Published by Tourism Malaysia, the brochure marks an initiative to increase the promotion of ecotourism destinations in Pahang, such as Kuala Tahan National Park, Kenong Rimba Park and Merapoh, which were affected by the flood last year.
The brochure contains seven attractively-priced holiday packages to ecotourism destinations in Pahang, which were developed with the cooperation of seven tour operators in the State.
Each package offers different activities to make it easier for tourists to choose the ecotourism destination that they want to visit based on their interests. Among the activities include rapid shooting, night jungle walking, and visiting villages of indigenous people, as well as other niche tourism activities, such as canoeing, cave exploring, and many more.
For instance, the “2D/1N Exclusive Camping” package offers participants a chance to experience a night in the Tentsile Tree Tent for only RM250 per pax with a minimum of eight pax. The “Real Inner Jungle” package is a 4D/3N tour to the Pahang National Park that costs RM550 per pax. It promises participants a unique experience, such as overnight stay in a cave. The “Kenong Rimba Park” package offers a 3D/2N tour of the Kenong Rimba Park which costs RM350 per pax.
The publication of the “Best of Panoramic Pahang Eco Packages 2015/2016” brochure is in line with Tourism Malaysia’s efforts to boost tourist arrivals to Pahang, besides leading the development of various ecotourism packages to be promoted domestically and internationally.