WHO WE ARE
REMOTE SUMATRA TOUR
Remote Sumatra Tour is one of the Tour Organizer in Sumatra. Remote Sumatra Tour focus on travel activities within the Remote Sumatra region, studying the culture, tradition, customs and building an intimate knowledge of community bassed tourism.
We organise trips with a special interest in cultural, wildlife or nature exploration through community-based tourism. We cooperate with local agencies and networks to conduct, informative, ecologically and socially responsible tours. By partnering with local communities, local NGOs, and progressive government agencies, we try to contribute to the local economy while simultaneously conserving Sumatra’s unique biological and cultural heritage. We try to offer a professional and authentic experience, while contributing towards nature conservation in a way that benefits local communities.
We work to fulfill nature travelers and common travelers demands from basic to comfort standards, assist in arranging travel documents and permits to remote areas, supply clients with any necessary information for cultural, wildlife or nature exploration through community-based tourismand travelling to such areas, build contacts with local guides at each spot, and arrange local transport to all destinations in Northern Sumatra.
GAYO HIGHLAND TOUR
The Sumatra Hidden Paradise
The Gayo Highlands consist of the mountainous central part of Aceh, The Gayo Highland concentrated around a lake of river valley and are bordered by high, forested mountain slopes. Explore Sumatran Rainforest, travel, hike, holiday, flowers and wildlife. Discover the most beautiful lansdcape and adventure.
BIRDING IN SUMATRA
Birdwatching in Sumatra
The Leuser Ecosystem rainforest is as the best forest for sumatran birds. The Leuser Ecosystem and Gunung Leuser National Park (GLNP) is one of the richest tropical rainforest in Southeast Asia. The Leuser Ecosystem are covering more than 2.6 million hectares and including the 1.094.692 ha of Gunung Leuser National Park. The bigger part is located in Aceh Province (2,255,577 hectares) and the rest in North Sumatra Province (384,297 hectares). The Mount Leuser National Park (TNGL) has been recognised as a “World Heritage Site” by UNESCO.