Thursday, 23 October 2014

Endau Rompin PETA and Endau Rompin SELAI Adventure Tours cum Team Building


ENDAU ROMPIN ADVENTURE TOURS
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ENDAU ROMPIN EAST ENTRY FROM KAHANG - JOHORE
Taman Negara (Johore) National Park
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ENDAU ROMPIN ADVENTURE TOUR PACKAGES LINKS
 Endau Rompin Selai Entry from Bekok
 Endau Rompin Selai Photo Links
 Endau Rompin Peta Entry from Kahang
 Endau Rompin Selendang - Taman Negri Pahang
 Jungle Survival Training
 Adventure Team Building
FACEBOOKS AND BLOGS
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Activities of interests

White water tube rafting

Orang Asli (Aborigines) Village

Trekking to waterfalls

Bird watching

Basic Non air cond accommodation

Orang asli cultural village

Scenes of Buaya Sangkut waterfalls , Tasek Air Biru (Blue Lagoon), Upeh Guling
waterfalls and Kuala Jasin waterfalls
Endau Rompin covering an estimated area of 870 square kilometers, stands between the boundary of Johore and Pahang, remains one of the least disturbed and finest examples of lowland tropical rainforest in Malaysia.
Endau Rompin may be the newest found jungle retreat in the country. Itself being more than 100 million years old where the exotic flora and fauna found nowhere else in the world. Opeh Guling waterfalls offer good swimming spot. Buaya Sangkut meanwhile is a 5 step waterfall which is 3 hours hike away from the main camping site. It is 40 meters wide and 120 meters high. (Please click on image on the left for a bigger photo) Salt licks around Gunung Tiong might offer a rewarding view of the wild animals. Deers, boars, black leopards, tigers, tapirs, elephants, to name a few, visits these salt licks. Check out their foot prints too. It is here in Endau Rompin, botanists have discovered a new fan palm trees along the Jasin River, scientifically called Livingstona Endauensis.

TOUR PACKAGES AND PRICING
PACKAGE TYPE
 Accommodation
PRICE PER PERSON (RM)
ENDAU ROMPIN EAST ENTRY FROM KAHANG TOWN
Click on ...CODE ER No .......
for  DETAILED Itinerary)
2 - 3 pax4 -5 pax6 - 9 paxAbove 10
CODE ER 001
3 D/2N FULL BOARD
Four Wheel Drive Off Road Adventure -  The Aborigine Recreation Park (camping)
 RM 850.00
 RM 530.00
 RM 510.00
 RM 480.00
CODE ER 002
3 D/2N FULL BOARD
Basic Chalet Kampong Peta Asli Village
  RM 850.00
 RM 530.00
 RM 510.00
 RM 480.00
CODE ER 003
3 D/2N FULL BOARD
A-Frame Clalet Kuala Jasin 
  RM 850.00
 RM 530.00
 RM 480.00
 RM 450.00
CODE ER 004
3 D/2N FULL BOARD
Camping  Kuala Jasin
 RM 800.00
 RM 500.00
 RM 470.00
 RM 440.00
CODE ER 005
3 D/2N FULL BOARD
Camping  Marong Campsite
 RM 800.00
 RM 500.00
 RM 470.00
 RM 440.00
TEAM BUILDING AND SURVIVAL PROGRAM
CODE ER 007
4D/3N FULL BOARD
Survival Course Jasin, Marong and Batu Ampa base camps
 RM1200.00
 RM 550.00
 RM 500.00
 RM 450.00
CODE ER 008
(group only)
2D 1N TEAM BUILDING
Camping at Tapah/Merekek Campsite
N/A
N/A
N/A
 RM 250.00
CODE ER 009
(group only)
3D/2N TEAM BUILDING
Camping at Tapah/Merekek Campsite
N/A
N/A
N/A
 RM 450.00
All rates  are subject to 10% service charge and 4.5% e-commerce charge for payment by credit card.

