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YOUR CHECK LIST

 Decent clothes, Extra set of dry clothes to wear back to KL, Extra pair of sandals or shoes, Personal toiletry articles

In the jungle
 1 set of trekking attire, dull coloured T-shirt and long pants (No jeans, please), 1 pair of trekking shoes with long football socks (upon advance request, we can supply you excellent trekking shoes -  between sizes 37 to 42 only), 1 pair of sandals to wear at the campsite, 1 set of dry wear for the campsite, Sleeping bag OR light blanket, Small AA size flashlite, Personal medicine (Bandaid, ointment, pain killers etc), Personal toiletry articles, Small point & shoot camera with extra batteries, Large Black rubbish bags, and most importantly,  

 A GOOD SENSE OF HUMOUR

 

Prices quoted are per person Adult in Ringgit Malaysia (RM) 

and in US Dollars (US$)

 

Destination ~ Learn - primary jungles, navigation, Make - shelters, fuel, trails, edible/ medicinal leaves, containers, start fires, and other

3 Days Ulu Cheh Eco Park Survivor Trek

Ref. No

A3/25

Outbound From

RM 570 / USD 156

Kuala Lumpur

Jungle Survival Course Trek

Location - Jungles of Perak

Pre-Day/Night 1

Begin at Pudu Raya bus station 30 mins B4 departure of 10.30 pm. Departure using a Bus heading towards Changkat Jering on the North-South Highway.  

Arrival Base Camp (BC) in Kg. Ulu Cheh 2.30am - immediate distribution of equipment and food rations. Male and female participants sleep in separate quarters.

Wake up call @ 7-00 am - light breakfast provided - Trek begins @ 8-30 am passing village houses, rubber plantations, fruit orchards and secondary forests.

Things to learn, record and practice along this trail B4 entering the lowland primary jungles:

- Making water bottles from Bamboo
- Identifying/collection of edible/medicinal leaves, " Tepus " ", Senduduk " and " Selaput Tunggul "
- Fashioning ropes from " Barok " and " Kelemedu " tree barks to secure the bamboo water bottle
- Identifying drinkable wild vines " Mengkait " and " Mempelas "

- There will several fixed rest stops along the trail B4 stopping at Checkpoint Lima 1

- The next class will be starting fires using available natural resources.

- Participants are to start and maintain their own fire for signalling and lunch preparation and they are to cook boiling noodles and water.

- Skills in cooking/packing rice for dinner using wild leaves secured by wild vines will also be taught.

- Immediate departure for the first camp Bravo 1 Camp (BC 1)

- Participants are to carry water, as there is no water supply in BC 1.

- The trail enters into the wild " Bertam " forest. -

Upon arrival, participants are to immediately construct their own shelters using the leaves, branches and fronds of the " Bertam " tree as roofs, walls and sleeping mats.

- They will also be taught making light sticks using " Bertam " branches and leaves as a replacement for flashlights.

- For dinner, participants will be taught skills in cooking canned food and preserving it for several weeks in the jungle without it going bad.

- Followed by a short lecture on survival essentials in the jungles, skills in predicting weather without using any modern equipment and night signaling.

Second Day/Night

- Wake up call from the gibbons @ 7-00 am - the following practical classes will be held:

- Digging for food from the wild " Bertam " palm.
- Collection of " Damar " or dried saps from the " Meranti " tree as fuel and medicine
- Collection of dried wood to carry forward to the next camp. i.e. Kilo Camp (KC)
- Trail making skills through " Bertam " forest

- Departure for KC @ 12-00 noon with a stopover at Checkpoint Lima 2 for a short 15 minutes break.

- A class on identifying poisonous vines and plants will be done along the trail B4 reaching Checkpoint Lima 2.

- Possible arrival KC @ 4-00 pm with an immediate set up of the shelters, collection of firewood and starting/maintaining of fires organized by participants.

- KC is flanked by two running mountain streams with excellent washing and bathing areas.

- The waters are extremely clean, fit for washing and drinking.

- For dinner, educators will provide hot porridge and bread whilst participants are to boil their own drink. - There will be a discussion on the previous 24 hours' activities.

Third & Final Day

Wake up call from the gibbons @ 7-00 am -  Educators will provide coffee only
Departure back for BC @ 8-00 am whereby  educators will leave the group and the group tracks down signs left by their instructors.
Upon arrival at Bravo 3 Camp, there will be a short but solid discussion on the progress of every member of the group.  educators will pin point ONLY the weaknesses of each and every participant. Possible arrival BC @ 2 pm with local lunch provided. Departure for KL @ 5-20 pm and arrival KL @ 9 pm.
 

INCLUDES

* All meals during expedition * Expedition tools (tents/life jackets/rafts) * Instructors/guides  *  Return overland transfers by public express buses ex-Pudu Raya, Kuala Lumpur to drop off point in Bukit Gantang, Perak  *  Return overland transfers by chartered vans ex-drop off point to Base Camp in Ulu Cheh or Ulu Terong  *  Limited Group Personal Insurance Coverage provided by Prudential Assurance Berhad  

* Standard camping gear namely 45 L backpacks, mess tins, tents, food rations, machetes and trekking shoes (sizes between 36 to 42 only)
*  1 local breakfast & 1 local lunch meals at Base Camp in Ulu Cheh or Ulu Terong  *  Jungle Survival T-shirt @ RM 20.00 per unit (OPTIONAL)

NOTE

Friday nite departure EX-KL & arrival KL Sunday nite

No of People No of Guides
6 - 10 2
11 - 20 3
21 - 30 4
31 - 40 6

 

 

Destination ~ Learn - primary jungles, navigation, Make - shelters, fuel, trails, edible/ medicinal leaves, containers, start fires, and other

4 Days Ulu Cheh Eco Park Survivor Trek

Ref. No

A3/24

Outbound From

RM 750 / USD 203

Kuala Lumpur

Jungle Survival Course Trek

Location - Jungles of Perak

Pre-Day/Night 1

Begin at Pudu Raya bus station 30 mins B4 departure of 10.30 pm. Departure using a Bus heading towards Changkat Jering on the North-South Highway.

