Mount Rinjani Trekking with experience Guide

Climb Mount Rinjani is one of best Hiking in Indonesia

Climb Mount Rinjani is one of best Hiking in Indonesia

Mount Rinjani Hiking Treks 3726 M
For the more adventurous trekker, this route includes Mt. Rinjani’s summit (3,726m) in Gunung Rinjani National Park, the second highest volcanic peak in Indonesia. The trek starts from Sembalun Lawang, ends in Senaru, and includes the crater rim, Crater Lake, hot springs and caves.

early morning reached to summit of 3726m

early morning reached to summit of 3726m

Itinerary Planning
Day 1  Mataram Airport – Senaru Village (D)
You will be picked up by coach from Airport and drop you to Senaru East of Lombok for about three hours drive and check in the accommodation. After dinner you will get briefing from your guide explains the route details, local traditions and what you might see, and the rubbish management and safety procedures then also introduce you to your porters. Stay overnight at Homestay.

Day 2 Sembalun Village – Plawangan Sembalun (B,L,D)
in the morning after breakfast drive to Sembalun for Register at the Rinjani Information Centre (RIC) in Sembalun Lawang (1,156m), arrange National Park entry tickets. trek starts from Sembalun Lawang with a gentle ascent walking through open grassland used as cattle grazing by local people. Resting at Pos I Pemantauan (1,300), after about three hours from Sembalun we reach Pos 2 Tengengean (1,500m) enjoying the beautiful views of Mt. Rinjani’s summit (3,726m). After another hour’s ascent to Pos 3 Pada Balong (1,800m), we start the steep 3.5 hour climb amidst the pine-like Casuarina species locally known as Cemara, perhaps seeing evidence of wild pigs and the long-tailed grey macaque monkeys to the camp site at Plawangan 2 Sembalun crater rim (2,639m), overnight at Tents

Our Tents for private tour for climb Mt Rinjani, Indonesia

Our Tents for private tour for climb Mt Rinjani, Indonesia

Day 3 Mt Rinjani Summit 3726 m – Segara Anakan Lakes (B,L,D)
A 3 am start is necessary for the hard three-hour climb to the summit (3,726m) on volcanic screen. Once there, enjoy proud feelings of satisfaction and the amazing sunrise views across the Wallace Line to Bali, Mt. Agung and Sumbawa, and down to the lake Segara Anak (2,000m) within the Rinjani crater. Mt. Baru (2,351m) is an island in the lake and an active volcano, last erupting dramatically in 1994. Return down the ridge passing numerous edelweiss plants bunga abadi to the crater rim camp for a well-deserved breakfast. It takes two to three hours down the steep trail to the Crater Lake and Day 2’s camp. The rest of the day is spent relaxing, swimming in the lake and exploring the caves and pilgrimage hot springs, believed to have healing powers.  Overnight at Tents

Day 4 Segara Anakan Lakes – Senaru Village – Sengigi(B,L)
After breakfast leave the lake and climb for two hours up to Plawangan 1 Senaru Crater Rim (2,461m). After lunch enjoy the views of the lake from the other side, relax, explore and await the sunset. If the wind is cold, you may prefer to descend two hours to Pos 3 Mondokan Lokaq and camp in the more sheltered forest. After lunch continues descend down the long trail to Senaru village (601m), through thick tropical forests rich in flora, bird life and a variety of butterflies. You might see orchid and, if lucky, the rare black ebony leaf monkey, known locally as lutung. Rest stops are taken along the way, with village stories and local legends related by your guide. Features include the Batu Penyesalan stone and banyan tree bunut ngengkang that looks like someone standing with their legs apart. After seven hours walk from the rim, (or five hours from Pos 3 Mondokan Lokaq), the trek ends at Rinjani Trek Centre at the road head in Senaru. Then continue for transfer to Sengigi Beach to your Hotel
End trip.

COST :  Price by Pax / Person
Please contact to ndesoadventure@gmail.com

Include:
*  Accommodation and meals as program with BLD Conditions
*  Local guides
*  Land Transportation
*  Entrance fee to Gunung Rinjani National Park
*  Camping and cooking gears
*  Porters Team
*  Nature, culture and traditional preservation financial contribution
*  Government tax

Excluded:

* Personal health / medication and baggage insurance
* Donation and Conservation Fee
* Tipping and any personal allowance.
* Private Porter
* Soft drink, Snack, etc
* Accommodation before and after the program

WHAT TO WEAR / BRING
*  Comfortable trekking shoes
* Windbreaker / jacket, sweater, gloves, ear cover
*  Flesh light
*  Sun block lotion
*  Insect repellent
*  Cameras / video camera, binocular
*  Personal toiletries
*  Personal medicines

All itineraries and Prices are subject to change without prior notice.

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