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June 2020

Mount Rinjani National Park on the Indonesian island of Lombok draws thousands of visitors each year, and for good reason. It is famed for its stunning scenery, and is of cultural and geological importance. Many visitors come to climb Rinjani’s 3726m / 12,224ft summit, whilst others content themselves with experiencing the forests and waterfalls of the lowlands. Mount Rinjani was recently awarded UNESCO Global Geopark status, in recognition of geological significance (more of that later).   Mount Rinjani Trekking Although this article touches on Mount Rinjani Trekking, if you are looking

The official Mount Rinjani Trekking Guide. Climbing a mountain can be intimidating, especially if it is in a different country where people speak a different language! We wrote the Mount Rinjani Trekking Guide to share years of experience safely guiding people up and down one of South East Asia's most coveted summits. Mount Rinjani is Indonesia’s second highest volcano, boasting surreal panoramic views as well as a diverse landscape, flora and fauna. In this article we cover the essentials – how to plan a trek, what to bring,

Mount Rinjani is a summit that draws thousands of outdoor enthusiasts to Lombok's shores every year. Usually climbed in two or three days, the 12,224 ft peak usually leaves trekkers tired but smiling! For more details about how to climb this iconic volcano, please check out our Mount Rinjani Guide. Many people coming to climb Mount Rinjani travel from popular Lombok tourist destinations such as the Gili Isles, Kuta, Sengiggi and Mangsit. These places are awesome in their individual ways, but it is worth considering spending some time in

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