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A tropical rainforest area in Sigar Highlands - permaculture farm. Suitable for family - kids get not just a relaxing stay but also the opportunity to learn about nature and growing food and to participate in day-to-day farming activities.
... br> The one to Robinson falls was one of these soaked hikes, I first saw the nearby falls in Tanah Rata, but then carried on to Robinson after being slightly disappointed. The rains had actually flooded the entire main plaza, and watching the drainage system looked more like a rocky mountain white water river than a form of sewer system. I actually got soaked through my raincoat, and made it to the waterfall through a hike of jungle ...
... with a guide using a machete to cut down vines and branches in the way. Because the flowers bloom in different places, the paths aren't really well worn tourist tracks. After walking there and back, which was about an hour each way we were shown a blow dart demonstration by some locals who use them as weapons to hunt. We all had a go and I managed to get it on the dart board first time ;-) After lunch we were taken to the tea plantations which had some amazing ...
... hope was quashed with nothing but local eateries where they all stared at us and were unfriendly and mean. We entered anyway, mostly to get out of the rain, but tried the local cuisine. Sadly it turns out the locals eat out of cold stainless steel vats. So we had horrible food again. Even going for a simple bowl of hot soup later to warm us up resulted in an hour long ordeal. Only getting one bowl and having to wait forever for the next so both of us could ...
... biotope is said to be 250 million years old, thereby gains the status of the world´s oldest forest.
We went for a short walk through the Mossy Forest (approx. 30 minutes) and it was really amazing. All the trees were covered by different kinds of mosses. We were stumbling over massive roots; some of them had quite impressive shapes. We even did some little climbing. It was a great experience!
Once we got out of the Mossy Forest we drove back to Tanah ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting