Mt. Kerinci - Sumatra, Indonesia

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FUN AT Mt. Kerinci - Sumatra, Indonesia


Trail Difficulty: 6/10

Adventure Duration: 5 day/s

If you are looking for a hiking adventure outside the Philippines that’s not too far, then one of the mountains that Trail Adventours highly recommends is Mt. Kerinci. Mt. Kerinci or Mt. Kerintji is located in Sumatra, Indonesia. Standing at 3, 805 masl, it is the second highest mountain in the said country, and the second highest volcano in the Southeast Asia region. The mountain is also referred to as Peak of Indrapura. To those who are looking for a whole new level of nature trip, Mt. Kerinci is a perfect destination. The mountain serves as a home to Sumatran rhinos, tigers and elephants. Mt. Kerinci is very rich in natural resources. In fact, aside from forests, it also has a total of 15 great lakes. In order to reach the summit, a mountaineer must be prepared to trek through lush tropical rainforests for 7 hours and 3 hours on gravel and sand. This may be challenging to some hikers, but the overall experience is definitely worth it.

INFORMATION ABOUT THIS TRIP

Day 1
01:25 PM (July 25) Depart from Kuala Lumpur to Padang, Indonesia.
Arrival in Padang, Indonesia. 6 hours overland travel to Kersik Tuo village. Check in. Rest and easy.
Day 5
01:55 PM (July 29) Depart from Padang, Indonesia to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

PACKAGE PRICE: PHP 19,000


INCLUSIONS:

Three nights accomodation at a homestay
One night accomodation on tents
All meals and camp meals (Breakfast 4x, lunch 4x, dinner 4x)
Processing of climbing permits
Adventure Guide/Coordinator
Local Guide and porters for camping equipment
All transportation stated on the itinerary
Camping equipment (tent, mat, and sleeping bag)
Cooking and dining equipment.

*Exclusions: 

Air fare, airport tax, insurance, extra meals and drinks, personal equipment and expenses outside the trip. 

PRIVATE PACKAGE RATE:

N/A


BOOK FOR A PRIVATE TRIP

Please email info@trailadventours.com for any inquries and booking.
  1. Backpack (25-30 liter)                                                   
  2. Fleece
  3. Raincoat and/or windbreaker
  4. Socks
  5. Gloves
  6. Trekking shoes
  7. Head lamp
  8. Balaclava
  9. Long pants (jeans are not recommended)
  10. T-shirt
  11. UV protection sunglasses
  12. Personal medication
  13. Toileteries and towel
  14. Drinking bottle
  15. Snacks
  16. Camera

*Tents and other camping equipment will be provided. 

You can download our waiver here.
Waiver (PDF)
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