National Park Pahang protects one
of the most abundant and biologically
diverse eco-systems on earth. It is
a pristine, ancient wilderness covering
about 49,000 hectares of mostly undisturbed
lowland tropical rain forest in the
State of Pahang, East Malaysia.
Endau-Rompin National Park Pahang
is home to many unique species of
plants and animals. The oldest rock
formation of the Park's rugged forested
ridges, sandstone plateaus, river
valleys and spectacular thundering
waterfalls, date back more than 245
million years. The Park's botanical
abundance includes towering forest
hardwoods, rare fan palms, pitcher
plants, rattans, orchids and several
species of medicinal plants.
the wildlife in the Park are elephants,
rhinoceros, leopards, tigers, tapirs,
sun bears, deer and seladang (wild
ox) together with more than 270 species
of birds, including the distinctive
Rompin Travel & Tour Sdn. Bhd.
is a permanent expedition base camp.
It owns expert guides and comprehensive
tour equipment, located inside Endau-Rompin.
Provides unique fully guides and catered
for camping, trekking, fishing and
river based eco-adventures into the
unspoiled natural wilderness paradise
of the Endau-Rompin National Park