Climbing Summit Rinjani via Sembalun village 2 days 1 night start on 1.156 m above sea level to crater rim Sembalun on 2.639m
Trekking Rinjani Via Sembalun
Trekking Rinjani Indonesia via Sembalun village in east Lombok ascent route to explore Mt. Rinjani start on 1.150 m. above sea level to crater Rim Sembalun 2.639 m, summit 3.726 m (2 days 1 night summit only for experienced hiker or who with good level of fitness), down to the lake and hot spring 2.000 m, up to crater rim Senaru 2.641 m then last day down to Senaru village 601 m.
Hiking Mount Rinjani Via Senaru
Hiking Rinjani via Senaru, North of Lombok ascent route to explore Mount Rinjani, starting from Senaru village 601m. asl to crater Rim Senaru 2.641m, down to the lake and also hot spring 2.000m (2 days 1 night crater rim Senaru or 3 days 2 night to the lake suitable for beginner hiker), up to crater rim Sembalun 2.639m, climb up to summit 3.726m, and last day down to Sembalun 1.150 m.
Hiking Rinjani to Crater rim Senaru 2 days 1 night program start on 601m above sea level at Senaru village to crater rim
Hiking Rinjani to Segara Anak lake 3 days 2 nights via Senaru village on 601m to crater rim Senaru, lake, hot spring and
Hiking Mt Rinjani to Lake and summit 4 days 3 nights via Senaru village on 601m, to crater rim Senaru, lake, hot spring,
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Trekking Mt. Rinjani (The Right Way!)
If I haven’t convinced you already, book your trek with Jou Trekking to:
• know you will be safe and in good hands
• be able to ask questions and get the real answer (not just what they think you want to hear)
• have good/enough food
• have a comfortable bed
• support a trustworthy local’s business
• because literally everything is included in the price
Have you trekked Mt. Rinjani? What was your experience like?