• Ecotour Sumatra was established by Mandy, Herda and Edo.
  • Sumatra is one of the five main islands of the Indonesian archipelago
  • The aim of our tours is to actively help the local people of Tangkahan and Bukit Lawang as well as raising awareness and funds for the Sumatran Orangutan Conservation Programme. (SOCP)
  • We offer three signature tours a year to North Sumatra in Indonesia for small groups of 8-9 people.
  • All tours actively contribute to conservation of orangutans , elephants and rainforests.
  • The climate of Sumatra is tropical with temperatures typically between 22-30 oC, relative humidity 70-90% in lowlands and rainfall 100 – 400cm per year.
Ecotour Sumatra was established by Mandy, Herda and Edo.1 Sumatra is one of the five main islands of the Indonesian archipelago2 The aim of our tours is to actively help the local people of Tangkahan and Bukit Lawang as well as raising awareness and funds for the Sumatran Orangutan Conservation Programme. (SOCP)3 We offer three signature tours a year to North Sumatra in Indonesia for small groups of 8-9 people. 4 All tours actively contribute to conservation of orangutans , elephants and rainforests.5 The climate of Sumatra is tropical with temperatures typically between 22-30 oC, relative humidity 70-90% in lowlands and rainfall 100 – 400cm per year.6
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Sumatra is one of the five main islands of the Indonesian archipelago. The capital of Medan hosts Kuala Namu International airport. North Sumatra is a province of Sumatra lying just above the equator. Along with Aceh province a large area is covered by the Mount Gunung Leuser National Park.

Locally named Taman Nasional Gunung Leuser (TNGL) this lush rainforest is one of only a few remaining natural habitats of the Sumatran orangutan, tigers and elephants.

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Welcome to EcoTour Sumatra

We offer three signature tours a year to North Sumatra in Indonesia for small groups of 8-9 people.

On these tours you can experience trekking in the rainforest, orangutans in the wild, bathing with elephants and the largest flowers in the world.

All tours actively contribute to conservation of orangutans, elephants and rainforest's, with all profits being reinvested to provide education and future employment for the people of North Sumatra, Indonesia.

We also offer volunteer opportunities for you to teach English and conservation to children living on the edge of the rainforest.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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