4 Days and 3 Nights hiking and camping trip to Mount Tahan also known as Gunung Tahan with height at 2,187m above sea level is the highest point in Peninsular Malaysia. It is located within the Taman Negara national forest, in the state of Pahang. The mountain is part of the Tahan Range in the Tenasserim Hills and is popular with local climbers.
Tour price per pax: RM280.00 Deposit RM100
Refund policy: –
– Event cancellation by OHANA
**Full refund – 100% of the amount paid is returned to the payer.
– Event cancellation by natural disaster
**Full refund if cancellation before trip.
**50% will be refund back if cancellation during event.
– Registration cancellation by participant
**50% will be refund back if cancellation 1 month before trip.
**No refund for trip if cancellation within 1 month trip.
**50% refund if have replacement within 7 days cancellation.
– Time limit
**Refund can only be issued 14 days after event.
10.00pm- Heading to R&R Merapoh, arrive and rest.
6:30 am – Gather, ration distribution, breakfast and move to Sg. Relau Forestry Office.
8:00 am – Registration, belongings declaration, breifing by guide and move to Kuala Juram by 4×4 vehicles.
11:00 am – Final check and start tracking to Kem Kor.
1:00 pm – Arrive at Kem Kuala Luis, lunch and rest, continue tracking.
4:00 pm – Arrive at Kem Kor, campsite setting, overnight.
6:30 am – Breakfast, repacking, briefing and start tracking to Bukit Botak.
1:00 pm – Arrive at Kem Berlumut, lunch.
4:00 pm – Arrive at Kem Botak, campsite setting, overnight (sunset view).
4:00 am – Summit attack.
6:00 am – Peak, group photo and enjoy sunrise.
8:00 am – Start descend.
9:00 am – Bukit Botak, repacking and descend to Kem Kor.
1:00 pm – Bukit V water point, lunch.
5:00 pm – Kem Kor, campsite setting, overnight.
6:30 am – Breakfast, repacking, briefing and descend to Kuala Juram.
1:00 pm – Arrive at Kem Kuala Luis, rest.
4:00 pm – Arrive at Kuala Juram and 4×4 vehicles to forestry office, belongings declaration.
5:00 pm – End
Tentative above is only for reference and can be change based on situation during the trip. The organizer deserves the right to change the tentative if conditions are insecure and dangerous for climbers.