Eco Tourism and Responsible Travel in Sumatra, Indonesia2018-08-27T17:46:54+00:00
Sumatran Tiger Jungle Trek Ecotourism Indonesia

WHAT WILL YOU DISCOVER IN

WILD SUMATRA?

Will you seek out the diverse wildlife on a multi-day Sumatran jungle trek? Will you climb towering peaks and smoking volcanoes? Will you embrace the local culture? We’ve compiled an assortment of itineraries below to give you an idea of what’s possible here in Kerinci – one of Southeast Asia’s undiscovered gems.
MT. KERINCI

Climb the highest active volcano in Southeast Asia

MT. TUJUH

Explore the caldera and cloud forest of an extinct volcano

SUMATRAN TIGER TREK

Hike deep into tiger habitat on a multi-day jungle trek

LAKE KACO

Take a dip in a turquoise pool hidden in the rainforest

BUKIT TAPAN NIGHT SAFARI

Search for wildlife along a mountainous jungle road

MT. KUNYIT

Discover the rainforest & hot springs of a remote volcano

LADEH PANJANG WETLANDS

Trek to an isolated marshland and swamp forest

VILLAGE LIFE UP CLOSE

Meet the farmers and families of rural Sumatra

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Hornbill Jungle Trekking in Sumatra Ecotourism Wildlife Tours Indonesia

WHO ARE WE?

Our mission is to incite your epic adventure, while supporting conservation and communities in the wilds of Sumatra.

Since 2010, Wild Sumatra has been helping responsible travelers discover the most remote wild places left on the mysterious, mountainous, rainforest-shrouded island of Sumatra. We work with rural communities to empower local guides, helping connect them with off-the-beaten path adventurers looking for authentic, bespoke, small-group trekking and cultural experiences in the rainforests of Indonesia’s Kerinci Seblat National Park and surrounding villages. As a social enterprise, we are committed to keeping funds spent within the Kerinci region.

We believe strongly that community-based ecotourism can help safeguard the still-untouched forests and wildlife of Sumatra, while helping to improve the quality of life for people living on the forest edge. 

We are proud that 5% of the total cost of our trips goes directly to WildCats Conservation Alliance in support of wild tiger conservation in the Kerinci Seblat National Park. After all, a healthy tiger population means a healthy forest.

So far in 2018…

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donated to Sumatran tiger conservation in the Kerinci Seblat National Park

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