visitors can see the forest and the life of the community in Bukit Lawang. The riverbank is usually crowded with people swimming or just enjoying the atmosphere.

Sounds fun, right? So, when are we going on vacation at Ecolodge Bukit Lawang?

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