Trekking Program Package Rinjani Mountain Lombok

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The Island of Lombok is situated just 35 kilometers from the island of Bali across the Lombok straight in the Indonesian archipelago, sitting 8 degrees south of the Equator with the most beautiful climate all year round . Many have compared Lombok as Bali’s little sister island and behind Bali by 30 years in development . Lombok is an island rich in its own cultures and traditions, not spoilt by commercialism and yet growing all the time. Developing a great tourism industry in its own way, without loosing the essence of the environmental features so intrinsic to Lombok.Noted for its beautiful unspoilt coastal areas and lush green mountain regions filled with wildlife Lombok offers you an experience seen., no where else in the world. Lombok the island itself is about a 200 km drive round trip. For a small Island it has definite regions so significantly different to each other. Senaru is Located in North part of Rinjani National Park and it's a gate for all the trekker to enter Rinjani National Park except Sembalun Lawangin the North east side. Senaru is about 980 meter from sea level with temperature during raining season is 32 degree Celsius during the day and 25 degree Celsius in the night time.Mt. Rinjani forms the second highest volcanic peak in Indonesia, part of celebrated “Ring of Fire”. The dramatic landscape has been created over millions of year of cone - building, violent explosions, and erosion. Forested slopes rising directly from the sea create their own weather pattern and act as water - collectors for the hole of Lombok. Mount Rinjani is an active volcano in Indonesia on the island of Lombok. It rises to 3,726 m (12,224 ft), making it the third-largest volcano in Indonesia. The first historical eruption occurred in September of 1847. The volcano, and its sacred, and spectacular Segara anak crater lake, are protected by a national park established in 1997. The 6 km by 8.5 km oval-shaped caldera is filled partially by a lake known as Segara Anak. The eruptions of 1994, 1995, and 1996 have formed a small cone in the center of the caldera and lava flows from these eruptions have entered the lake