Endau Rompin National Park is located in South of Pahang.
The park spans 870 square kilometers of rainforest and is made up of waterfalls, rivers, plants and animals.
In case you were wondering, the park takes its name from the Endau river, which flows through the southern part of Johor, while the Rompin river flows through the northern part of Pahang to enter the park.
National parks provide ecological shelters for some of the rarest and most unique animal species:
The almost extinct Sumatran Rhinoceros
- wild boar
The weather in the area is hot and humid, with temperatures ranging from 25°C to 32°C. Rain is expected in the park from mid-December to January.
As you can see, this is the perfect camping trip, allowing you to truly experience life in a truly deep natural rainforest, without any form of Internet or mobile signal, and away from your daily urban life.
Things Can Do In Endau Rompin National Park
Jungle Trekking, Hiking & Mountain Climbing
Once inside the Endau Rompin rainforest, a guided tour gives you the chance to find hidden gems in Endau Rompin, with spectacular waterfalls mixed in a series of easy intermediate paths that vary in difficulty depending on your fitness level.
There are also several mountains in the park, such as Gunung Janing or Gunung Tiong, which can be climbed for spectacular views.
Camping & BBQ
Endau Rompin has a number of camping sites, one of which is only 10 minutes away from Kg. Peta to places that require a hike of more than three hours. All basic requirements for cooking and camping are provided.
Orang Asli Tradition & Culture
Explore the Orang Asli way of life and how they survive in the jungle without any help from technology.
They will show you how they hunt with piping, how to make traps, how to cook over a fire, how to cook without matches, and will show you herbs and plants that you can use to survive.
River Wading & Waterfalls
Bathing in rivers and waterfalls is one of the activities after a tiring hike. The waterfalls from Upeh Guling to Buaya Sangkut are fascinating bathing spots.
The use of water pipes along the river is also one of the most popular activities in Endau Rompin National Park.
Some of the best fishing spots are at Sungai Kinchin and Sungai Kemapan in Endau Rompin. It is best to come from February – April and June – August as this is said to be the fishing season.
Due to the nocturnal nature of some wildlife, the best time to see it is at night. Night walks or biking can be done in Endau Rompin National Park.
It is also one of the most popular activities for guided Tours. Night hunting using four wheel drive is also available upon your request.