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Tioman / Endau Rompin Package

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Endau Rompin National Park is named after Sungai Endau, the Endau River, in Johor, and Sungai Rompin, the Rompin River, in Pahang. Blessed with sheer endless natural beauty and a one-of-a-kind ecosystem, Endau Rompin National Park's jungle is over 130 million years old. Endau Rompin is, in fact, unique in 2 ways, because not only is it the oldest rainforest in the world, but it's also the habitat for one of our rarest and most elusive mammalian species in existence today, the Sumatran Rhinoceros.

Orang Asli using poison blowpipe darts
Orang Asli using poison blowpipe darts

Other impressive mammals still found in any kind of numbers in Endau Rompin, that you may well catch a glimpse off during when you go trekking here, are black leopards, tapirs, elephants, gibbons, deer, and bison. And since there are fairly regular sightings of tigers reported by villagers even now, it's not inconceivable that, depending on where you start your Endau Rompin trek, you may cross paths with this magnificent creature.

Streams so pure you can drink the water
Streams so pure you can drink the water

Bird watchers, too, will, quite literally, have a field day in Endau Rompin, since the area offers over 250 species of birds, ranging from the world's smallest woodpecker to various species of eagles and hornbills. Similarly, other aficionados of nature's smaller creatures will almost certainly come away with plenty of pictures, memories and of course stories.

The mighty Endau Rompin jungle beckons

Those keen to experience the timelessness of this deepest, densest and most mysterious of all the jungles in Malaysia can now join one of our exclusive excursions. You'll come face to face with Endau Rompin's original tribe, the Orang Asli, in their remote jungle settlement.

Some of the densest forest you will ever get to traverse
Some of the densest forest you will
ever get to traverse

These "Original People" have lived in Endau Rompin's primary jungles since ancient times and still follow their old revered customs even today. We'll follow them and see up close how they demonstrate their mastery at using their blowpipes to hunt for food.

Archived image of Orang Asli tribesmen
Archived image of Orang Asli tribesmen

We'll also observe how they search for, concoct and then make use of their traditional ointments and elixirs. And we'll be floating down crystal-clear river waters and even bathe in bone-chilling natural waterfalls.

The Endau Rompin experience is one you'll remember for a very long time.

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