North Sumatera, is one of the most authentic destination in Indonesia. It has natural beauty which are relatively easy to access. It is where you can elephants, orangutans, and other endanger species. For elephant and orangutan you can say they are semi- wild, and if you go for jungle trekking, if you can meet other wilflife, such as siamang, gibbons, honey bear, some bird species. North Sumatera, with its capital in Medan also has volcanoes and its very beautiful and large Lake Toba with the Samosir Island.
This tour below is suitable for your adventure spirit.

Day 1: Medan-Bukit Lawang
Upon arrival at Kualanamu International Airport Medan, you will be picked up by guide. And then drive about 4-5 hours to Bukit Lawang. Along the tripn you will be passing palm oil plantation, rubber plantation, villages and farm.
Check in hotel.

Day 2:Orang Utan Trail-Tubing (Breakfast)
After breakfast then start jungle trek about 3 hours. Local guide will take you to observe wildlife, such as: Orang Utan, Siamang, and some more (not guaranteed). Afterwards then enjoying rivertubing along Bohorok River. Lunch is served in the jungle. Return to hotel and free program.

Day 3: Bukit Lawang-Tangkahan-Bukit Lawang (Breakfast)
After breakfast, about 08.00 drive 2 hours to Tangkahan passing Palm Oil along the bumpy ride. Arrival Tangkahan visit Waterfall and then proceed to Hot Spring located on bank of Buluh River, you can also enjoy swimming at Buluh River. Proceed to Tangkahan Visitor center and walk to the bank of Batang Serangan River to bath Sumateran Elephant. Return to Bukit Lawang.

Day 4: Bukit Lawang-Berastagi (Breakfast)
After breakfast then drive about 4 hours to Berastagi. Arrival in Berastagi then visit Gundaling Hill to overview two major volcanoes in Berastagi, Mt Sinabung and Mt Sibayak. Afterwards drive to Beras Tepu village to observe Mt Sinabung from close distance, the ghost town area, where houses, churches and schools are sadly must be abandoned because of the long eruption of the volcano. Check in hotel.

Day 5:Mt Sibayak Hiking-Berastagi City Tour- Samosir Island (Breakfast Box)
About 04.30 , you will be picked up by guide and then drive to foot of Mt Sibayak. Start walking and hike to the peak of Mt Sibayak which will take about one hour in normal pace. Enjoy bathing at hotspring . Afterwards drive to Lumbini Budhist Temple and proceed to visit Berastagi Catholic Church which has local architecture. In front of the church you can see Batak house and learn about the local house. Return to hotel and then check out. Drive about 3.5 hours to Parapat. On the way stop by at Sipiso Piso Waterfall. Take fast boat from Parapat to Tuk Tuk in Samosir Island. Check in.

Day 6: Samosir Tour (Breakfast)
After breakfast drive to Simanindo Village to watch Sigale gale puppet dance. Afterwards visit Ambarita Village, to visit King Siallagan, court table and execution table. Here you can also observe Batak traditional houses. Drive back to hotel. And then proceed to visit Natonang Lake, a small lake in the middle of Samosir Island, you will stop by at view point and passing waterfall nearby the road. Visit King Sidabutar tomb. Return to hotel. Free Program.

Day 7: Samosir -Medan  (Breakfast)
Free program until 12.00. After lunch then check out and sail back to Parapat. And drive about 4-5 hours to Medan. Arrival Medan check in hotel.

Day 8: Transfer Out (Breakfast)
Free program until we transfer you to airport. End of service.

– All Transportation and Airport Transfer
– Hotel with breakfast
– Entrance fees, donation and activities as program
– English Speaking Guide Enroute and Local Guide
– Meals as written in program only
– Return Fast Boat Parapat-Tuk Tuk-Parapat

– Travel Insurance
– Tipping
– Rent Bicycle or Scooter at Samosir Island
– Air Tickets

What to bring:
– Swimming Suit
– Sunscreen
– Mosquito Repellent
– Long sleeves and trousers
– Walking Shoes
– Small body pack
– Camera

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