PACKAGE INCLUDES  (Leisure Package) :
* Return van transfers from Kuala Lumpur (except for team building and survival programs)
* 2 nights accommodation as specified
* Full board meals in the Park
* Guided tour per itinerary - trekking, waterfalls, rubber tube rafting, night safari and hill climbing etc
* Accompanying guides
PACKAGE EXCLUDES (Plus rates payable) :
1. ENTRY PERMIT
2. CAMERA PERMIT
3. GUIDED TREKKING TO BUAYA SANGKUT  WATERFALLS
NOTES

1. All packages originate from Kuala Lumpur
2. Additional charge of RM 600.00 per vehicle for a return pick up from Johore Bahru causeway.(Please add RM 200 extra for team building 

    and survival programs)
3. All rates are subject to 10% service charge and 4.5% e-commerce charge for payment by credit card..

WHAT TO BRING

1. Bathing suit
2. Joggers/Walking Shoes
3. Slippers/Flip Flops
4. Jumper / raincoats
5. Caps/Hats
6. Toiletries
7. Insect Repellent/Baygon
8. A Comfortable Backpack For Trekking
9. Torchlight / Waterbottles
10. Energy Giving Snacks/Chocolates
11. Deep Heat for muscle cramps (important)
DO'S AND DON'TS

1. Do Not Litter
2. Bring All Rubbish Out Of the Jungle
3. Do Not Damage Any Plants Or Trees
4. Do Not Make Excessive Noise
5. Stay Healthy. Do Not Take Unnecessary  Risks Like Climbing Trees Or Rocks.
6. Always Listen To Advise Given By Your  Guides.
7. Do Not Stay Away From The Group, You Can Easily Can Get Lost.
A Journal of Taman Negara Endau Rompin 
Endau Rompin - The 1st 4WD coach in Malaysia
The 1st 4WD coach in Malaysia
It was a very special adventure experience that I ever had. After having lunch in a Chinese restaurant, we parked our car nicely at Kahang town (RM5 per night), got on the first Malaysian 4WD coach and our journey began. It was a wet season, flooding news everywhere from Johore, Pahang, Terengganu and Kelantan. The water level has cross the river bank and the bridge surface. We have to get off and walk when the coach arrived bridges or slope ramp , to reduce the weight and to guarantee the safety of all passengers. The red soil becomes muddy and very slippy in rainy season. At the beginning we think that we may save RM60 (the return transportation fee between Kahang and Kampung Peta) if we drive our own car to the destination. Until then we just realize that it was impossible because even if you have your own 4WD jeep, unless you are a trained, experienced and expert 4WD driver, or you will get stuck deep into the mud, or worse, you have to throw away your lovely car. The journey takes 3-4 hours depends on the weather and the road conditions.

 
Endau Rompin Safari Camp (scenery looks like an oil painting)
Endau Rompin Safari Camp
(scenery looks like an oil painting)
Once we arrived the Endau Rompin Safari Camp, it's indeed a very nice camp, the camp owner Mr Yusof's family has already prepared some cookies and drinks for us. We have bonus welcome fruits:- durians and rambutans, since it was local fruits season. You can see durians and rambutans everywhere and you can also smell it in the air. We are accommodated in a fan chalet which has 3 beds, not big but clean and neat. Hanging around before having dinner, there is a fish pool and a very cute and tiny monkey in the backyard. A generator hut located 50 meters away from our chalet which will light up our room at night time but doesn't make too much of noise. You can see the river just behind the generator hut and according to Mr. Yusof, the river water looks very clear that you can also see the stone on the riverbed during dry season. The wind blew stronger and stronger and finally it brought the rain, we have had our dinner and watching Astro's HBO channel program - The Deep Blue Sea. It's pretty cool to watch such a movie in this kind of weather condition. I feel comfortable but a little bit cold because wore only a t-shirt and short pants.
 
