Forest trekking is an activity that enables you to learn more about flora and fauna in the forest while exploring the area. Skilled guides with extensive knowledge about the forest will explain to you about benefits and functions of the forests. For students, trekking will...Read More
For general visitors, you can enjoy Batang Serangan River by riding on inner tubes that have been modified to ensure safety. You will feel like you are dancing on the river swell using inner tube and a safety jacket as well as a helmet. We make sure that you have great...Read More
For those of you with good physical fitness, we challenge you to participate in three hours trekking through the tropical rain forest heading for kalong cave. You will learn new thing along the way, like plants that are used for medicine and cosmetics. If you are interested in...Read More
Visitors can take a close look at Tangkahan Elephants that have been a great help to conservation efforts especially around Tangkahan forests in the Gunung Leuser National Park area. The elephants and their tames help monitor the forest and keep the forest save from illegal...Read More
Together with Tangkahan Ecotourism Community (LPT), UNESCO is organizing a photo competition; “Tangkahan – protecting the natural heritage.” We are looking for striking digital images to celebrate Tangkahan’s people and nature, the importance of preserving them and the...Read More
Located in The Buffer Zone of Gunung Leuser National Park
Tangkahan is located in the buffer zone area of Gunung Leuser National Park. The two villages framed the Tangkahan area are Namo Sialang and Sei Serdang village, with the estimated population of 7,433. Livelihood of the villagers are mostly by farming, oil palm, nature rubber, sweet oranges and limes are some of the main local corps commodity.
Lembaga Pariwisata Tangkahan (The Tangkahan Tourism Foundation) is a foundation founded by the local people in both the Namo sialang and Sei serdang village, Located in Batang Serangan sub-district, Langkat district. This foundation was formed in April 20, 2001,through the deliberation of the two villages at the Kuala Buluh public hall.
You may choose activities that you like to do, such as forest trekking through interpretation trails, cruising over the river in traditional way, caving or just relax on the river shore. We believe that you would have fun and great experience, as well as enhanced knowledge on the environment and at the same time help local communities.