Trek deep into the Indonesian jungle, develop traditional jungle survival skills and learn about the critically endangered Sumatran tiger on a challenge of a lifetime.Details
Encounter a wide range of wildlife including orangutans, gibbons, hornbills, pigtail macaques, Thomas leaf monkeys and lizards.
Use native plants to make traditional food, tools and for building.
An exhilarating ride down the Bohorok River back to the picturesque Bukit Lawang.
Spend the afternoon with a local expert learning about the history and future of the Sumatran tiger.
On this trekking challenge you’ll climb up into the hills in the Gunung Leuser National Park, a UNESCO world heritage site, then journey into dense rainforest as you are taken off the beaten track.
You’ll have the chance to spot wildlife and search for signs of the critically endangered Sumatran tiger, before having a talk from a local tiger conservationist to learn about anti-poaching efforts in the region.
Rare opportunity to trek and learn in the jungle whilst supporting cats - big and small.
Soak up the unique sights and sounds of the rainforest which will be hot, humid and rough underfoot.
Expert guides by your side all the way, plus tiger conservation talks, river tubing and a visit to an animal rescue centre.
Learn traditional jungle survival skills such as identifying edible fruits and plants.
Raise vital funds to help cats and kittens here in the UK.