Travel Blogs from Malang
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... orang-utans feeding platform. The national park is partly a rehabilitation centre so twice a day orang utans cam come and get some food to supplement their diets. However, seeming as there is an abundance of fruit in the jungle at this time of year, no orang utans came. Still, it was good to see how it worked and fun to cross the river in a ...
... hours to reach the viewpoint and at around 4h55 in the morning, the fog set in and we couldn't see a thing. The sun rose that morning, I am sure but unfortunately we woke up for nothing since we didn't get a view. On the way down it cleared a bit so we were able to take some nicer pictures.
We left right after that to return to Probolinggo and from there caught an onward but towards Bali. ...
... villages and palm oil plantations along the way.
Bukit Lawang is a tourist hub for those wanting to trek in the jungle to see the many animals, although the main draw is the Orangutans. Unfortunately the trekking is quite expensive for 2 days or more which included camping out in the jungle, so I ended up just doing a one day trek with two lovely girls that are staying beside me Lizzy and Natasha, and had a really wonderful experience.
... I tell ya.
Turns out the waterfall was beautiful, pictures attached.
This final "trek" was actually a climb. You didn't bring a backpack because you could barely lift your own body weight up, up, up. The view at the top was amazing.
There was no view at the top. Just a little clearing in a forest of trees.
Down was even scarier. You kept your body as close to the rocks as you ...