Sagaria Camp Site in Bunut Sub-District, Pelalawan
Not many travelers have heard about a camp site named Sagaria, which is located in Bunut Sub-District. It is because the government has not considered it as an official tourist spot so they don’t put an effort to promote it. Despite the fact, some tourists have recognized its potential especially to be a spot for camping. It is not only available for the locals, but outsiders are also allowed to enjoy the activity as long as they get the permission from the villagers. Also, they need to make sure no official events are being conducted there like Jamboree which is done by boy scouts.
The fact is that Sagaria is a name of a hill in Bunut Sub-District. The campsite, though, becomes the most famous tourist attraction there. It features a plain land that comes with an average size. Still, the campsite can accommodate many people either those who want to camp or explore the area. Another fact is the location is surrounded by lush trees and bushes, so people can conduct a small exploration there. Sometimes, the locals use the site to conduct an event apart from camping and jamboree, which are local festivals and performances. It is rare to see those attractions these days, though.
Exploring Sagaria Camp Site
Camping is the main reason for tourists to come to Sagaria Hill. They want to get away from the hectic daily routines and enjoy some games or beautiful nature. They also have the chance to try new activities that they never did before. On top of that, this can be done with their lovely families or friends. Sagaria Camp Site provides a perfect landscape to do such activity, after all. The thing is visitors must have prepared the equipment beforehand including the tent, ropes, foods, etc. No nearby facilities are available so they must be prepared.
Each person has a different activity preference when it comes to camping. In order to avoid boredom, they need to have some ideas to do games when spending time in Sagaria Hill. The best one is the card games because everyone can prepare the cards easily. Not to mention many variations of card games can be played in groups. This helps them bond with families or friends when camping, for sure. As an alternative, singing or play guitar is also recommended as it makes the nuance merrier.
As mentioned earlier, Sagaria Camp Site is surrounded by nature. That means tourists are allowed to get out the tent and wander in a nearby tropical forest. In fact, they can conduct several activities like bird watching, bug collecting, and picking fruits. At night, the most recommended activity to do is collecting fireflies. Another thing they must never miss is to set up a bonfire!
- Pelalawan City
- Tesso Nilo National Park
How to Get There
From Pekanbaru City, the trip may take about 2-3 hours depending on the traffic. The distance is 109 km, after all. Tourists can take advantage of Lintas Timur Street as it is considered the fastest route to reach the site. Once they get to Bunut Sub-District, they need to head to the foothill of Sagaria before heading to the campsite.
Where to Stay
- Sardella Hotel
- Lily Inn
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