Mount Rinjani

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Mount Rinjani is reopened for climbing up to rim of Segara Anakan
An earthquake in July 2018 destroyed tracks in a landslide, but Mount Rinjani is now reopened for climbing up to the rim of Segara Anakan, from the south of Mount Rinjani through Air Berik Village.

Mount Rinjani (Gunung Rinjani) is an active volcano and a national park in Lombok and one of the largest mountains in Indonesia. On a clear day you can see breathtaking views from the summit. The trek to the summit usually takes about three days and highlights include the crater lake Segara Anak, and the natural hot springs there.


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