Arrival Base Camp (BC) in Kg Ulu Cheh @ 2-30 am - immediate distribution of equipment and food rations. Male and female participants sleep in separate quarters!

Wake up call @ 7-00 am - light breakfast provided - Trek begins@ 8-30 am passing village houses, rubber plantations, fruit orchards and secondary forests.

Things to learn, record and practice along this trail B4 entering the lowland primary jungles:

- Making water bottles from Bamboo
- Identifying/collection of edible/medicinal leaves, " Tepus " ", Senduduk " and " Selaput Tunggul "
- Fashioning ropes from " Barok " and " Kelemedu " tree barks to secure the bamboo water bottle
- Identifying drinkable wild vines " Mengkait " and " Mempelas "

- There will several fixed rest stops along the trail B4 stopping at Checkpoint Lima 1

- The next class will be starting fires using available natural resources.

- Participants are to start and maintain their own fire for signalling and lunch preparation (they're to prepare cook/boiling noodles and water)

- Skills in cooking/packing rice for dinner using wild leaves secured by wild vines will also be taught.

- Immediate departure for the first camp Bravo 1 Camp (BC 1)

- Participants are to carry water, as there is no water supply in BC 1.

- The trail enters into the wild " Bertam " forest. -

Upon arrival, participants are to immediately construct their own shelters using the leaves, branches and fronds of the " Bertam " tree as roofs, walls and sleeping mats.

- They will also be taught making light sticks using " Bertam " branches and leaves as a replacement for flashlights.

- For dinner, participants will be taught skills in cooking canned food and preserving it for several weeks in the jungle without it going bad.

- Followed by a short lecture on survival essentials in the jungles, skills in predicting weather without using any modern equipment and night signaling.

Second Day/Night

- Wake up call from the gibbons @ 7-00 am - the following practical classes will be held:

- Digging for food from the wild " Bertam " palm.
- Collection of " Damar " or dried saps from the " Meranti " tree as fuel and medicine
- Collection of dried wood to carry forward to the next camp. i.e. Kilo Camp (KC)
- Trail making skills through " Bertam " forest

- Departure for KC @ 12-00 noon with a stopover at Checkpoint Lima 2 for a short 15 minutes break.

- A class on identifying poisonous vines and plants will be done along the trail B4 reaching Checkpoint Lima 2.

- Possible arrival KC @ 4-00 pm with an immediate set up of the shelters, collection of firewood and starting/maintaining of fires organized by participants.

- KC is flanked by two running mountain streams with excellent washing and bathing areas.

- The waters are extremely clean, fit for washing and drinking.

- For dinner, educators will provide hot porridge and bread whilst participants are to boil their own drink. - There will be a discussion on the previous 24 hours' activities.

Third Day/Night

- Wake up call from the gibbons @ 7-00 am

- Our educators will provide coffee only

- The following practical classes will be organised @ 9-00 am:
- Primitive Jungle Navigation without using any modern navigation equipment 

- Trail making in lowland primary jungles 

- Signalling methods in the daytime

- Departure for the next and final camp, Bravo 2 Camp(BC 2)@ 3-30 pm

- Arrival BC 2 @ 4-30 pm
Participants will be required to
:
- Set up shelter  - Collect firewood  - Start & maintain fire for warmth, light and cooking.

- Our educators will do impromptu inspection every few hours to ensure that the shelters are built to certain specifications, fires are well maintained and the participants' safety ensured.

Fourth & Final day

- Wake up call @ 7-30 am
- Participants will assemble at educators' shelter @ 8-30 am for a group assessment of every participant's shelter location with final comments & tips.

- Depart back for BC @ 11-00 am and expected arrival @ 1-00 noon with light refreshments provided.

 - Depart back for KL @ 4-20 pm OR 5-20 pm by bus
- Arrival KL @ 8-30 pm

NOTE: When possible, we will try to add in more practical subjects depending on the participants' responsive attitude.

INCLUDES

* All meals during expedition * Expedition tools (tents/life jackets/rafts) * Instructors/guides  *  Return overland transfers by public express buses ex-Pudu Raya, Kuala Lumpur to drop off point in Bukit Gantang, Perak  *  Return overland transfers by chartered vans ex-drop off point to Base Camp in Ulu Cheh or Ulu Terong  *  Limited Group Personal Insurance Coverage provided by Prudential Assurance Berhad  

* Standard camping gear namely 45 L backpacks, mess tins, tents, food rations, machetes and trekking shoes (sizes between 36 to 42 only)
*  1 local breakfast & 1 local lunch meals at Base Camp in Ulu Cheh or Ulu Terong  *  Jungle Survival T-shirt @ RM 20.00 per unit (OPTIONAL)

NOTE

Friday nite departure EX-KL & Tuesday nite arrival KL

No of People No of Guides
6 - 10 2
11 - 20 3
21 - 30 4
31 - 40 6

 

 

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