The 92,000-hectare Endau-Rompin National Park straddles across two states, on the south of Pahang and north of Johor, taking up about 48,905ha of land. Rich in flora and fauna, this lowland dipterocarp forest shelters wildlife such as the endangered Sumatran Rhinoceros, elephants, tapirs, tigers, wild boars, deer, monkeys, gibbons, sun bears, civets and binturong as well as the rare fan-palm (livistona endauensis). There are some 26km of jungle trails within the park, the most popular being the gruelling 16km trail from Kuala Jasin to Batu Hampar and Buaya Sangkut.
• Go jungle trekking, camping, bird watching in the rainforest
• Enjoy picnics by the waterfall
• Embark on a 4 x 4 off road adventure
• Savour the beauty of nature as you go on a river safari or white-water rafting trips
• Visit the friendly orang asli (indigenous people)