Natural settings are fun for technological games. Most people are used to living in cities, with all the modern conveniences close by - such as paved paths to walk on, for one. Having to hack your way through untrodden forest or jungle is a very different experience, and one which can't easily be overcome with any technology less than automated forest clearing machinery. Not to mention that wherever you step is likely to be the home of some animal or other.
It's things like this that start to make hoverbikes look practical even in densely treed forests.
GM: What happened over there?
Leia: I grabbed Han's arm before he could raise his blaster.
Chewbacca: We still have the element of surprise. We should evaluate the situation and ensure they are incapable of sounding an alarm.
C-3PO: If we take them both out we could use the bikes to find another shuttle.
R2-D2: Yeah. I think I've got a pine cone stuck in my wheel assembly.
[SFX]: < nip-jing doop kazang whiree baba-pading >
Han: Chewie and I will take care of this. You stay here.
Luke: Quietly, there might be more of them out there.
Han: Hey... it's me!