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Sumatra Greenlife Adventure

Ecotourism is our Philosophy

We are called Sumatra GREEN Life Adventure because we strongly believe in ecotourism.

For us as jungle guides, conserving the environment goes without saying and is in our mind intrinsically linked to the well-being of people living here in Bukit Lawang. After all, the rainforest provides a source of income for many locals with its resources as well as in form of tourism but also just in general terms of a comfortable, nature-bound life.

By training and employing local people, in Bukit Lawang but also on our North Sumatra tours to Berastagi and Lake Toba, we commit to our concept of eco-friendliness by providing them an income opportunity lest they participate in illegal activities such as fishing, logging, etc. which are harmful to the jungle and in turn to the people.

And by educating you about the rainforest and the life in a small Indonesian village, we hope to create an awareness for the problems as well as the joys in this part of the world.

And if you want to do something to protect the environment during your travels around Indonesia, read our Eco-travelling-tips.

Ecotourism – ecotourism.org

„Responsible travel to natural areas that conserves the environment, sustains the well-being of the local people, and involves interpretation and education.”

Responsible hiking through the Sumatran jungle

Our Jungle Guides

Our local jungle guides at Sumatra Green Life Adventure have many years of experience in the jungle. They are keen on sharing their knowledge about the flora and fauna in the tropical rainforest with you and providing you with an eco-friendly experience. They all share a great passion for nature and the protection and conservation of the environment are close to their hearts.
We strive to teach our guests how to comport themselves with the orangutans and other wildlife in the jungle in view of protecting one of the last remaining rainforests on earth.

All our jungle guides are certified by the Indonesian Tourist Guide Association HPI (Himpunan Pramuwisata Indondesia) and offer you professional, environment-friendly and educational treks.

Baik

...was a professional guide in Gunung Leuser National Park for almost 15 years. Today he lives in Kuta Lombok where he is running his guesthouse Lombok Pool House. From there, he still organises trips to Sumatra’s rainforest. Despite leaving the jungle, he has never lost his passion for wildlife and his concern for its preservation. With Sumatra Green Life Adventure and this website, he wishes to bring a better understanding about the importance of the rainforest’s ecosystem to tourists and locals.

Hotna, Leni and James

...the Green Life office managers. They manages our office in Bukit Lawang, where they welcome our guests, organise everything around your trek and tour, prepare breakfast and drinks and help you out whenever you need something.

6500
Orangutans
92
Endemic Species
4000 +
Different Plants
380
Bird Species

Stop by and meet us in person

Our Office in Bukit Lawang

Mon – Sun 8.00 – 20.00 (GMT+7)

+62 813 967 080 17

info@greenlifeadventure.com

At our office we meet our guests when they arrive in Bukit Lawang.

We will have hot and cold drinks in our garden when you return from the jungle.

You can book a trek with us if you haven’t booked in advance or arrange your tour to Tangkahan, Berastagi or Lake Toba with us.
Furthermore, we offer village tours in Bukit Lawang, cooking classes and handicraft workshops, whitewater rafting on Sei Wampu, rafting trips to Bohorok and tubing on Bohorok River.

Moreover, we provide laundry service, private transport and tourist bus tickets.

Of course, you can also just come in, sit down and have a drink with us at the river bank.

We also have a small shop

In our small shop we sell handicraft produced by villagers from Bukit Lawang: bags made from recycled plastic, bags and cases woven from tandok grass, necklaces carved from coconut, painted orangutan postcards on handmade paper.