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TOUR PACKAGE (jungle trekking, taxi, Room) 4 DAYS 3 NIGHTS in BUKIT LAWANG
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TOUR PACKAGE (jungle trekking, taxi, Room) 4 DAYS 3 NIGHTS in BUKIT LAWANG

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We are local people doing fantastic jungle trekking in bukit lawang national park, and we are born and growing up side of the jungle. So we know how about the jungle.<br>If you like to see the nature, jungle, and animals in wild life just coming here. Especially orang utan
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MJ_Murphy wrote a review Mar 2020
London, United Kingdom4 contributions
I managed to walk to the bat cave from the village as it's very close. There were guides waiting at the entrance to the caves in which I paid after we'd finished the walk. Total cost 25k. A great experience and highly recommended
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Georgiarab wrote a review Oct 2019
19 contributions4 helpful votes
The bat caves are beautiful and definitely worth while visiting. There are 4 caves and each is unique with unique wild life. There are of course bats, two types, and plenty of them. We saw frogs and HUGE spiders, large long legged centipedes and small birds in their nests with chicks. We took a guide outside of the cave. We couldn’t have walked the caves without one because it is unclear how to get from one cave to the next. They also supply flashlights which you need. He pointed out all the insects that we would have missed otherwise. Beautiful and fun!
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Morag T wrote a review Oct 2019
Teddington, United Kingdom73 contributions37 helpful votes
We were staying about as far as it was possible to stay from the bat caves (jungle inn) but we enjoyed the walk and booked our guide to take us there. I wouldn’t have wanted to go into the caves without a guide. They are quite challenging to get through, not difficult but do required scrambling, it’s not a stroll. There are different bats in different caves so worth making the effort. Really interesting though. We went in the afternoon and it wasn’t until we got right to the end that we saw anyone else. I don’t know if it is always that quiet. Would highly recommend if you are looking for something to do while in Bukit Lawang.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Jens_Ole2014 wrote a review Sep 2019
Copenhagen, Denmark16 contributions9 helpful votes
Me and my daughter vent to see the cave. We were very surprised when we saw the entrance, it was very unsafe to enter the cave
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Date of experience: July 2019
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sunseeker2016 wrote a review Aug 2019
Brisbane, Australia320 contributions40 helpful votes
This is a great little starter trek, taking in the ubiquitous palm oil plantation, an active rubber plantation, the bat cave surrounded by jungle, and the gorgeous Landak River. A very nice spot for a cool dip. Careful though. Its easy to get overcharged. We were! This can easily be done by yourself, a 15 to 20 minute walk from the Eco Lodge, then guides who charge 35000 rupiahs at the cave. To reach the Landak, just keep walking along the same track before you turned into the rubber plantation. The turn to the river is to the right.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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