With an area larger than Bali — made up of ancient jungles, endless rice paddies, dramatic mountain views, and charming villages — exploration never ends in the Kerinci region of Sumatra. Whether you’re interested in a multi-day jungle trek, a hike to a mountain summit, or a simple village and cultural tour, we’ve compiled an assortment of eco-friendly and low-impact itineraries to give you an idea of what’s possible in this hidden valley — filter through to find one that fits your time and interests. Consider these to start with, but feel free to customize with other points of interest; we’re happy to help create a bespoke itinerary made just for you.
Towering over the Sumatran landscape, Mt. Kerinci demands respect. At 3805 meters tall, Gunung Kerinci is the highest active volcano in Southeast Asia, and even [...]
Gunung Tujuh is a massive, extinct volcano whose eruption in ancient times blew apart the top of the mountain, eventually forming a large, 4.5 km [...]
Enjoy a day trip through the rainforest that will take you to a pristine lake teeming with fish. Fed by underground springs, the water in [...]
This active volcano, gets its name “Kunyit” (Turmeric in English) from the abundant yellow sulfur that can be found on the mountain. During the six [...]
The Ladeh Panjang Wetlands, at the western foot of Mt. Kerinci and deep within the Kerinci Seblat National Park, is the highest wetlands in Southeast [...]