Experience a 4-wheel drive into the rainforest of Malaysia with short trek to Tengkil Waterfalls, hide deep into the forest.
Date: 24-26 Apr, 12-14 June 2020
Situated 55km from Kuantan (Malaysia), Berkelah falls is drawn as ideal treks for beginners compared with the strenuous steep climbs of Ophir or Berlumut.
Located in southeast Johor, north of Kota Tinggi, Gunung Panti Recreation Forest with its peak at 531m is important water catchments and consists of a gentle valley surrounded by a low rock cliff. The forest is ravishingly beautiful, lush and green. It is perfect for those who enjoy camping. Many rare species of flora and fauna can be found here.
Located near the Kota Tinggi Waterfalls, 56km north of Johor Bahru and 16km west of Kota Tinggi town, a weekend at Pelepah waterfalls is a great outdoor experience. The 4-hour trek is along the river, passing waterfalls before reaching a big open campsite best suited for stargazing.
Standing at 1010 meters (3313 ft) above sea level, the mountain is situated at the heart of Gunung Berlumut Recreational Forest a 45-min drive from the town of Kluang. The area captures unique flora and fauna with ideal picnic spot along the river at the foot of the mountain. The trek to summit takes about 4-6 hours for a reasonable fit person and is challenging for its long steep hike. Berlumut literally means mossy & hikers can find lichens & moss at higher altitude.
Date: 1-7 May, 1-10 Aug 2020
Gunung Tahan, 2187 metres (7174 ft), is the highest mountain in Peninsular Malaysia. The mountain is situated inside Taman Negara, on the Pahang-Kelantan border. Coping with the trek depends on your fitness – both physical and mental, the choice of suitable equipment and the load you carry on your back. The weight you can carry depends on your age, fitness and body weight.
Challenge yourselves at the Titiwangsa Mountains of Malaysia; where one can find some of the toughest treks in Peninsular Malaysia.
Date: 10-12 Apr, 1-3 May 19-21 Jun 2020
Endau Rompin, straddling the Johor/Pahang border, is the second National Park after Taman Negara. It covers an area of approximately 80,000 hectares of rich and exotic flora and fauna, encompassing the watershed of the rivers Endau and Rompin, from which it derives its name. In other words, this place is huge.