Frequently Asked Questions !
Weather in this region can be sunny, hot and very humid during the day with temperatures in the range of (28℃ – 34℃) followed by very heavy but short rain downpours usually in the afternoon. A raincoat would be very useful and umbrellas are also available in each chalets.
As Tabin is a rainforest reserve, you can expect wet and muddy terrains during the jungle treks. Therefore the best foot wear are water proof trekking boots. If you are already travelling and only have normal trekking boots, the reserve also provide wellington boots (provides better grip when trekking through the wet and muddy trails) in different sizes for jungle trekking at no extra charge if you are not keen to get your own hiking boots wet and muddy.
For the walks between their chalets to the restaurant and other common areas, they have the wooden walkaway for your convenience, hence sandals or normal shoes with good grip are fine.
It is an advantage of having your own guide as you have the flexibility to plan your own activities according to your interest in wildlife or mother nature without the need to wait for other people because of sharing guide.