With our guide, porters are experienced as well as the good quality of the equipment, we are sure we can make an memorable trip for our guests.
All our packages is include with one night stay in a good accommodation a day before the hike, and visit to the waterfalls in Senaru village (if you arrive minimum 1h before sunset).
Might to See
Over 20 villages surround Mount Rinjani and there are many routes up the mountain, but the main access is from Senaru in the north and Sembalun Lawang to the east.
Gunung Rinjani national park lies within the major transition zone (Wallace) where the flora and fauna of south East Asia makes a dramatic transition into that which is typical of Australia. The park has a rich variety of plants and animals, although they can be hard to spot due to the terrain and rainforest cover.ReadMore
The park covers an area of 41,330 ha on the northern part of Lombok. Named after Indonesia’s second highest volcanic peak outside of West Papua, the peak of Gunung Rinjani (3,726m) dominates the landscape. Within the crater is the spectacular Segara Anak lake and the still-active volcano Gunung Baru (2,363m).ReadMore
Trek to Brings
Here you can check what you need to brings as your daypack while the hike.ReadMore
Best Time To DoMt. Rinjani is open for any activities trekking during the April-November dry season. The trekking trails are generally closed during the rainy season. In recent years the early months of the ‘dry season’ have become more prone to rain and you should be prepared to encounter heavy rain and low visibility with slippery tracks underfoot at any time, particularly in the afternoon.
It gets very cold on the mountain above 2,000 m and nears freezing at the summit. Warm clothing is an absolute must.