Endau Rompin Upeh Guling Waterfall (uptream)
Upeh Guling Waterfall (uptream)
   Our adventure began in the second day morning. Due to the wet season, the water level is higher than ever and the stream flows rapidly, we were to wear the life jacket to avoid unexpected incident. After travelled along the Endau River on a longboat to the trekking staging point at Kuala Jasin, we walk in a drizzle and we saw a fresh footprints of a young, male tiger. We try to track the tiger but we were not the lucky one. Mr Yusof told us that we just have to keep quite and stay tuned when youfacing with the tiger.

 





Endau Rompin - A Rope Across Jasin River
A Rope Across Jasin River
   We arrived at Jasin River and took a little break there. The rope which tied across the river was hit by the stream and rebounding rhythmically. In normal condition we should wade across the river by holding the rope, but we don't do so in this strong rapid current. After crossing the river, Mr Yusof sprayed "Bygon" on our shoes to avoid leeches before starting trekking into the jungle. Leeches become very active in a damp condition. Fighting the leeches all way long in the jungle, I am not afraid of those little blood sucking creature anymore. Buy and wear leech socks for only RM3/pair if you really feel panic about the leeches bite. On the half way, Mr Yusof showed us the nepenthes plant that grows naturally in the tropical rain forest. I am wondering where can I buy this plant so that I can plant it at home to 'eat' mosquitoes.

 

 
Endau Rompin  - Our longboat stopped by a durian farm
Our longboat stopped by a durian farm
We were waiting for the lunch time while Mr Yusof and his workers were preparing lunch for us at Kuala Marong. Kuala Marong is a camp site and there are toilets and showers over there. After lunch we visited small waterfall at Upeh Guling and the bluetinted waters of Tasik Air Biru. The water at Tasik Air Biru was very clear though it was a rainy day. We swam there for about half an hours and back to Kuala Marong, preparing for paddling canoe down the Jasin River. If you like white water rafting, you might enjoy this activity, too. Canoeing ended at Kuala Jasin and we got on a 4WD to the longboat that waiting for us at Endau River. On the way back to the base camp, we smelt durians and stopped at a durian farm, some of us followed Mr Yusof to pick some durians. Then we ate some durians there. According to Mr Yusof, durian is more delicious if you have it in the farm. Anyway it was a special experience for me.
Endau Rompin - Tasik Air Biru (Blue Water 
                    Lake)
Tasik Air Biru (Blue Water Lake)


Endau Rompin - Kuala Marong
Kuala Marong
   Back to the base camp at Kuala Peta, I was shocked when I saw my shoes was bleeding. It seemed that someone has been a blood donor and I have stepped on a leech. Dead, revenged. We were not tired at all, dislike the Kuala Tahan National Park, it was really exhaustive. The night jungle trekking has been cancelled due to such a bad weather condition. I conscious that we are not as clever as Orang Asli when I try to puzzle out the string from a bow-like puzzler. I learned about 4 type of puzzlers there.
Endau Rompin - Puzzlers
Puzzlers
Endau Rompin - Upeh Guling Waterfall 
                    (downstream)
Upeh Guling Waterfall (downstream)


Endau Rompin - Nepenthes
Nepenthes
On the last day, we explored the Park headquarters and there are lots of herbal medicine, and a small zoo. You can easily differentiate the wild chickens and poultry chickens once you have been there. We bought some puzzler handicrafts as souvenirs at Orang Asli settlement and it doesn't cost us too much. Though their life is simple, they are very modern since most of them are using solar energy as their power supply.

   Endau Rompin is a very primitive natural preservation zone. Although we haven't been to the Trapped Crocodile Waterfall (Buaya Sangkut), and the weather was not in good condition, we still enjoy our trip very much. If you enjoy nature adventure trip, this National Park is the works of God that you can never miss.

Endau Rompin -  Valley View at Safari Camp
Valley View at Safari Camp


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