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Mount Gede Pangrango

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Mount Gede Pangrango National Park is a national park in West Java, Indonesia. The park is centred on two volcanoes—Mount Gede and Mount Pangrango—and is 150 km² in area.

It evolved from already existing conservation areas, such as Cibodas Botanical Gardens, Cimungkat Nature Reserve, Situgunung Recreational Park and Mount Gede Pangrango Nature Reserve, and has been the site of important biological and conservation research over the last century. In 1977 UNESCO declared it part of the World Network of Biosphere Reserves.

Topography and ecology


The Javan trogon found in the national park, is an endangered species endemic to West Java

Mount Gede (2,958 m) and Pangrango (3,019 m) are twin volcanoes. The two summits are connected by a high saddle known as Kandang Badak (2,400 m). The mountain slopes are very steep and are cut into rapidly flowing stream, which carve deep valleys and long ridges.

Lower and upper mountain and subalpine forests are within the park and have been well studied. To the north of Mount Gede is a field of Javanese Edelweiss (Anaphalis javanica).

The park contains a large number of species known to occur only within its boundaries, however, this may be a result of the disproportionate amount of research over many years.

Flora and fauna

Gunung Gede-Pangrango is inhabited by 251 of the 450 bird species found in Java. Among these are endangered species like the Javan hawk-eagle and the Javan scops owl.

Among the endangered mammal species in the Park there are several primates such as the silvery gibbon, Javan surili and Javan lutung. Other mammals include Javan leopard, leopard cat, Indian muntjac, Java mouse-deer, Sumatran dhole, Malayan porcupine, Sunda stink badger, yellow-throated marten, and Bartels’s rat.

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Max 13 person/Team

Mount Gede Pangrango via Putri Entry Gate 


✅ Transportation Full AC Jkt-Basecamp Entry (round-trip)

✅ BBM, Tol, Driver, Parking

✅ Entrance Permit Letter

✅ Profesional Guide (APGI)

✅ Local Porter (Tent and Logistic)

✅ Table and Chair (portable)

✅ Sleeping Pad

✅ T-Shirt Trip (Dryfit Jersey)

✅ Meals 3x (optional or customized)

✅ Custome Meals Support

✅ 4 person Tent Capacity

✅ Toilet Tent

✅ Cooking Ware

✅ Cutlery 

✅ Fruits

✅ Free flow Coffee, Tea or Milk

✅ Mineral Water

✅ First Aid

✅ Documentation

✅ Free Certificate

✅ Free 3 Souvenir shop destination (optional)


❌ Health letter

❌ Personal logistic and medicine

❌ Anything that doesn’t mention on include

NB : 25% of the profits from the trip, will be used to donate to the Indonesian Cancer Children Foundation (Yayasan kasih Anak Kanker Indonesia-YKAKI) / Orphans.

Hiking Opportunities



Visitors usually enter the park by one of the four gates of the park: the Cibodas, Gunung Putri, and Selabintana gates, all give access to the peaks; the Situ Gunung gate gives entrance to a lake area set aside mainly for family-style recreation.

Cibodas and Gunung Putri is the most popular entrance gate and is the site of the park’s headquarters. From Jakarta, the area is two hours drive.

Executive Transportation

Camera Friendly

Strong Tent

Profesional Guide (APGI)

Gede Pangrango

Enjoy this 18.3-km out-and-back trail near Cianjur, West Java. Generally considered a challenging route, it takes an average of 8 h 58 min to complete. This is a popular trail for backpacking, camping, and hiking, but you can still enjoy some solitude during quieter times of day. You’ll need to leave pups at home — dogs aren’t allowed on this trail.

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