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Rafting expeditions in a tropical climate are simply great. No need of thermal wetsuits as the water is lukewarm. Lush tropical jungle, wild rivers, bamboo campsites, Malaysian smiles and gourmet food, as well as the likelihood of spotting wild animals, should make the trip of a lifetime.
On every river expedition, we use strong hypalon self-bailing rafts and canoes. Adequate equipment such as life jackets and helmets are provided.
To carry the participant’s day gear, we use watertight containers which are always readily accessible when we make a break. The overnight packs, (restricted size) are stored in sturdy dry bags taken on the rafts.
Participants are required to wear a life jacket and helmet while on the rafts.
The adventure begins from Kuala Lumpur and will take us through a scenic off-road track, over looking untouched hill sides. The off-road trail is rated easy, although it may get hard when it rains.
This outing would be ideal get-a-way whilst spending time in natural environment. For outings, we conduct team activities where all staff we be able to interact with one another. Families with children are also encouraged to participate and the activities are not strenuous at all.
Set on the borders of Pahang and Johor in Southeast Malaysia, Endau-Rompin National Park is made up of a lush, pristine tropical rainforest. Covering an area of 48,905 hectares (800 sq. km), it is the second largest national park in Peninsula Malaysia after Taman Negara and has been upgraded to a national park in 1980s. With rock formations dating back some 248 million years, Endau-Rompin is mostly hilly with some prominent sandstone plateaus. It also happens to be the watershed of several rivers such as Endau River, Selai River and Jasin River.
This two-century old extensive lowland forest is home to several rare and endangered species. In 1985 and 1986, a scientific expedition identified 25 new species of plants within the area. Scientific interest aside, Endau-Rompin National Park is the perfect haven for adventure seekers. Its numerous legends and myths handed down through the years add to its overall appeal.
Among other things it also contains the granite massif of Mt. Kinabalu at 4,095 metres, which is South East Asia's greatest challenge to climbers and its the highest peak in South East Asia.