In addition to birds, the jungle of Imubri is also the natural habitat of tree kangaroo, and cuscus possum.
The rainforest of Imubri is now open to tourists who are interested in rainforest, wild animals of New Guinea and birds. Those who want to go there have to be physically fit. The forest consists of very steep slopes and deep ravines. Visitors need to wear durable trekking shoes. We often walk along the ridge of the mountains, and climb steep slopes of the mountains with elevation up to 75 or even 80 degrees. In this case, visitors are highly advised to walk slowly and carefully.
- Portable folding/ dome tent
- Sleeping bag
- Mosquito net
- Biscuits, water and other kind of ready prepared food
- Camera with superzoom lens such as Nikon Coolpix P900 or other D-SLR camera with telephoto lens
- Insect repellent lotion