4 Days Taman Negara (Ends Kuala Lumpur or KLIA)
Day 1: Kuala Lumpur - Taman Negara (L/D)
This three-day adventure of the world’s oldest rainforest begins in the morning from Kuala Lumpur where you travel by road for about 3-hour to the rural town of Jerantut via the scenic Genting Sempah Mountain Pass. Lunch en-route at local restaurant just before reaching Kuala Tahan. A short boat ride from Kuala Tahan will take you to where the park HQ and the hotel are situated. Check-in at resort and the evening is at leisure. You are recommended to watch a video presentation and participate in the jungle night walk organised by the resort. Overnight stay at Mutiara Taman Negara Resort
Day 2: Taman Negara (B/L/D)
The day-to-day itinerary varies depending on participating levels within the Park, the weather condition and the facilities available at the time. However, the activities likely to be available, and guided by Park Wardens include: Motorised canoe up the Tahan River tributary to the cataracts of Lata Berkoh, which is excellent for fishing, the Canopy walk which stretches a distance of 500-metre, plus jungle trek to Teresik Hill from where you can view Mount Tahan, the highest mountain in Peninsular Malaysia at 2178m. During the trek, your guide will give basic instructions on the fundamentals of jungle survival, jungle ecology, flora identification etc. Return trek on a different trail passing Lubok Simpon water hole for a swim and rest. At night, there is an option (own expense) for “animal vigil” at a tree house. However, the sighting of rare animals like Tapir, Tiger and Mouse Deer is not guaranteed. Overnight stay at Mutiara Taman Negara Resort
Day 3: Taman Negara (B/L/D)
Visit to an Orang Asli (aboriginals) home and complete some of the activities not taken in day 2. Full board and lodging provided.
Day 4: Taman Negara - Kuala Lumpur (B/L)
Return journey to Kuala Lumpur or Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA). Lunch could be at resort or en-route depending on departure time.
Note: Light comfortable clothing, jungle boots, a hat, raincoat, torch, sport shoes, swimming costumes, mosquito repellant and a sweater should be among the minimal necessity for this excursion. Most items can be purchased in Kuala Lumpur or at the resort itself.