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Gunung Leuser National Park!


Jungle hike through Gunung Leuser National Park!

Covering more than 7,000 square kilometers, Gunung Leuser National Park, known as Leuser Mountain National Park, stands as one of Southeast Asia’s largest wilderness areas. Encompassing the majestic Leuser Range, this park serves as a sanctuary for numerous critically endangered animals, such as the Sumatran Orangutan, Sumatran Rhino, Sumatran Tiger, and a myriad of other species.

Local and international Conservation Group have been focused for years on protecting this special forest.

About Me

My name is Putra Jungle, and I was raised in Ketambe amidst its lush jungles. From a young age, I spent countless hours immersed in its wonders, captivated by the stories my father, who has worked in the Leuser Ecosystem for over 24 years, would share with me. In 2010, I began my career as a guide after receiving formal training. Concurrently, I pursued studies in Economics, deepening my understanding of ecosystems. Following my graduation in 2016, I dedicated myself entirely to guiding jungle tours. Today, I collaborate closely with a team of local guides.

My mission is to showcase the jungle’s stunning beauty and its diverse wildlife, while imparting my knowledge to visitors. Witnessing my guests depart with smiles brings me immense joy. Equally important to me is the preservation of the jungle, driving my commitment to knowledge sharing. Our tours in Gunung Leuser National Park focus primarily on encountering the endangered Sumatran Orangutan.

We offer trekking options ranging from 1 to 7 days, with the possibility of longer expeditions upon request. Additionally, we organize Rafting Adventures on the Alas River, tours of Ketambe Village, transportation services, and accommodations at our Guesthouse. For more information, please feel free to contact me. I look forward to welcoming you to Ketambe soon!


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Please contact me if you are interested!

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