Sumatra Is The Best Place To See Orangutans
Only in two places in the world Orangutans can be seen in the wild. These are in Bohorok / Bukit Lawang in the Gunung Leuser National Park on Sumatra and in the Malaysian part of Borneo. That’s why a visit to the Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre on Sumatra is a unique experience!
From all over the world, people come to Bohorok to see these beautiful and friendly animals. Besides Orangutans, you can also see the Siamang (Black furred gibbons), Thomas’s Leaf monkeys, the Long-tailed Macaque, Gibbons, small deer such as the Mouse-deer, different types of reptiles and a variety of birds.
Mother OrangUtan with her baby
Thomas’s Leaf Monkey (Thomas’s langur)
Chevrotains, also known as Mouse-deer.
Perks of Traveling With Tri Jaya Tour & Travel To Bukit Lawang in Mount Leuser National Park!
Contact us and we will arrange a truly unforgettable Jungle trek inside the Mount Leuser National Park, to spot the orangutans!
Bohorok Jungle Trek
A Rewarding Journey To Bukit Lawang in Mount Leuser National Park on Sumatra with Tri Jaya Tour & Travel
In this impressive jungle area, longer treks can be made like a half or full day. Also, trekkings of several days are possible whereby people stay overnight in the jungle in a tent.
The village of Bohorok is divided by the wild streaming Bohorok river. Suspension bridges give passage to the other higher river bank of the river.
Flooding of the Bohorok river
In November 2005, a flooding of the Bohorok river partly washed away the village of Bukit Lawang. Since this event, the river has been canalized and many new accommodations have been built.