MLT07 - 2 Days / 1 Night Orangutans Bohorok
Day 1 Medan - Bohorok
Meet at the airport or hotel in Medan, and proceed for a short city sightseeing. After lunch in Medan, drive through the plantation road to Bukit Lawang town, stop en-route at Crocodile farm in the city of Medan, Palm oil and rubber plantations. Accommodation and dinner at hotel in Bukit Lawang.
Day 2 Bohorok - Medan
After breakfast, walk along the river to cross point, then cross the river by small canoe to Bohorok Orangutan Rehavilitation Center located on the other side of the river. Hiking up the hill through the rain forest to the feeding site of the orangutans. Return to Bukit Lawang. After lunch, drive back to Medan on the same raod. On arrival in Medan proceed to your next destination or hotel.
Orangutan Tour Rates
Rate per person based on 3 star hotel in Medan
2 persons - minimum US$ 245.00/person
3 - 5 persons US$ 206.00/person
6 - 9 persons US$ 200.00/person
10 - 14 persons US$ 187.00/person
15 - up persons US$ 180.00/person ( 1 person free of charge )
Single supplement US$ 87.00
Includsion : Accommodation based on sharing twin with daily breakfast, sightseeing transfers and tours by air conditoned private vehicle, ferry boat on lake toba, tour guide, meals s mentioned on titinerary, entrance/admission fees.
Excluded : Airfare, airport tax, personal expenses, and tipping.
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Sumatra island offers great choice of sightseeing such as orangutans, lake Toba, traditional Batak village, water fall, and various wild life farming and plantations. Lake Toba is the most beautiful scenery in Indonesia with Samosir island on it, creation of natural disaster 70.000 years ago Lake Toba Samosir