Kusuma Agrowisata Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsKusuma Agrowisata Hotel Batu
This hotel is really big and have some fruit plant such orange, apple, strawberry and produce some juice and snack from those fruits.
It's good for family holiday, they have a lot of room, and beautiful park for playing the kid.
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... in the horizon. The road up the volcano was good and I began to wish we had biked it ourselves. In the carpark they kept asking for money, more money than the sign stated and I refused to pay and paid what the sign said which I thought was for parking but really was to get on another motorbike that went further up. I wondered what I paid my current driver for if not to take us up. Anyway then we walked from there. The view was excellent, you could see where ...
... d say (didn't have a watch) we found a bunch of monkeys playing in the trees and then a couple minutes later it was like we found one lets go. I was behind another group taking pictures and was looking up in the trees frantically trying to spot it when I saw a white handed gibbon looking back at me. I figured that was what the commotion was about so started to snap a few shots when I heard Eric yell. "Hey Canada this way!" (I've come accustomed to answering to Canada as ...
... s arms were soaking and everyone was just drained from the intense heat! But it paid off! After trekking through and seeing all sorts of monkeys on the way, we finally got to see some orang utans! We had to dangle down a sheer drop to be able to get a good view and it was hard to get down there without completely falling off the mountain! It was amazing seeing the orang utans, they were like a big orange furball hanging in the tree tops. We saw a mother with her child building a ...
... we saw seven orangutans. Three mothers with each a baby and one male. The mothers are semi-wild as they are released from captivity sometime in the 70's. The male we saw is 100%25 wild and we were very lucky to see one, as they live more deep in the jungle. Two of the females with babies came close to us (probably because they wanted the banana we had, but still). It was so unreal to look into their eyes. I can't find the right words to describe it, but it was really ...
... our lunch and were delighted to be joined by another orangutan and 2 year old baby. The guides set up lunch and ensured we were safe and they kept their distance, we spent a good couple of hours sharing their space and their antics while we all took a million pictures... wow an incredible close encounter with these fantastic animals, we were so lucky!
Our lunch was egg and fried rice and plenty of fruits which were delicious although I felt a bit ...