NOTICE: Jungle Trekking Currently Unavailable due to Landslide
The trail in will take you through to an amazing discovery of fascinating wildlife and you will be treated to a concert of humming, buzzing and chirping coming from the jungle inhabitants. Along the journey be sure to spot the tall honey tree and petai (bitter bean) tree where locals climb up to extract honey and harvest petai. Also, look out for forest fruits that look like big green grapes and a tree with an elephant-ear-like roots.
A local guide will lead you and provide information on some of the interesting wildlife you come across. Within 35 to 40 minutes, you will reach Lata Berembun waterfall where you can dip in the bubbling fresh water cascade. If you are adventurous and want a more challenging trail that leads to Gua Kambing or the WW2 crash site, kindly speak to our staff.
If jungle trekking is not your thing, these three other activities might interest you…
Discover Malaysia’s king of fruit in this Haw Kee durian orchard. Come taste for yourself the creamy richness during the durian harvest season.
For avid photographers who love to capture the wilderness and landscapes, there are ample opportunities in the surroundings for shots of wildlife.
Jelita Ostrich farm a mere 10 minutes away gives animal lovers a chance to visit, feed and even ride on these femure creatures.