Conserving The Last Tiger

Bukit Tiga Puluh National Park





Sumatran tigers are the last tiger Indonesia were still alive until now and only found in Sumatra. Where the other two species of tigers have become extinct, Tiger Bali in 1937 and 1972 following the declared extinct Javan tiger. In the structure of the food pyramid, the tiger is located as the top predators, so its presence is very vulnerable to extinction. To prevent these animals from extinction is carried out conservation efforts, including conserving habitat. This is done to maintain existing forests, mainly lowland forest, where prey are found such as deer, Deer and Wild Boar. Through this program we will see directly the tiger habitat to learn the components of the ecosystem in it and participate directly in the Sumatran tiger conservation efforts in Thirty Hill National Park. After participating in these activities, we hope that more young people are abused supports the conservation of tigers and become agents of development programs.

Day 1

  • Travel to Pekanbaru
  • Welcome Drink & Introduction
  • Herpetofauna Observation

 

Day 2

  • Mammals & Birds Observation
  • Checking the Tiger's Monitor
  • Fun Games & Camp Fire

 

Day 3

  • Land Trip to Rantau Langsat Camping Ground
  • Visiting & Interact with Local at Talang Mamak Village
  • Cultural Show

Day 4

  • Transfer Back to Pekanbaru
  • Back to Jakarta


Price includes

  • Entrance tickets to the area
  • Following the program according to itinerary
  • Accommodation 2 night guest house
  • Meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks according to itinerary
  • Travel insurance
  • Generic medication
  • Sebumi travel gimmick
  • Sebumi tour leader
  • Local guide

Not included

  • Domestic or international airline tickets
  • All personal expenses that are not included in the program of each itinerary

Booking Accurancy

The reservations will be proced if you do the booking confirmation via email or website, and we will respond on the period of 24 hours at office hours from Monday to Friday at 9:00 to 18:00 pm.

Registration

To join our tour please send your name (based on your id card), date of birth, phone number, email address, a copy of passport, emergency contact, and 30% down payment will be required from the end-customer with full payment 15 days before start of the trip. Sebumi  accept bank transfer.  Sebumi holds reservations until “Down Payment Due Date” indicated on your confirmation. If deposit/payment is not received by Sebumi on or before the Deposit Due Date, reservations are automatically cancelled. Failure to remit payments on a timely basis will automatically put your booking at risk of cancellation.


Account Bank:

BANK RAKYAT INDONESIA (BRI)
Cabang Bandar Lampung
No. Rekening: 0285 01 001143 302
Atas Nama: CV. SEBUMI BERBAGI

The trip price will be adjusted if the quota of participants does not meet the minimum and will be confirmed to each potential participant tour.

There is no time limit of registrations depends on the availability quota of participants, rooms and other accommodations.

Sebumi will send to the participants the information regarding name of tour leader, flight ticket, and other technical information will be informed no later than 7 days before the departure.

Documents Traveller

Participant(s) assumes sole responsibility to independently confirm all documentation requirements for all passport, visa, vaccination, or other entry and/or travel requirements of each destination. Those document has a validity period of at least six months beyond the date of departure. In addition, if your flight tickets are not included in our service, you need to confirm the flight schedule immediately.

Bukit Tiga Puluh National Park can be reached around 2 hours flight from Jakarta to Pekanbaru


4D3N Conserving The Last Tiger

A 4-day 3-night journey to Bukit Tiga Puluh National Park and see the best of what the rich area has to offer.



Price From

IDR 3,500,000 per person

Minimum

20 person

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