Giant Rafflesia Tour Important Information
Because of the scarcity of the Rafflesia in Cameron Highlands we no longer place this tour as available to book.
It is now a very rare occurance that the Rafflesia will bloom in Cameron Highlands and no one can be sure of the next occurance of the plant in bloom.
For those people determined to still see in their lifetime the Rafflesia in bloom in Cameron Highlands we will conduct private tours for select groups.
In order to gain the privilege of seeing this rare plant please fill in your contact details in the form on this page. We will contact you in the rare occurance of the Rafflesia blooming in Cameron Highlands.
We will register the names of the applicants and in the event of a Rafflesia bloom we will contact you in the order that we received your application to be listed.
When we contact you it will be short notice to visit Cameron for a rare viewing of Rafflesia, if your group cannot make the available dates for viewing we will move onto contact the next group.
A group should consist of eight people and it will be price on application (POA) if the tour goes ahead.
Important Note When Registering For A Rare Viewing Of Rafflesia
By filling the form you are registering a request to visit only, you will only pay any fee in the event of the date of any subsequent bloom being acceptable to your group
If you are lucky enough to get an opportunity to see Rafflesia in Cameron Highlands then read below what you can expect.
Your Rafflesia Adventure Begins
The journey begins with 45 minutes drive to the starting point and almost one and half to two hours of trekking through lowland Rainforest.
Our experienced guides will show you the safest routes to the latest rafflesia bloom.
Observe The Flora Of Cameron Highlands
Everyone will have the opportunity to observe the many types of medicinal plants, flowering plant, herbs, giant bamboo plants and giant wild ginger during the trail walk.
The rafflesia flower itself can grow over 1 meter in diameter and weigh up to 10 kilograms, it is a parasitic plant that has no roots or leaves and some say it has a slightly pungent odour.